Groussman's Store was located at 906 Curtis Street in Denver, Colorado. Built in 1906 by Albert and Bella Groussman. Today it is located on the Ninth Street Historic Park on the Auraria Campus.
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File — Folder: B112.03.0002
Overview (2) identical 9th St. Historic Park "Preservation in Progress" Posters produced by Historic Denver Inc. The building on the lower right is Groussman's Store. Gorussman's was a Jewish run grocery store and the family lived on the second floor above the store.
Overview Exterior of Groussman's store in Denver, Colorado. The store is situated at the end of the sidewalk in the center of the photograph and is a red brick building with a striped awning.
Overview Exterior of Albert and Bella Groussman's grocery store, now known as the "Mercantile Cafe," on the 9th Street Park, Auraria Campus, Denver, Colorado. The store is situated behind the parking lot, just to the right and back of the orange Volkswagen Beetle.
Overview Exterior of Albert and Bella Groussman's grocery store, now known as the "Mercantile Cafe," on the 9th Street Park, Auraria Campus, Denver, Colorado. The store is situated behind the parking lot, on the right center of the image. There is a striped awning visible.
Scope and Contents File contains newspaper clippings of articles from the series "Out of the Past" in the Intermountain Jewish News by Mike Zelinger. This series was published throughout 1976, as part of a centennial series for Colorado's 100 year anniversary of becoming a U.S. state. Articles are about different facets of Denver Jewish life, and sometimes focus on individuals or groups.