Wacław Anczyc(1866–1938) was a Krakow printer, historian, and social activist. He studied at the Jagiellonian University and the University of Leipzig, simultaneously gaining print-shop experience at Poeschel&Trepte. In his day, the Anczyc family printers became a modern company, the first in Galicja to have linotype, its own type foundry, and a book binding shop. Wacław Anczyc also gave life to a mandatory school for printing students in Krakow in 1908. His school continues to this day, under the name of the Zenon Klemensiewicz Print and Media School Complex. He was also active in the Polish Tatra Society.
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