Kherson

Manufactory shop

Description

The two-story building of the manufactory has an angular shape. Its corner opens the main entrance and a large balcony overlooking the street. As a conclusion, the dormer windows, representing three attics, are sculpturally made and come out of three different sides of the structure.

The two-story building of the manufactory has an angular shape. Its corner opens the main entrance and a large balcony overlooking the street. As a conclusion, the dormer windows, representing three attics, are sculpturally made and come out of three different sides of the structure.

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HISTORY

  • Its first owner was the merchant Ilya Markovich Totesh.
  • Departments of fur, silk, woolen, linen and paper fabrics functioned inside.

The Totesh dynasty store began its existence on April 20, 1854. Its first owner was the merchant Ilya Markovich Totesh. But he did not “reign” for long, having died in 1857 and leaving behind six sons.

His son Aaron Ilyich Totesh took over his post, who, while his father was still alive, had his own manufactory shop on the building's premises. Actually, he gave him a name. Departments of fur, silk, woolen, linen and paper fabrics functioned inside. Existing products were supplemented by new products from foreign and Russian factories. In 1874, another son’s store, D.I. Totesh, with wine, groceries and gastronomic goods.

At first, the floors were different in purpose: on the first there were shops, and on the second - Totesh families. In 1920, the building was nationalized and the family was evicted.

Further, the Palace of Labor, the bank on the second floor, the Sapozhok store on the first and the department store were just not there. As a result, the saga ended with the placement of a branch of the Kherson branch of Sberbank, which opened in 2012.

The Totesh dynasty store began its existence on April 20, 1854. Its first owner was the merchant Ilya Markovich Totesh. But he did not “reign” for long, having died in 1857 and leaving behind six sons.

His son Aaron Ilyich Totesh took over his post, who, while his father was still alive, had his own manufactory shop on the building's premises. Actually, he gave him a name. Departments of fur, silk, woolen, linen and paper fabrics functioned inside. Existing products were supplemented by new products from foreign and Russian factories. In 1874, another son’s store, D.I. Totesh, with wine, groceries and gastronomic goods.

At first, the floors were different in purpose: on the first there were shops, and on the second - Totesh families. In 1920, the building was nationalized and the family was evicted.

Further, the Palace of Labor, the bank on the second floor, the Sapozhok store on the first and the department store were just not there. As a result, the saga ended with the placement of a branch of the Kherson branch of Sberbank, which opened in 2012.

INTERESTING FACTS

  • By the fiftieth anniversary of the store issued a commemorative postcard and a silver medal with its image.
  • By the fiftieth anniversary of the store issued a commemorative postcard and a silver medal with its image.