|Sept 1872||Samuel Star arrives in Denison, Texas.|
|Apr 25, 1874||Samuel Star & Emma Eppstein are married in the synagogue in St. Joseph, Missouri.|
|1877 - 1878||Max
Grundstein is partner with Charles Waterman & Samuel Star in
Waterman, Star & Co., 203 West Main Street, Denison, Texas|
- dry goods, clothing, gents furnishing goods. Max Grundstein is a boarder at the Alamo Hotel, Denison, Texas.
|1881||Original Star Store built at 129-131 West Main Street, Denison, Texas.|
|1887 - 1892||Waterman, Star & Co. moved to 129-131 West Main Street, Denison, Texas. Grundstein resides at 321 West Gandy Street.|
|1893 - 1894||The
store name changes to Star & Grundstein. Max Grundstein lives
at the corner of Gandy & Rusk Streets (301-307 West Gandy). |
Sam Star live at 229 West Gandy. The surname Waterman is no listed in the Denison City Directory.
|1896 - 1897||Star
& Grundstein store is still in operation. Max Grundstein
lives at 307 West Gandy. Sam Star lives at 231 West Gandy.|
|1898 - 1899||Star
& Grundstein store is still in operation. Max & Elizabeth
M Grundstein live at 307 West Gandy. Sam Star lives at 229 West|
Harrison & Fannie B. Tone live next door to the Grundstein's
at 311 West Gandy. W. B. & Mary Ella Munson also live on
|1899||Samuel Star dies.|
307 WEST GANDY
|1899 - 1900||Max Grundstein is manager of the "Golden Rule" Dry Goods Store - notions, shoes, etc. - at 203 West Main Street.|
The Golden Rule Dry Goods Store is owned by Henry Friedenheit (married) who boards at the Union Depot Hotel.
The Grundstein's still reside at 307 West Gandy.
|About this time, the residence at 307 West Gandy becomes the Denison Elks Club. The Denison Elks Club dates back to the|
century, occupying this location since 1905. A newer Denison Elks
Club building stands on the same site at 307 West Gandy.
Postcard is postmarked 1912.
|1901 - 1902||The following surnames & businesses are not listed in the Denison City Directory:|
Golden Rule Dry Goods Store
Henry Friedenheit is a traveling salesman for L. Eppstein & Son - wholesale liquors, wines, cigars.
He rooms at the A. H. Coffin residence, 516 West Gandy.
L. B. Eppstein is head of the Denison Elks Club.