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Jacques Kelly: Recalling the Great Depression 'holiday' that was no picnic for Baltimore banks

An empty bank building at the northeast corner of Charles Street and North Avenue is a landmark of a tattered financial history. The old Park Bank, once an institution popular with Baltimore savers and shoppers, was a casualty of Great Depression of the 1930s. Its failure — and the loss of millions…
Source: Sun

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