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Anthony V. Salvo (2/11/1928- 5/22/2017) was the first Italian-American mayor of Salem, serving three 2-year terms from 1984 to 1989.  
 
Anthony V. Salvo (2/11/1928- 5/22/2017) was the first Italian-American mayor of Salem, serving three 2-year terms from 1984 to 1989.  
  
He was a long-time teacher in the public schools, owned and operated a driving school. Along with his brothers,  
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He was a long-time teacher in the public schools, and owned and operated a driving school. Along with his brothers,  
  
 
he served for a time as a Salem policeman. He was married for 53 years to Lillian (Campbell).  
 
he served for a time as a Salem policeman. He was married for 53 years to Lillian (Campbell).  
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In retirement, he joined the Writer's Group at Salem's Council on Aging, where he wrote essays, some of which
 
In retirement, he joined the Writer's Group at Salem's Council on Aging, where he wrote essays, some of which
  
were published in the book,
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were published in the book, Personal Perspectives of a Changing Salem.
  
 
He was also a prolific artist whose paintings were exhibited in various places in Salem.
 
He was also a prolific artist whose paintings were exhibited in various places in Salem.
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Salvo also wrote a book on the history of French Canadians in the Castle Hill area of Salem in 2002.
  
 
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==See Also==
 
==See Also==
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[http://salem.noblenet.org/eg/opac/record/2073837?locg=63 History of French Canadians in Castle Hill Salem] Salvo, 2002

Latest revision as of 11:27, 13 June 2018

Anthony V. Salvo (2/11/1928- 5/22/2017) was the first Italian-American mayor of Salem, serving three 2-year terms from 1984 to 1989.

He was a long-time teacher in the public schools, and owned and operated a driving school. Along with his brothers,

he served for a time as a Salem policeman. He was married for 53 years to Lillian (Campbell).

In retirement, he joined the Writer's Group at Salem's Council on Aging, where he wrote essays, some of which

were published in the book, Personal Perspectives of a Changing Salem.

He was also a prolific artist whose paintings were exhibited in various places in Salem.

Salvo also wrote a book on the history of French Canadians in the Castle Hill area of Salem in 2002.

See Also

History of French Canadians in Castle Hill Salem Salvo, 2002