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Shopping Mall Onesies

Tags: logo, defunct, retro, 80s, retail

Tags: logo, defunct, retro, shopping, 70s

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Shadowing. Choose color accordingly please.

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Tags: logo, retail, vintage, defunct, retro

Tags: logo, retail-stores, retro, defunct, 70s

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There is considerable shadowing. Please choose color accordingly.

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Tags: logo, ohio, akron, mall, vintage

Tags: logo, akron, mall, ohio, 90s

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The original source had a creme background that I could not fully erase from the very intricate lettering. Please choose Color accordingly.

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Elevator with indoor pond in shopping mall in 1976. Illustration by artist John Snipes.

Tags: mall-elevator, cumberland-mall, indoor-elevator, shopping-mall-elevator, indoor-pond

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Arlan's only lasted about 20 yrs but managed to have stores in 18 states.

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Ames had a good run and even took over my beloved Zayre in 1990. I never stepped foot in one but I have heard tales that you could get "bargains by the bagful" there?

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DEFUNCT - PITTSBURGH PIPERS Onesie

by HamburgrHotdog
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A catalog showroom store based in Atlanta and the Carolinas.

Tags: logo, showrooming, 80s, 70s, 60s

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Bradlees lasted in the Northeast U.S. for a little over 40 years. I never even saw one that I remember.

Tags: logo, defunct, retro, 60s, 70s

Tags: logo, defunct, 90s, 80s, 70s

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Formerly the World's Largest electronics store. If it's not in the universe it doesn't exist!!!

Tags: logo, retro, nostalgia, store, 90s

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By Request.

Tags: logo, vintage, 90s, 80s, 70s

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How ironic is it that a store that once sold ironic T-shirts is now an ironic t-shirt itself? This store was pretty popular amongst lame high school kids in the mid-90s. Then they decided to stop selling guy's clothing for no apparent-reason and that was the end.

Tags: logo, retail-shopping, nostalgia, retro, mall

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The Bon Marché, whose French name translates to "the good market" or "the good deal", was a department store chain launched in Seattle, Washington, United States, in 1890 by Edward Nordhoff.

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Tags: logo, 70s, defunct, retro

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Tags: logo, retro, vintage, defunct, gaming

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Illinois based catalog showroom that shuttered in 2006

Tags: logo, defunct, illinois, 90s, 80s

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Caldor was the "Bloomingdale's of Discount Stores" from 1961 -1999.

Tags: logo, nostalgia, 90s, 80s, 70s

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They existed for 20 yrs from 1961-1981 when they were purchased by and morphed into Target Corporation...I know, I've never heard of them either.

Tags: logo, nostalgia, retro, 80s, 70s

Tags: logo, shopping-mall, retail-stores, defunct, gaming

Tags: logo, vintage, new-jersey, 70s, 80s

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Best Products (also known simply as BEST) was a chain of American catalog showroom retail stores founded by Sydney and Frances Lewis, formerly headquartered in Richmond, Virginia. It was founded in 1957 and went out of business in 1997. At the time it filed the second time for bankruptcy it had 169 Best stores and 11 Best Jewelry stores in 23 states, and a nationwide mail-order service.

Tags: logo, 90s, retro, defunct, retail-shopping

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I am not sure of the origins for this Ames Logo, but looks as though it would be from the 70s.

Tags: logo, 70s, 80s, 90s, nostalgia

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Final Caldor Logo

Tags: logo, nostalgia, 90s, 80s, 70s

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Davison's of Atlanta was a department store chain and an Atlanta shopping institution. It was the major competition to Rich's and it took the Macy's name in 1986.

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