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Robinsons-May - History - May Company and JW Robinson's
... The double-barreled Robinsons-May name was created in 1993 when the former middle-to-low-brow May Company California was consolidated with their carriage-trade corporate sibling JW Robinson's ... JW Robinson's had been acquired by Associated Dry Goods in 1957, while May Company California had been established in 1923 when May acquired the then-named A ... Both chains had operated exclusively in Southern California until 1989 when May Department Stores had dissolved its Goldwaters division, based in Scottsdale, Arizona, and apportioned its Phoenix ...
May Company California
... May Company California was a chain of department stores operating in Southern California and Nevada, with headquarters in North Hollywood, California ... a subsidiary of May Department Stores and merged with May's other Southern California subsidiary, J ... May Company California was established in 1923 when May acquired A ...
Brea Mall
... The Brea Mall is a shopping mall located in the Orange County city of Brea, California ... Originally, the mall was anchored by Sears May Company California ... Broadway was added and Nordstrom constructed their second California store ...

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