Liberty House

Liberty House, headquartered in Honolulu, Hawaii, was a department store and specialty store chain with locations throughout the Hawaiian Islands and on Guam, as well as several locations on the mainland U.S.

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List Of Defunct Department Stores Of The United States - Other Department Stores - California
... (San Francisco), became City of Paris by Liberty House ... (Berkeley) Hinshaw's (Arcadia and Whittier) Kahn's (Oakland) Levee's (Vallejo) Liberty House (became Macy's) Lubin's (Sacramento), merged with Weinstock's I ... Francisco) Rhodes (Sacramento and Central Valley), became Liberty House J.W ...
Joanne Gardner - History
... Barron, who married her and bought her a house in the town of Henderson ... teamed up with her best friend Stu Bergman and bought the Hartford House, turning it into an upscale bed and breakfast ... After Hartford House, Jo became a hostess for a tavern along the Henderson River called "The Riverboat," which Stu, Jenny (Linda Gibboney) and Wendy ran ...
City Of Paris Dry Goods Co. - Closure
... The store building was purchased by Liberty House (Hawaii) and reopened as Liberty House at the City of Paris ... Liberty House built a new store at Stockton and O’Farrell streets closing the City of Paris building in 1974 and selling the site to Neiman Marcus ...
Liberty House - History
... Ehlers store was renamed The Liberty House in response to anti-German sentiment ... In 1969 Liberty House expanded onto the mainland with Amfac's purchase of the Rhodes Western department stores, a long-time consolidator of department stores ... The former Rhodes' stores were renamed Liberty House between 1971 and 1974 ...
Liberty House (Dubai)
... The Liberty House is a 42-floor tower in the Dubai International Financial Centre in Dubai, United Arab Emirates ... Construction of the Liberty House was completed in March 2009 ...

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