Montgomery Ward

Montgomery Ward is the name of two historically distinct American retail enterprises. It can refer either to the defunct mail order and department store retailer which operated between 1872 and 2001, or to the original name of the online retailer Wards.

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Century Mall - History
... Original anchors were Montgomery Ward (145,000 square feet (13,470.9 m2)) and Goldblatt's ... The Montgomery Ward anchor store closed in March 2001 when the entire chain filed for bankruptcy ...
Montgomery Ward - As Online Retailer
... At its height, the original Montgomery Ward was one of the largest retailers in the United States ... of the intellectual property assets of the former Wards, including the "Montgomery Ward" and "Wards" trademarks, for an undisclosed amount of money ... DMSI then began operating under the Montgomery Ward branding and managed to get it up and running in three months ...
Charleston Town Center - History
... the time, it included four anchor stores JCPenney, Sears, Kaufmann's and Montgomery Ward ... until Stone Thomas opened next to Montgomery Ward, moving from an existing location downtown ... the chain was purchased in 1998, but Elder-Beerman closed it in 2000, the same year that Montgomery Ward closed ...
Century Mall
... The mall opened in 1979 with anchor stores Goldblatt's and Montgomery Ward ... mall's interior stores also suffered following Montgomery Ward's remodeling ... Montgomery Ward removed their mall entrance and told customers that no stores remained, when in reality close to a dozen stores were still open ...
List Of Defunct Department Stores Of The United States - Other Department Stores - Illinois
... (greater Chicago) The Fair (Chicago and suburbs), acquired by Montgomery Ward in 1958 Gately's People's Store Goldblatt's (Chicago), some stores acquired by Ames Department Stores Inc ... (Downtown Chicago), early 1920s to 1930s McDade's Montgomery Ward, mail order store ... Founded in 1872, Montgomery Ward pioneered mail-order catalog retailing and opened its first retail store in 1926 ...

Famous quotes containing the words ward and/or montgomery:

    One may as well preach a respectable mythology as anything else.
    Humphrey, Mrs. Ward (1851–1920)

    Journey to Gethsemane, go and feel the tempter’s power;
    Your Redeemer’s conflict see, watch the anguish of this hour;
    Do not hide or turn away: learn from Jesus how to pray.
    —James Montgomery (1771–1854)