Tony Pinzone Interview, 20 July 2012

Tony Pinzone's family came to the United States from Italy around 1910 and has been operating stands there since at least the 1920s. He has worked at the Market since he was a teenager and in this interview describes some of the experiences that he has had at the Market, what his opinions about the current state of the Market and surrounding Ohio City neighborhood along with what he feels the future holds for both.

Participants: Pinzone, Tony (Interviewee) / Halligan-Taylor, Gabrielle (Interviewer)
Collection: West Side Market
Institutional Repository: Cleveland Regional Oral History Collection

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These interviews, conducted by students as part of a CSU Provost-funded Undergraduate Summer Research Award project led by Drs. Mark Souther and Mark Tebeau, supported commemoration of the West Side Market Centennial in 2012.