Depositors of the Union Trust Company, Cleveland, Ohio, USA, Great Depression, July 1933. Lining up to draw out what is left of their deposits. By the early 1930s, Cleveland's Union Trust Company was one of the largest banks in the US outside of New York. It was one of the victims of the series of panics that caused runs on many American banks in 1933 in the trough of the Great Depression.
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