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THE FAIR OF TEXAS, 6115 Cam Bowie Boulevard Boulevard, Fort Worth

announced 10.11.53, opened 10.25.54

Charles E. Armstrong, architect

Amos Parrish & Company (New York), interior designer

65,000 square feet, $1,000,000+

in Fair-Ridgelea Shopping Center (opened 10.25.54)

Charles E. Armstrong, architect

Fair West Building Corporation, developers

175,000 square feet, 20 stores, 18 acres, parking 1000 cars

no longer standing (2.04)


MAAS BROS., Lemon & Kentucky avenues, Lakeland, Florida (Tampa) Allied

announced 7.1.49, opened 11.1.54

2 stories + basement

no longer standing (3.97)

CARSON PIRIE SCOTT & CO., Indianapolis Boulevard between One Hundred, Sixty Fifth & One Hundred,

Sixty-Seventh streets, Hammond, Indiana (Chicago)

opened 11.1.54

Victor Gruen & Associates (Los Angeles), architects

Mason Walker (Carson Pirie Scott), interior designer

2 stories, 64,000 square feet

in Woodmar Shopping Center (opened 11.1.54)

Victor Gruen & Associates and Sidney C. Finck, associated architects

Landau & Pearlman (Chicago), developers

200,000 square feet, $3,000,000, 27 stores, 15 acres, parking 1600 cars

extant, in operation (7.97)

DAYTON CO., Main & Ninth streets, Sioux Falls, South Dakota (Minneapolis)

announced 11.12.54

2 stories + basement

purchased Fantle Bros. department store (1938)


JOHN WANAMAKER, E. Wynnewood & Williams roads, Wynnewood, Pennsylvania (Philadelphia)

announced 12.17.52, opened 11.15.54

Wallace & Warner (Philadelphia), architects

2 stories + basement, 250,000 square feet

in Main Line Shopping Center (opened 5.17.51)

18 stores, 16 acres, parking 1200 cars

extant, vacant (6.97)
R. H. MACY & CO., El Camino Real, 31st Avenue, & Hillsdale Boulevard, San Mateo, California

(San Francisco) Macy's

announced 5.28.52, opened 11.19.54

Welton Becket & Associates (Los Angeles), architects

John Bolles (San Francisco), interior designer

2 stories, 185,000 square feet

in Hillsdale Shopping Center (opened 11.19.54)

Welton Becket & Associates, architects

David D. Bohannon Organization, developers

419,000 square feet, 36 acres, parking 3500 cars

extant, altered, in operation (5.08)

ARNOLD CONSTABLE, E. State & Montgomery streets, Trenton, New Jersey (New York)

announced 12.31.52, opened 11.29.54

Gerhard P. Karplus (New York), architect

2 stories + basement, 100,000 square feet parking. garage 600 cars

demolished 1990

LIT BROS., Germantown, Wayne Avenue, Philadelphia City Stores

announced 10.28.54, project


JOSEPH HORNE CO., Greenburg Pike, Churchill, Pennsylvania (Pittsburgh)

announced 2.11.54, project

120,000 square feet

in Churchill Park Shopping Center


HEARN DEPARTMENT STORES, Bay Shore, New York. (New York) City Stores

announced 2.5.54, project

50,000 square feet, parking 100 cars
SNELLENBERGS, Lancaster Pike & Greenfield Avenue, Ardmore, Pennsylvania (Philadelphia)

announced 12.3.54, project

Thalheimer & Weitz (Philadelphia), architects

Copeland, Novak & Associates (New York), interior designers

2 stories + basement, 120,000 square feet

in Ardmore Shopping Center (not built)

$7,000,000 parking 1000 cars

1955

STEWART & CO., York Road n. of Walker Avenue, Baltimore County, Maryland Associated

announced 12.4.52, opened 2.8.55

Raymond Loewy Corporation (New York) and Hall, Border & Donaldson (Baltimore), associated

architects and interior designers

2 stories, 111,000 square feet

in Stewart’s Shopping Center (opened 2.8.55)

