Henry Morgan & Company., Ltd., Montreal, Quebec, Canada


Morgans facing Ste. Catherine Street and Phillips Square in Montreal

Morgan's ad illustration showing the 1960's addition at Bd. de Maisonneuve, Ouest.


Henry Morgan & Company, Ltd.
585 Rue Ste.-Catherine Ouest
Montréal, P.Q.



DOWNTOWN STORE DIRECTORY

Metro LevelCasse-Croute • The Gastronome • Bon Marché • Steinberg’s at Morgan’s

Main Floor
Jewellery Salon, Dept. 23 • Fashion Jewellery, Dept. 231 • Clocks and Watches, Dept. 107 • Cosmetics, Dept. 24 • Notions, Dept. 22 • Closet Shop, Dept. 22 • Handbags, Dept. 59  • Accessories, Dept. 301 • Hosiery, Dept. 19 • Leather Goods, Dept. 59 • Neckwear, Dept. 10 • Gloves, Dept. 20 • Main Floor Sportswear, Dept. 207 • Stationery, Dept. 18 • Cameras, Dept. 24 •Swiss Pastry Counter, Dept. 89 • Candy, Dept. 25 • Men’s Sportswear, Dept. 29 • John Stephen Shop, Dept. 47 • Men’s Furnishings, Dept. 28 • Men’s Shoes, Dept. 32 • Men’s Hats, Dept. 62 • Men’s Clothing, Dept. 45 • Men’s Tailoring, Dept. 30  • Campus & Career Shop, Dept. 47 • Coin and Stamp Collection

Fashion Floor - The Second
Dresses, Dept. 113 • Sportswear, Dept. 77 • Separates, Dept. 14 • Misses’ Knitwear, Dept. 435 • Cruisewear, Dept. 142 • Coats and Suits, Dept. 65 • Weatherall, Dept. 18 • Young Sophisticates, Dept. 112 • Fur Salon, Dept. 35 • Salon de Couture, Dept. 34 • Le Trianon, Dept. 125 • Designer Shop, Dept. 131 • Bridal Salon, Dept. 34 • Town and Country Shop, Dept. 80 • Alissa, Dept. 113 • Millinery, Dept. 43 • Lingerie, Dept. 44 • Corset Salon, Dept. 78

Third Floor
Fashion Shoes, Dept. 31 • Budget Shoes, Dept. 94 • Budget Coats and Suits, Dept. 92 • Budget Sportswear, Dept. 21 • Budget Dresses, Dept. 39 • Maternity Wear, Dept. 49 • Budget Lingerie, Dept. 84 • Young Canadians’ Shop, Dept. 67 • Girls’ Clothing, Dept. 70 • Boys’ Wear, Dept. 38, 63 • Infants’ Wear, Dept. 69 • Children’s Wear, Dept. 69 • Children’s Shoes, Dept. 81 • Teen-Hi Shop, Dept. 63 (Young Men) • Fashion Fabrics, Dept. 277 • Sewing Machines • Boutique de Noel, Dept. 37 • Ask Mr. Foster Travel Service • Post Office • Gift Wrapping

Fourth Floor
Silverware, Dept. 39 • China, Dept. 40 • Glassware, Dept. 74 • Crystal, Dept. 74 • Bar Accessories, Dept. 74 • Gift Shop, Dept. 15 • Decorative Fashion Accessories, Dept. 52 • Linens, Dept. 16 • Draperies, Dept. 46 • Major Appliances, Dept. 68, 73 • Housewares, Dept. 37 • Oriental Rugs, Dept 82 • Carpets, Dept. 48 • Toys, Dept. 35 • Service Department

Fifth Floor
Luggage, Dept. 27 • Antique Salon, Dept. 106 • Living Room Furniture, Dept. 98 • Patio Furniture, Dept. 98 • Piano Salon, Dept. 96 • Upholstery, Dept. 46 • Beauty Salon, Dept. 71 • The Trimmer • La Soupière

Sixth Floor
Sporting Goods, Dept. 36 • Gun Shop, Dept. 36 • Ski Shop, Dept. 36 • Camp Site, Dept. 36 • Unpainted Furniture, Dept. 90 • Regency Room Restaurant

Seventh Floor
Stereos and Televisions, Dept. 96 • Furniture, Dept. 51 • Books, Dept. 60 • Records, Dept. 91 • Le Buffet




BRANCH STORES

Snowdon (1950)
5343 Queen Mary Road

Sparks Street (1951)
Ottawa

Decarie Boulevard (1951)










Dorval Gardens (1954)









Centre Rockland (1959)






Centre Laval (1972)
110,000 sq. ft.










Place Versailles (1973)
135,000 sq. ft.










Place Vertu (1975)
121,000 sq. ft.
La Chaumine






Les Promenades St.-Bruno (1975)

6 comments:

  1. You have forgot the morgans at le boulevard shopping center open in 1953 corner of Pie-ix boul and jean-talon east. The store is still open and it the last real morgans branch in quebec. Beacause the dorval was rebuilt afert a fire in 1969, and the rockland store move in a new wing in 1983.

    Patrick

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  2. i got henry morgans putter co.limited columbia

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  3. There was a Morgans store in Toronto at Eglington Square. I remember it from about 1959, 1960.

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  4. I have some tearsheets of a few newspaper ads of Morgans 1962 in Hamilton. Figured they were of some value to someone, but how do I go about finding out?

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  5. An art book about Ste-Foy/Québec City indicates a presence in Place Ste-Foy in the first years
    Since 80s, HBC opens in Mail Champlain, Place Rosemère. The stores at Vertu ( relocation of Zellers, Target after ) and Versailles closes.
    In Toronto, they were also on Bloor, Cloverdale, Lawrence and The Centre in Hamilton

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  6. According to RioCan REIT, the Hudson's Bay (formerly Morgan's) store in Montreal is 655,396 square feet.

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