Gibson Hall History #TBT

Gibson Hall was originally in 1862 was the National Provincial Bank of England, In 1968 the bank joined forces with Westminster Bank and from 1970 these two major institutions were merged into National Westminster Bank. When they decided to build a bank next door in 1980 the hall (open solely as a venue) was called National Westminster Hall but in the 1990’s the name was changed to Gibson hall as we now know it, after the builder Mr. John Gibson. #Thegibsonhall
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Old school image of Gibson Hall back in the Wow imagine if our banks were…

How amazing is this old picture from the elections in the 1900's #TBT @ThegibsonHall

Three suffragists casting votes in New York City “Calm about it. At Fifty-sixth and Lexington Avenue, the women voters showed no ignorance or trepidation, but cast their ballots in a businesslike way that bespoke study of suffrage.

Granted online banking is a lot easier, but how amazing does the hussel and bussel look? #thegibsonhall #TBT

Granted online banking is a lot easier, but how amazing does the hussel and bussel look?

Old school image of Gibson Hall back in the 1800's Wow imagine if our banks were like this now! #throwbackthursday

Old school image of Gibson Hall back in the Wow imagine if our banks were…

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