DR. GALE'S LINCOLN LIBRARY
STATE, COUNTY & CHICAGO BOOKS
MARSHALL FIELD & CO.
1893 WORLD'S FAIR LIBRARY
RESTAURANTS, FOODS & BONAFIDE RECIPES
SHOPPING CENTERS, RETAILERS, AND WHOLESALERS
Old Orchard Shopping Center, Skokie, Illinois. c.1965
Chicago's 1897 Anti-Department Store Crusade.
List of Illinois Shopping Malls
Marshall Field & Company articles (1852-2005)
Shopping Malls, Centers, Plazas & Towns
900 North Michigan Shops, Chicago, Illinois, opened in 1988─
1800 North Clybourn Avenue, Lincoln Park, Chicago, 1989–1993
Algonquin Commons, Village of Algonquin, 2004─
Alton Square Mall, Alton, Illinois, 1978─
Atrium Avenue Mall, 900 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois, opened in 1988─
Brementowne Mall, T
inley Park, Illinois.
Brickyard Shopping Center, Chicago, Illinois, opened in 1977─
Dixie Square Mall, Harvey, Illinois, opened in 1966─1978.
Evergreen Plaza, Evergreen Park, Illinois, opened in 1952─
Ford City Center, Chicago, Illinois, opened in 1965.
Golf Mill Center, Niles, Illinois, opened in 1960─.
Harlem Irving Plaza, Norridge, Illinois, opened in 1956─
Hillside Center, Hillside, Illinois, opened in 1956─.
Lakehurst Mall, Waukegan, Illinois, opened in 1971─.
Lincoln Village Shopping Center, 6199 North Lincoln Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. 1951─
Oakbrook Center, Oak Brook, Illinois, opened in 1962─
Old Orchard Shopping Center, Skokie, Illinois, opened in 1956─
Park Forest Plaza Shopping Center, Park Forest, Illinois, opened in 1949─
Randhurst Shopping Center, Mount Prospect, Illinois, opened in 1962─
River Oaks Center, Calumet City, Illinois, opened in 1966─
Village Square Mall, Effingham, Illinois, opened in 1971─
Woodfield Mall, Schaumburg, Illinois, opened in 1971─
Yorktown Center, Lombard, Illinois, opened in 1968─
Retailers & Wholesalers
Bes-Ben Shops. Chicago's Avant-Garde Milliner.
"E. J. Korvette," The Truth Behind How it Got the Name and What It Really Means.
Fair Store History, Chicago, Illinois (1874-1963)
H. Stanley Korshak, One of Chicago's First Luxury Women's Apparel Merchants.
Jack Robbins Clothes Neon, Incandescent, Store Sign with a Spinning Element, Chicago.
John V. Farwell & Co., the largest dry-goods firm in Chicago.
Loren Miller & Company, a Chicago Dry Goods Store. (1900-1931)
Lytton Department Stores (aka The Hub), Chicago's Premier Clothing Retailer.
Mandel Brothers Department Store Chicago; A Complete History.
Marshall Field & Company ARTICLES (1852-2005)
Montgomery Ward, Chicago. (1872-2001)
Richard W. Sears, Chicago, (est. 1892)
Robert Hall Department Stores and Clothier, Chicago and Illinois Stores.
Seymour Paisin Ladies Apparel on Devon and Talman Avenues in Chicago, Illinois.
Shoppers World, Community, Zayre, Super K, at Lincoln, McCormick, and Devon, Chicago.
Spiegel Incorporated History, Chicago, Illinois.
Walgreens Drug Store their history began in Dixon, Illinois, in 1901.
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