|The Grossman Brothers "Gent's Furnishings Department," 1907
|When Issac Grossman died in 1925, he was remembered as "one of Waynesburg's leading citizens, interested in the welfare of the community and generous in his support of charitable causes."
|Lee Grossman managed the women's wear and dry goods departments while Isaac was in charge of men's clothing. Lee survived his brother by many decades, dying in 1953 at the age of 92.
|In 1907, Grossman Brothers was described as the largest business in Dry Goods, Carpets, Clothing, Gent’s Furnishing Goods and Ladies’ Suits ever carried on in Greene County. Ten clerks and assistants waited on customers.
|At the same time, Barney Grossman’s clothing store was half a block away at the corner of High and Washington Streets.
|Barney and Minnie Grossman built this yellow brick house at the corner of South Morris and West Lincoln Streets.
|In 1906, Isaac Grossman sold this house on East High Street, across from St. Ann Church, to A. P. Smith.