Raymond Loewy Corporation and Hall, Border & Donaldson, associated architects

Stewart & Co., developers

140,000 square feet, 8 stores, 10 acres

demolished late 1990s

LORD & TAYLOR, City Line & Belmont avenues, Bala-Cynwyd, Pennsylvania (New York) Associated

announced 10.1.53, opened 2.21.55

Fordyce & Hamby (New York), architects

Raymond Loewy Corporation (New York), interior designers

2 stories + basement, 120,000 square feet

in Bala Cynwyd Shopping Center (opened 9.55)

Thalheimer & Weitz, architects

A. H. Weiss and M. H. Tyson, developers

300,000 square feet, $8,000,000, 29 stores, 25 acres, parking 2500 cars

extant, in operation (6.03)


LAMSON BROS. CO., Anthony Wayne Trail & Detroit Avenue, Toledo, Ohio

announced 3.26.54, opened 3.11.55

1 story, 38,000 square feet

in Parkway Plaza shopping center

28 stores, 15 acres, parking 1200 cars

extant, altered (7.97)


MARSHALL FIELD & CO., Forest, Inwood & Lakewood boulevards, Park Forest, Illinois (Chicago)

announced 12.6.53, opened 3.28.55

Loebl, Schlossman & Bennett (Chicago), architects

2 stories, 72,000 square feet

in Park Forest Plaza shopping center (opened 12.15.49)

Loebl, Schlossman & Bennett, architects

American Community Builders, Inc., developer

375,000 square feet, 60 stores (in 1959), 53 acres

extant, altered (7.99)

JOHN WANAMAKER, Central Park Avenue & Cross County Parkway, Yonkers, New York (New York)

announced 12.10.47, opened 4.28. 55

Lathrop Douglass (New York), architect

Copeland Novak & Associates and William Pahlman (New York), interior designers

3 stories, 225,000 square feet

in Cross County Center (opened 4.28.55)

Lathrop Douglas, architect

Sol G. Atlas, developer

1,200,000 square feet, $30,000,000, 76 stores, 63 acres, parking 5500 cars

extant, altered, in operation as Sears (1.00)

THALHEIMER BROS., 515-17 Main Street, Danville, Virginia (Richmond)

announced 4.26.55, opened 5.19.55

3 stories + basement, 40,000+ square feet

purchased L. Herman & Co. department store

extant (5.99)
D. H. HOLMES CO., 239-53 N. Third Street, Baton Rouge, Louisiana (New Orleans)

announced 5.12.55, opened 1955

7 stories + basement, 97,000 square feet, in Raymond Building

purchased Dalton Co. department store, name changed ca. 11.20.57

extant (11.06)
NEIMAN-MARCUS CO., 917 Main Street, Houston (Dallas)

announced 6.17.55, opened 1955

8 stories + basement

purchased Ben Wolfman store (built 1947)

extant, altered (4.00)

A. HARRIS & CO., E. Kiest Boulevard & Beckley Avenue, Dallas

announced 6.22.53, opened. 8.16.55

Welton Becket & Associates (Los Angeles) and Smith & Mills (Dallas), associated architects

James L. Hodges (A. Harris) and Melanie Kahane (New York), interior designers

3 stories, 103,000 square feet

in A. Harris & Co. Oak Cliff Shopping Center (opened 2.23.56)

Welton Becket & Associates (Los Angeles) and Smith & Mills, architects

A. Harris & Co., developers

300,000 square feet, 33 stores, 28 acres, parking 2000 cars

extant, minor alterations, operating as public school (2.04)


LASALLE & KOCH CO., 514 S. Main Street, Findlay, Ohio (Toledo) Macy's

announced 11.10.54, opened 8.15.55

Austin Company (Cleveland), architects-engineers

2 stories, 33,750 square feet

extant (7.97)
FAMOUS-BARR CO., W. Florissant Avenue & Lucas Hunt Road, Jennings, Missouri (St. Louis) May Co.

