Grant I. Rosenzweig was born September 15, 1856, in
Erie, Pennsylvania. He lived there through the days of his
boyhood, attending the public and high schools, and afterwards
prepared for Yale. He was graduated from the great New Haven
institution in 1887, and soon afterwards came out to Kansas City.
While in Yale, Mr. Rosenzweig took a partial
law course, and completed this by study in a local office. He
was admitted to practice in 1889, and refusing to ally himself with
anyone, the young lawyer flung his shingle to the breeze.
He continued to practice alone until 1892,
when he formed a partnership with Fred Doggett under the firm name of
Doggett & Rozenzweig, which continued until 1894, when it was
dissolved by the death of Mr. Doggett. Since that time Mr.
Rosenzweig has been practicing alone.
He married Miss Mathilde Rosenberger October
Mr. Rosenzweig is a member of the Progress
Club, is a Mason, and also belongs to the A. O. U. W. He was
also one of the leading spirits in the organization of the Yale Alumni