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6 comments:

  1. Hi. I'm trying to identify the department store interior seen here: http://www.dcestonian.com/baltimore/dept-store-x.jpg

    I'm guessing mid 1980s -- but I don't know where!?!

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  2. Given the height of the ceiling and the style of the building, I would venture to guess it was the Hecht Co., Howard & Lexington. Would you consider sending a higher resolution, non-watermarked wersion which I could post so as to share with visitors to this blog (bakgraphics@comcast.net). I will Also ask Michael Lisicky, an authority on Baltimore department stores.

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  3. Just wanted to let you know how fantastic I think your site is. Particularly love some of the redesigned elements (the directory of store exhibits, etc.) Appreciate all of the hard work and research that must have gone into this! Looking forward to seeing what else you've got in store for the site...

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  4. Thanks for all your wonderful work.... I can't seem to find any note of Goldblatt's in Chicago or Irvin's in Baltimore.. Thanks again

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  5. This site is very interesting, came across it while looking up a chair..This chair is driving me crazy...On the bottom it says, "JL Hudson Co, Detroit, MI." It's a 3 legged chair with a diamond shaped back..Any ideas on what it is called?? Any help will be appreciated, ty!

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  6. You should include on this site the now-defunct ('87) ENGLAND BROTHERS in Pittsfield, Mass. What a terrific, classy store. I'd visit that "big city" store as a child, riding my first elevator and escalator; visiting it from my nearby NYS home through the early 70's. When I relocated to NJ, I just happened on Hahne's department store in Newark, NJ. That wonderful distinctive, elegant, old department store scent greeted me as I entered, and I recalled England Brothers.

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