announced 9.23.52, opened 8.19.55

Russell, Mullgardt, Schwarz & Van Holfen (St. Louis), architects, Marx, Flint & Schonne (Chicago),

Consulting

4 stories, 325,000 square feet

in Northland Shopping Center (opened 8.19.55)

Russell, Mullgardt, Schwarz & Van Holfen, architects

May Co., developers

716,000 square feet, $12,000,000, 50 stores, 62.3 acres, parking 5000 cars

demolished 2005


STIX, BAER & FULLER CO., Clayton Road & Brentwood Boulevard, Richmond Heights, Missouri (St. Louis)

announced 5.21.52, opened 8.20.55

John Graham & Company (Seattle), architects

4 stories + basement, 250,000 square feet

in Westroads Shopping Center (opened 8.19 or 21.55)

John Graham & Company and Jamieson, Spearl, Hammond & Grolock (St. Louis), associated architects

Stix, Baer & Fuller Co., developers

386,000 square feet, $6,200,000, 8 stores, 22 acres, parking 2100 cars

all but structure demolished 1990s

CASTNER-KNOTT DRY GOODS CO., Hillsboro Road, Nashville

announced 12.29.53, opened 8.22.55

Hart, Freeland, & Roberts, architects

2 stories, 32,000 square feet

in Green Hills Village shopping center (opened 8.22.55)

Hart, Freeland & Roberts, architects

325,000 square feet, $1,500,000, 29 stores, 19 acres, parking 1900 cars

extant, altered (2.01)

SNELLENBERGS, Oregon Avenue & Twenty-Third Street, Philadelphia

announced 5.23.54, opened 8.24.55

2 stories + basement, 105,000 square feet, $2,500,000

in Oregon Avenue Shopping Center (opened 8.54)

David Supowitz, architect

13 stores, parking 2000 cars

extant, altered (6.97)
GIMBEL BROS., Cheltenham & Ogontz avenues, Cheltenham Pennsylvania (Philadelphia) Gimbel's

announced 6.29.53, opened 8.29.55

Welton Becket & Associates (Los Angeles) and Howell Lewis Shay (Philadelphia), associated architects

2 stories, 250,00 square feet, $10,000,000

addition announced 4.30.57, 20,000 square feet to upper level

in Cheltenham Shopping Center (opened 9.60)

Solomon Kaplan (Philadelphia), architect

Monte H. Tyson, A. H. Weiss, and A. P. and Marvin Orleans, developers

510,000 square feet, $14,000,000, 60 stores, 62 acres, parking 4600 cars

extant, altered (12.97)

POWERS DRY GOODS CO., Route 7 & Texas Avenue, St. Louis Park, Minnesota (Minneapolis) Associated

announced 10.15.53, opened 8.24.55

Raymond Loewy Corporation (New York), and Thorshov & Cerny (Minneapolis), associated architects

2 stories, 80,000 square feet

in Knollwood Plaza Shopping Center (opened 8.24.55)

Raymond Loewy Corporation and Thorshov & Cerny, associated architects

Henry Shanedling & Sons, developers

274,000 square feet, $3,200,000, 34 stores, 35 acres, parking 2500 cars

extant, altered (9.00)

D. H. HOLMES CO., 5151 Plank Road, Baton Rouge, Louisiana (New Orleans)

opened 9.1.55

1 story, 27,000 square feet

Manson & Thompson, architects

in Delmont Village Shopping Center (opened 9.1.55)

Douglas Svenson, developer

Manson & Thompson, architects

162,000 square feet, $2,200,000, 23 stores, parking 1200 cars

extant (11.06)
STERN BROS., Great Neck & Middle Neck roads, Great Neck, New York (New York) Allied

announced. 5.27.55, opened 9.2.55

purchased John Wanamaker department store

2 stories + basement, 50,000 square feet

In North Shore Mart shopping center (opened 5.16.51)

Lathrop Douglass (New York), architect

W. Lee Moore (Scarsdale, N.Y), landscape architect

Sol G. Atlas, developer

7 acres, parking 500 cars

extant, altered (5.97)


