Montgomery Fair Company, Montgomery, Alabama











Montgomery Fair Company
29 Dexter Avenue
Montgomery, Alabama (1868)



Lower Floor
Housewares • Small Appliances  China  Paints  Toys  Sporting Goods

Street Floor 
Jewelry  Handbags  Belts  Scarves  Hat Box  Blouses  Sweaters  Leisure and Lounge Wear  Stationery  Luggage  Bakery  Men's Furnishings  Men's Shoes  Men's Hats  Men's Clothing  Boys' Clothing
Dexter Arcade Cosmetics  Gloves  Leather Goods  Hosiery  Umbrellas  Silverware  Records  Teen Town
Monroe Arcade Appliances  TVs  Stereos  Men's Work Clothes  Trend Shop

Mezzanine
Ladies' Shoes • Children's Shoes • Teen Shoes • Young Moderns' Shoes • Art Goods • Books • Luncheonette

Second Floor
Sportswear  Dresses  Daytime Dresses  Ladies' Suits  Ladies' Coats  Gold Room  Bridal Salon  Fur Salon  Millinery  Junior Dresses  Junior Sportswear  Junior Coats  Lingerie  Foundations  Beauty Salon

Third Floor
Piece Goods  Linens  White Sewing Center  Infants' Wear  Infants' Furniture  Tiny Tots' Wear  Girls' Wear  Credit Office  General Offices

Fourth Floor
Lamps  Pictures  Mirrors  Draperies  Bedding  Furniture
(146,000 sq. ft.)



Opelika
Ave. B & 8th Street


Eastbrook
April 11, 1957
64,000 sq. ft.

Montgomery Mall
1965




Coming in due Course






Personal Shopper: Miss Frances Fair




2 comments:

  1. As most of you know, Montgomery Fair was where Rosa Parks was working when she made her historic refusal to give up her bus seat and subsequent arrest on December 1, 1955.

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    1. Yes, Ms. Parks worked at the Downtown Location.

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