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Scoring some awesome stuff from vintage Sears! I totally remember when Sears looked like that! My Childhood Memories, Sweet Memories, Family Memories, Vintage Advertisements, Vintage Ads, Vintage Stuff, Vintage Stores, Vintage Photos, Vintage Items

17 photos show the meteoric rise and fall of Macy's, JCPenney, and Sears

Iconic department store chains that once ruled the American mall have announced hundreds of location closures in the past year.

Sears at Northridge Mall, my first job Abandoned Malls, Abandoned Places, Northridge Mall, Dead Malls, Haha, Mall Stores, Nostalgic Images, San Fernando Valley, Ideas

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Photos from the Lexington Herald-Leader archives updated daily Reflective Journal, Dead Malls, Capital Of Canada, 90s Stuff, Mall Stores, Valley Girls, Retro Advertising, 80s Party, Shopping Malls

Fayette Mall, 1998

Karla Morton, left, and Gerri Wray, both 22 year old University of Louisville students, shopped at the Gap, May 13, 1998 inside Fayette Mall. The Gap is still at the mall, but the store to the left, Lechters Housewares went out of business in 2001. Photo by Charles Bertram | staff

The First Loblaws grocery store, 511 Yonge St., in 1910 Toronto,Ontario Photos Du, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Toronto Architecture, Canadian Things, Yonge Street, Toronto Ontario Canada, Canadian History, Department Store

What grocery stores used to look like in Toronto

Following the popularity of my vintage gas stations post of a few weeks back, my latest in my archival adventures involves another urban element wi...

Aerial of the Ottawa Exhibition ca. Canadian Forest, Capital Of Canada, Canadian History, Funny Slogans, Photo Archive, Ottawa, Historical Photos, Getting Old, Old Photos

Aerial of the Ottawa Exhibition ca. 1970

Explore Ross Dunn's photos on Flickr. Ross Dunn has uploaded 19846 photos to Flickr.

Aerial of the Ottawa Exhibition ca. Canadian Forest, Capital Of Canada, Canadian History, Funny Slogans, Photo Archive, Ottawa, Historical Photos, Getting Old, Old Photos

Aerial of the Ottawa Exhibition ca. 1970

Explore Ross Dunn's photos on Flickr. Ross Dunn has uploaded 19846 photos to Flickr.

Ottawa is the capital city of Canada. It stands on the south bank of the Ottawa River in the eastern portion of southern Ontario. Capital Of Canada, Capital City, Rare Photos, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Canadian Forest, Ottawa River, Ottawa Ontario, Canadian History

Rideau St. 1898 looking west.

Parliament Hill in the background. Photo of the north side of the street.

The grande dame of Ottawa movie theatres. Bank and Queen, 1953 Gone since Capital Of Canada, Capital City, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Movie Theater, Ottawa, Back In The Day, The Neighbourhood, Old Things

Capitol theatre, Ottawa

The grande dame of Ottawa movie theatres. Gone since 1971. This photo was probably ca. 1952.

Rialto Theatre, 1974 on Bank Street near Gladstone Avenue Vintage Movie Theater, Vintage Movies, Capital Of Canada, Capital City, Rialto Theater, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Smoke Shops, Prince Edward Island

Rialto Theatre, 1974, at Florence and Bank Streets

The theatre Ottawa loved to hate endured long after many finer ones

 Clarke, Max Keeping, not sure who the lady is and Brian Smyth Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Capital Of Canada, Heartstrings, Photo Archive, Ottawa, Ontario, Places To Go, Lost

J.J. Clarke, Max Keeping, not sure who the lady is and Brian Smyth

The Ottawa Exhibition in its heyday. Here is an aerial shot of the Ex crawling with customers on a busy day in summer, Capital Of Canada, Photo Archive, Ottawa, Ontario, Vintage Photos, City Photo, Backyard, Urban, History

Central Canada Exhibition Association 1930

The Ottawa Exhibition in its heyday. Here is an aerial shot of the Ex crawling with customers on a busy day in summer, 1930.