YOUNKER BROS., Center & Forty-Second streets, Omaha (Des Moines)

announced 7.15.53, opened 9.6.55

J. & G. Daverman Company (Grand Rapids), architect

3 or 4 stories

in The Center shopping center (opened 10.24.55)

J. & G. Daverman Company, architects

John A Wiebe (Ralston, Neb.), developer

210,000 square feet, $4,500,000, 41 stores, parking 1600 cars

extant, altered (10.03)

WOODWARD & LOTHROP, 7201 Wisconsin Avenue, Bethesda, Maryland (Washington, D.C.)


announced 1.16.55, opened 9.6.55

Arthur P. Starr (Washington), architect

3 stories + basement, 26,000 square feet

closed 1968

no longer standing (11.97)
GIMBEL BROS., Central Park Avenue & Cross County Parkway, Yonkers, New York (New York)

Gimbel's

announced 7.2.53, opened 9.8.55

Lathrop Douglass, architect, Kahn & Jacobs , consulting architects (New York)

Raymond Loewy Corporation (New York), interior designers

2 stories + basement, 200,000 square feet, $10,000,000

addition. announced 4.3.60

50,000 square feet

in Cross County Shopping Center (opened 4.28.55)

Lathrop Douglass, architect

Sol G. Atlas, developer

1,200,000 square feet, $30,000,000, 76 stores, 63 acres, parking 5500 cars

extant, altered, operating as Sterns (1.00)


MAY CO., Laurel Canyon Boulevard, between Erwin & Oxnard streets, Los Angeles May Co.

announced 1.26.54, opened 9.12.55

Albert C. Martin & Associates (Los Angeles), architects

4 stories + basement, 452,000 square feet, $10,000,000

adjacent to Valley Plaza shopping center (opened 8.11.51)

Bob Symonds, developer

27 acres, parking 3000 cars (for store)

extant, in operation (6.92)

MAY CO., S. Colorado Boulevard & E. Yale Avenue, Denver May Co.

announced 11.29.53, opened 9.27.55

Raymond Harry Erwin & Associates, architects

C. E. Swanson Associates (Chicago), interior designers

2 stories, 105,000 square feet, $1,900,000

addition announced 10.26.58, opened 7.59

Raymond Harry Erwin & Associates, architects

39,000 square feet

in University Hills Shopping Center (opened 8.30.51)

May Department Stores Co. and University Hills, Inc., developers

193,000 square feet, $4,000,000, 60 stores

demolished for new shopping center (4.03)

THE BROADWAY, Van Nuys & Roscoe boulevards, Los Angeles Broadway-Hale

announced 4.18.54, opened 10.10.55

Welton Becket & Associates, architects

Raymond Loewy Corporation (New York), interior designers

3 stories + basement, 226,000 square feet, $6,000,000

in Panorama City Shopping Center (non-integrated, first stores opened 1949)

Welton Becket & Associates, architects for new section

Broadway Department Stores, developers for new section

extant, altered (1.08)
THE BROADWAY, Santa Ana Freeway, Crescent Drive, Euclid & Laura streets, Anaheim, California

(Los Angeles) Broadway-Hale

announced 7.7.54, opened 10.4.55

Welton Becket & Associates (Los Angeles), architects

Raymond Loewy Corporation (New York), interior designers

3 stories + basement, 208,000 square feet, $8,500,000

in Broadway-Anaheim Shopping Center (opened 11.18.57)

Welton Becket & Associates, architects

Broadway Department Stores, developer

675,000 square feet, $12,500,000, 35 stores, parking 5000 cars

no longer standing (3.00)
LIT BROS., Broadway & Federal streets, Camden, New Jersey (Philadelphia) City Stores

announced 3.29.51, opened 10.13.55

Thalheimer & Weitz (Philadelphia), architects

Copeland, Novak Associates (New York), interior designers

3 stories + basement, 155,000 square feet, municipal parking garage

extant, altered, vacant (7.97)

WALKER'S, Bellflower Boulevard & Stearns Street, Long Beach, California.

