Powers, Minneapolis, Minnesota


A 1940s photo of Powers, stretching along Fifth Street
from Nicollet to Marquette Avenue.
Powers flagship store, dating from 1893 (left side)
and 1910 (right side) was modernized in 1937.
A view from Fifth Street shows the Marquette
Avenue side of Powers.



Powers Dry Goods Co.
Nicollet Avenue
Minneapolis, Minnesota


FEderal 2-2141
Basement
Downstairs Store  Lunchroom  Portrait Studio

First Floor
Fine Jewelry  Jewelry  Handbags  Leather Goods  Gloves  Belts  Neckwear  Hat Bar  Hosiery  Cosmetics  Drugs  Notions  Fashion Shoes  Better Shoes  The Spot  Gateway Sportswear  Gateway Lingerie • Stationery  Candle Market • Book Shop  Art Needlework  Fabrics  Bowl & Roll
Men's Shop Men's Furnishings  Men's Wear  Men's Shoes  Marquette Shop • The Stagg Shop

Balcony
Beauty Lounge

Second Floor
Sport Shop • Daytime Dresses  Home and Town Shop  Gateway Dresses • Moderate Dresses  Better Sportswear  Better Dresses  Coats  Suits  Savvy  Costume Shop  Brides' Shop  Fur Shop • Millinery  Lingerie  Foundations • Shape Shop  Robe Shop  Maternity Shop  Uniforms
The Place forJuniors Junior Dresses  Junior Sportswear  Junior Coats
Baby Shop  Childrens' Shop  Girls' Shop  Girls' Accessories  Preteens' Shop  Teens' Shop  Boys' Shop  Students' Shop  Toy Shop  Trim the Home Shop

Third Floor
Linens  China  Glassware  Silver  Gifts  Housewares • The Tastesetter Gallery  Major Appliances  TV, Radios, Stereos  Lamps  Pictures  Mirrors  Domestics  Bath ShopDraperies  Curtains  Spreads  Sporting Goods  Luggage

Fourth Floor
Furniture  Furniture Boutique  Sleep Shop  Rugs  Carpets  Employment Office  Credit Office  Executive Offices


Knollwood
St. Louis Park
Highway 7 at Texas Avenue
August 17, 1955
120,000 sq. ft.
Carnation Luncheonette
Highland Village
St. Paul
Ford Parkway and Cleveland Avenue
March 17, 1960
92,000 sq. ft.

Northtown
Blaine
October 12, 1972
130,000 sq. ft.
Carnation Room

Maplewood
1974

Eden Prairie Center
Eden Prairie
March 3, 1976
130,000 s.f.
The Prairie View Room
Burnsville Center
Burnsville
July 31, 1977


















3 comments:

  1. What was the young mens shop called within the dayton's department stores in the mid-to-late sixties?

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