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For sale at Woolworth, Kresge, and . . . Neisner?

The brothers Abraham and Joseph Neisner opened their first variety store in Rochester, New York in 1911. They incorporated the company in New York in 1916, by which time they had five stores, selling merchandise from 5 cents to one dollar.

The company prospered during the Depression, and by 1935, Neisner's had 103 stores in 63 cities in 16 states.[

Abraham Neisner died in 1933, whilst travelling aboard the SS Rex.

Hmm. Like Kresge, they brought out a large suburban version of their store: Big N. Don't know if it helped or hindered their inevitable fate. The chain went bankrupt in 1977.