announced 5.28.54, opened 10.5.55

Welton Becket & Associates (Los Angeles), architects

2 stories + basement, 100,000 square feet, $4,000,000

in Los Altos Shopping Center (opened ca. 3.1.56)

Welton Becket & Associates, architects

Ralph Cornell, landscape architect

L. S. Whaley Co., developers

$6,000,00050 stores, parking 2000 cars

no longer standing (7.96)

LANDSBURGH & BRO., New Hampshire & University avenues, Langley Park, Maryland

(Washington, D.C.) City Stores

announced 9.7.53, opened 10.17.55

Abbott, Merkt & Company (New York), architects-engineers

Meyer Katzman (New York), interior designer

2 stories + basement, 127,000 square feet, $2,000,000+

in Langley Park Shopping Center (opened 10.17.55)

Abbott, Merkt & Company, architects-engineers; David Baker, architect of market

Leander McCormick-Goodhart and Joshua Evans, developers

10 stores, parking 1200 cars

extant, altered (11.00)
MEIER & FRANK CO., Marion, High, Church & Center streets, Salem, Oregon (Portland)

announced 3.9.53, opened 10.27.55

2 stories, 160,000 square feet, parking garage at rear

extant, in operation (6.04)


I. MAGININ & CO., 1630-32 Van Ness Avenue, Fresno, California (San Francisco)

announced 11.13.54, opened 1955

17,000 square feet

no longer standing (10.04)


BURDINE'S, S. Dixie Highway between Hardee Road & Magnolia Avenue, Coral Gables, Florida (Miami)

announced 2.28.55, project

in unrealized shopping center

$5,000,000, 40 stores, 35 acres, parking 2500 cars

R. H. WHITE CORP., U.S. Route 1, between Essex & Main streets, Saugus, Massachusetts. (Boston) Federated

announced 8.25.55, project

100,000 square feet

in New England Shopping Center (opened 9.1.59)

The Architects Collaborative (Boston), architects

Alan and Milton Green (Brookline, Mass.), developers

400,000 square feet, $5,000,000, 40 stores, 60 acres, parking 4000 cars

CROWLEY-MILNER & CO., 8 Mile Road & Gratiot Avenue, Detroit

announced 9.6.55, project

240,000 square feet

in Eastwood Center (unrealized)


JORDAN MARSH CO., U. S. Route 44 between Orchard & Hill streets, Raynham, Massachusetts

(Boston) Federated

announced 10.5.55, project

in unnamed shopping center

$6,000,000 - $9,000,000, 400,000 - 600,000 square feet, 50 - 60 stores

1956
MAAS BROS., 4130 Gandy Boulevard, Tampa Allied

announced 4.13.55, opened 1.30.56

2 stories, 71,000 square feet

home furnishings store

extant, altered (6.00)


JORDAN MARSH CO., Biscayne Boulevard & Venetian Causeway, Miami (Boston) Allied

opened 2.6.56

3 stories, 250,000 square feet, parking

addition announced 4.24.58

1 story, 145,000 square feet

no longer standing (6.00)


R. H. MACY & CO., Broadway, William & Market streets, Wichita, Kansas (Kansas City) Macy's

announced 1.3.56, opened 2.1.56

6, 8 stories + basement, 275,000 square feet

purchased Geo. Innes Co. department store (built 1927-1928) from Younker Bros.

extant, altered (9.00)

JOSEPH HORNE CO., Broadview Boulevard & J. R. Morrison Avenue, Natrona Heights, Pennsylvania

(Pittsburgh)

announced 7.19.54, opened 2.14.56

65,000 square feet

in Natrona Heights Plaza shopping center (opened 11.10.55)

William B. Sumbolt (Pittsburgh), architect

John P. and Alex Marino, developers

250,000 square feet, 31 stores, 2000 cars

extant, altered (8.97)

THE EMPORIUM, El Camino Real & Quarry Road, , Palo Alto, California (San Francisco)

