Towarzystwo Kredytowe i Oszczędności dla Handlu i Przemysłu (Credit and Savings Society for Trade and Industry) – established on December 28, 1893 by Jewish merchants and craftsmen; only Jews could be its members. On average, it had about 260 members. The first board included Rafael Adler, Wolf Sandhaus, Szymon Weiss, Henoch Frenichel and Izaak Rosenbaum as well as two deputies: Alter and Schüssel. In time, the organization changed its name for Towarzystwo Kredytowe i Oszczędności dla Gospodarstwa, Handlu i Przemysłu (Credit and Savings Society for Economy, Trade and Industry) in Pilzno. Ultimately, it was dissolved in 1933 .[1.1]

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  • [1.1] Szczeklik Józef, Pilzno i jego dzieje, Pilzno 1994, pp. 107–108