Small Ethnic Credit Institutions in Baltimore, 1972

Schiavo Family Grocery Store, 1890, PP 219.23

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This oral history, OH 8029, consists of three interviews with officers of the Garibaldi Federal Savings and Loan Association, established in the 1920s to provide mortgages to poor Italian families. Topics include the organization of the company, its origins and history, and its connection with the Italian community.

An audio recording and transcript is available for each interview.

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