The tenement built in the XV century, rebuilt in the XVIII and XX century. It has been the seat of the bank since 1920. In 1907 the Polish People’s Bank started its activity in Gniew, which was founded by Paweł Tollik, Franciszek Czarnowski and Jan Antoni Klein. Until 1920, the bank’s seat was the house belonging to Paweł Tollik at Rynek 34 (currently the Grunwaldzki square).
Then, the bank has been moved to the tenement, in which it is located currently. Undoubtedly, Paweł Tollik was the person most associated with the institution, who acted as the manager, accountant, cashier and board member. He was involved with the facility for 29 years until he died in February 1936. After the war, on the initiative of Feliks Trampowski, the People’s Bank was reactivated in Gniew. The first post-war chairman of the supervisory board was Feliks Trampowski, and the board chairman and bank manager - Jan Ankiewicz.
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Urząd Miasta i Gminy Gniew
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