Office Supply Stores
- Chandler's — Evanston, Illinois and Chicago, Illinois suburbs
- J. K. Gill Company — Pacific Northwest; stationery, office supplies
- McWhorter's — San Francisco Bay Area
- Office Warehouse — division of Home Quarters
- Office Place — San Francisco Bay Area
- Paper Cutter — New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania; division of Fay's Drug
- Tam's Stationers — Los Angeles, California
- Ulbrich's — Buffalo, New York
- Unity Stationers — Chicago; The retail division of United Stationer's Supply, which is still in business
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