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Abraham & Straus

Abraham & Straus

1 1893, Nathan Straus, Isidor Strausand Simon F. Rothschild as partners bought out Wechsler and Wechsler & Abraham dry goods firm became Abraham & ...

1995 disestablishments, clothing retailers of the united states, companies established in 1865, defunct department stores of the united states, private equity portfolio companies

Nathan Straus

Nathan Straus (January 31, 1848-January 11, 1931) was an American merchant and philanthropist who was to own two of New York City's biggest ...

history of israel, 1848 births, 1931 deaths, american businesspeople, american philanthropists, german immigrants to the united states, german jews, german-american jews

Abraham Abraham

Father was Judah Abraham, a native of ... Among Abraham Abraham's many notable descendants are grandson Donald B. Straus, an educator, author, and advisor;

american businesspeople, 1843 births, 1911 deaths, american jews, american philanthropists, people from brooklyn

Michael Gould (businessman)

Gould began his career at Abraham & Straus before leaving in 1978 to join Robinson's Department Stores in Los Angeles. ... He is a Sustaining Fellow of ...

american chief executives, columbia university alumni, living people, people from boston, massachusetts

Nanuet Mall

In 1994, it expanded to include Abraham & Straus, which became Stern's and finally Boscov's, before the latter closed in May 2008.

shopping malls in new york, nanuet, new york

A&S

A&S may refer to: Abraham & Straus, a defunct department store


Samizu Matsuki

Show * on Long Island, New York, and the Award of Excellence at the Abraham & Straus-Hempstead Art Show, "Long Island Art '74". for her explorations of ...

japanese painters, 1936 births, contemporary painters, living people, oregon state university alumni, postmodern artists

Wechsler

Joseph Wechsler (founder of the Wechsler & Abraham), see Abraham & Straus ... Arnold Wechsler (founder of Wechsler Ross & Partners) ...

german surnames, jewish surnames

S. Klein

Mills), more fashion aware than E. J. Korvette, and a more affordable option compared to traditional department stores like Macy's, or Abraham & Straus.

defunct department stores of the united states

Queens Center

Queens Center opened on September 12, 1973, on land previously ... The original anchors were Abraham & Straus and Ohrbach's, both now defunct.

buildings and structures in queens, macerich, shopping malls in new york city