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Union Savings Bank of Boston


Historical Note

The Union Institution for Savings was founded in 1865 by Rev. John McElroy, S.J., with the assistance of local Catholic laymen. Especially in its early years the bank was patronized by Irish immigrants. In 1927 it became the Union Savings Bank of Boston. In 1968 the bank merged with the Warren Institution for Savings to become Union Warren Savings Bank.

Found in 1 Collection or Record:

Union Savings Bank of Boston records

Scope and Contents

Consists of scrapbooks, meeting minutes, account books, correspondence and related business and financial records of the bank. Also includes ledgers which provide information on the origin and occupations of depositors.

Restrictions on access

Collection is closed.

Dates: 1865- approximately 1958