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History of FDIC - Other Historical Photos



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  Photo of the first deposit insurance check presentation to Mrs. Lydia Lobsiger Picture of lines at a bank closing circa 1935 Picture of a bank customer meeting with an FDIC claims agent - circa 1935 Picture of lines at a bank closing circa 1935
  Picture of lines at a bank closing circa 1935 The first Board of Directory of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation was sworn in at the Treasury Department, Washington, D.C., on September 11, 1933. Picture of a line of people at a bank closing circa 1935 Picture of a line of people at a bank closing circa 1935
  Picture of a line of people at a bank closing circa 1935 Picture of FDIC examiners closing a bank circa 1935 Picture of a line of people at a bank closing circa 1935 Picture of a line of people at a bank closing circa 1935
  Picture of a line of people at a bank closing circa 1935 Picture of a line of people at a bank closing circa 1935 Picture of FDIC examiners closing a bank circa 1935 On June 16, 1933, President Franklin Roosevelt signed the Banking Act of 1933, a part of which established the FDIC.
  Picture of a line of people at a bank closing circa 1935 Picture of a line of people at a bank closing circa 1935 Picture of a line of people at a bank closing circa 1935 Picture of a line of people at a bank closing circa 1935
  Picture of a line of people at a bank closing circa 1935 Picture of a bank building circa 1935 Picture of a line of people at a bank closing circa 1935
 


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