Philadelphia Flagship Store

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Wanamaker's - Slow Decline
... John's son, enhanced the reputation of the stores as artistic centers and temples of the beautiful, offering imported luxuries from around the world ... Great Depression, and after his death in 1928, the stores (managed for the family by a trust) continued to thrive for a time ... department was expanded into its own separate store on the lower floors of the Lincoln-Liberty Building, two doors down on Chestnut Street, in 1932 ...

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