We didn't have a lot of contact with Jim's family.My brother (who is the real genealogist) might have information on Charles, Robert and Dorothy; he'll check.
Jim and my grandfather Dick (Donald Oliver) bought the store from their father in 1924.Jim sold his share to Dick within a few years. Niederhauser Dry Goods was on Tusc.They had cloth, thread, socks and underwear, and at the back of the store shades and linoleum.Jim's kids might have worked at the store; at least one of Dick's unmarried sisters (I think it was Bertha) worked there into the 1950s or 60s. When Dick died in 1967, Grandmother sold the store.Soon thereafter, the new owner moved it to 34th NW and Cleveland Ave. NW.It was still there when we visited in 2005. I've got a good picture of it but don't know how to attach a picture here.The sign says "Niederhauser's Custom Window Treatments -- Since 1891. The old site of the store on Tusc was an empty lot at that time.