Emporium-Capwell

announced 3.24.54, opened 2.23.56

Welton Becket & Associates (Los Angeles), architects

2 stories + basement, 219,000 square feet

addition announced 5.19.59

17,000 square feet

in Stanford Shopping Center (opened 2.23.56)

Welton Becket & Associates, architects

Stanford University and Emporium-Capwell, developers

520,000 square feet, 49 stores, 42 acres, parking 4200 cars

extant, minor alterations, in operation as Bloomingdale’s (3.03)
I. MAGNIN & CO., El Camino Real & Quarry Road,, Palo Alto, California (San Francisco)

announced 10.13.55, opened ca. 9.56

Welton Becket & Associates (Los Angeles), architects

54,000 square feet

in Stanford Shopping Center (opened 2.23.56)

Welton Becket & Associates, architects

Stanford University, developers

520,000 square feet, 49 stores, 42 acres, parking 4200 cars

extant, minor alterations, in operation as Macy’s Men’s Store (3.03)

LORD & TAYLOR, 1200 Franklin Avenue Garden City, New York (New York) Gimbel's

announced 2.9.55, opened 2.29.56

Fordyce & Hamby (New York), architects

Raymond Loewy Corporation (New York), interior designers

2 stories, 132,000 square feet, parking 1000 cars

extant, in operation (6.02)

YOUNKER BROS., Second Avenue & W. Seventeenth Street, Rock Island, Illinois (Des Moines)

announced 6.26.55, opened 4.2.56

William Stuhr, architect of remodeling

5 stories + basement, 48,000 square feet

purchased former Sears, Roebuck store (1923)

extant (11.03)


CARSON PIRIE SCOTT & CO., Skokie Boulevard & Lake Avenue, Wilmette, Illinois (Chicago)

announced 5.553, opened 5.19.56

Welton Becket & Associates (Los Angeles), architects

118,000 square feet

in Edens Plaza (opened 5.19.56)

Welton Becket & Associates, architects

Carson Pirie Scott & Co., developers

210,000 square feet, $2,500,000, 25 stores, parking 1700 cars

extant, altered, in operation (7.97)
J. BACON & SONS, State Route 62 & Western Avenue, Jeffersonville, Indiana (Louisville)

announced 3.30.55, opened summer-fall 1956

1 story, 32,000 square feet, replaced downtown store

in Youngstown Shopping Center (opened 11.15.55)

George A. Young (Lexington, Ky.), developer

140,000 square feet, 21 stores, 24 acres, parking 1500 cars

extant (9.98)

R. H. MACY & CO., U.S. Route 50 & Johnson Drive, Mission, Kansas (Kansas City) Macy's

announced 8.29.54, opened 7.30.56

Howard T. Fisher & Associates (Chicago), architects

2 stories, 70,000 square feet

in Mission Shopping Center (opened 7.30.56)

Howard T. Fisher & Associates, architects

Shelby Construction Company (New Orleans), developers

190,000 square feet, 24 stores, 18 acres, parking 1200 cars

extant, altered (9.00)

B. LOWENSTEIN & BROS., U.S. Route 51 & Raines Road, Whitehaven, Tennessee (Memphis) City Stores

announced 1.9.55, opened 8.1.56

Everett D. Woods & Associates (Memphis), architects

Van Dame & Johnson (Memphis), interior designers

1 story, $1,000,000+

in Whitehaven Plaza shopping center (opened 10.25.56)

Everett D. Woods & Associates, architects (?)

John B. Goodwin, developer

192,000 square feet, 16 stores, 33 acres, parking 1600 cars

extant, altered (3.07)

FREDERICK & NELSON, One Hundredth & One Hundred, Fourth avenues, N.E. & N.E. Fourth & Eighth

streets, Bellevue, Wash. (Seattle) Marshall Field

announced 1.31.55, opened ca. 8.8.56

John Graham & Company (Seattle), architects

2 stories, 102,000 square feet, $4,000,000

replaced earlier store

in Bellevue Square shopping center

Bellevue properties, developer

51 stores, 1200 cars

no longer standing (6.04)




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