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H.S. Manchester's, Incorporated, Department Store

Date: 1954
Description: Manchester's, Incorporated, department store on Mifflin Street.
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Montogmery Ward Store

Date: May 20 1930
Description: The Montgomery Ward Store Building at 100 North Hamilton Street, at the intersection of Pinckney and North Hamilton Streets. The building was designed by L...
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Harry S. Manchester Building

Date: August 01 1933
Description: The Harry S. Manchester building, 2-6 E. Mifflin Street, with a large National Recovery Administration banner which reads: "N.R.A. Member - We Do Our Part....
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Herring-Curtiss Flying Machine

Date: 1909
Description: Advertising card from an exhibition of the Herring-Curtiss "Golden Flyer" in which Glenn Curtiss had won the first Gordon Bennett trophy at Rheims. The exh...
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Tom Mix Promoting Safety Display Window

Date: April 27 1946
Description: Display window at Karstens Inc., 22-24 North Carroll Street, featuring Tom Mix safety display for the Wisconsin Motor Vehicle Department. The display inclu...
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Harry S. Manchester's, Inc., Can Opener Window Display

Date: May 03 1946
Description: Window display at Harry S. Manchester's, Inc., 2-6 East Mifflin Street, featuring the "Can-o-mat" can openers, "Can-o-mat, fully automatic, streamlined bea...
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Harry S. Manchester's, Inc., Salyna Window Display

Date: April 08 1946
Description: Window display at Harry S. Manchester's, Inc., featuring four mannequins wearing sportswear made from Salyna, "a washable, wonderful spun rayon fabric."
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Kresge's "Tricky Dogs" Counter

Date: March 19 1946
Description: "Tricky Dogs" (magnetized black and white Scotty dogs) display at Kresge's. 25 cents and 1.00 store.
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Manchester's, Inc., "Sultry Blonde" Dresses Window Display

Date: March 19 1946
Description: Four blonde mannequins in Manchester's, Inc., window, modeling dresses, purses, and shoes. "Sultry Blonde," Town and Country Company.
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Manchester's, Inc., Paris Hats Window Display

Date: January 15 1946
Description: Manchester's, Inc., Paris hats window display, "Authentic Copies and Adaptations."
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Kresge Dollar Store — Sweater Window

Date: February 01 1946
Description: Sweater window at Kresge's Dollar store, 13-15 South Pinckney Street, featuring the new spring shades, taken at night.
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Wolff-Kubly & Hirsig Basement

Date: January 10 1946
Description: Basement of Wolff-Kubly & Hirsig with displays of glassware and gifts on new counters and glass shelves. A corner of an office is in the view.
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Manchester's, Inc., Kenwood Blanket Window Display

Date: December 15 1945
Description: Manchester's, Inc., window display featuring Kenwood blankets.
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Harry S. Manchester's, Incorporated

Date: October 22 1945
Description: Harry S. Manchester's, Incorporated, window display featuring a "Tula" negligee, "After the ballet is over - a ballerina Tula negligee." In the background...
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Manchester's, Inc., Window #2 "All American Fashion"

Date: September 11 1945
Description: Manchester's, Inc., window #2, "All American Fashion," "If you are 5 feet four or under," "Dress Section, Second Floor." Mannequin in a dress and hat with...
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Manchester's, Inc., Window #7 Photo Studio Window

Date: September 13 1945
Description: Manchester's, Inc., window #7, "Were you a September baby?" 14 photographic portraits on display for Photo Studio, Second Floor.
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Manchester's, Inc., Window #6 Textron Fabrics

Date: September 13 1945
Description: Manchester's, Inc., window #6 featuring "Tomorrow is here with Textron" fabric made into aprons, makeup cape, and blanket bag. The mannequin is wearing an...
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Manchester's, Inc., Window #5, Textron Fabrics

Date: September 13 1945
Description: Manchester's, Inc., window #5 featuring: "Tomorrow is here with Textron" fabric made into draperies and bed spread.
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Manchester's, Inc., Window #4, Textron Fabric Bathrobes

Date: September 13 1945
Description: Manchester's, Inc., window #4 featuring: "Tomorrow is here with Textron" fabrics for lingerie and bathrobes. Mannequins are wearing bathrobes.
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Department Store Display Window #2

Date: September 22 1945
Description: Female mannequin with a display of socks in a display window at the Harry S. Manchester, Inc. department store, 2 East Mifflin Street.

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