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Sears, Roebuck in York, Pa.: The retailer was an early adopter of the move to suburbia

Linked in/Neat stuff: New use for Lafayette Club/Broad Street Market’s night hours Ah, yes, the old Sears building on West Market Street, York, Pa., as seen in this York County Heritage Trust photo. Its many signs make sure there’s no … Continue reading

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York Galleria 25 years old: Can you believe it?

Linked in/Neat stuff: Gettysburg Address quiz/Remembering Sears Roebuck At 25 (can you believe it?) and facing competition of all sorts, the York Galleria continues to change, as this thoughtful York, Pa., Daily Record/Sunday News story indicates. It faces competition from power shopping … Continue reading

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Rosie the Riveter toiled in the Civil War, too

Women living in the Civil War era are getting their due in the popular re-enactments in Gettysburg and elsewhere in these 150 years of the war observances. One re-enactor in Gettysburg for the 151st anniversary of the battle likened Civil War contributions to those of ‘Rosie the Riveter,’ that symbol of women who worked on shop floors in World War II.

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Civil War comes to Hellam, Wrightsville, Lower Windsor – Linked in to York County history, 4/10/13

‘Civil War comes to: Hellam, Wrightsville, Lower Windsor ‘ , a coloring book, provides youngsters with an opportunity to learn about the War Between the States

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First the catalog. Now Sears ends its portrait center. What’s next? Linked in to York County history, 4/9/13

Remember when Sears, Roebuck and Co. operated in the York County, Pa., Shopping Center? Now at the Galleria in the York area, Sears has discontinued its portrait center here and in its stores across the United States.

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York County Maytag’s fleet: Can you locate where this photo was taken? Linked in to York County history, 2/26/13

Yorktownsquare.com covers a new use for the old Sears building, the Peeps’ 60th birthday, a photo session for the York County Maytag fleet and a local nod to Downton Abbey.

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From top dog and hot dogs to dogfight and dog days in York County, Pa.

Sears offered an option to girls and women separated from their nylons during World War II: anklets. A decade later, Sears moved from this crowded West Market Street location in York, Pa., to a sparkling new store in the York … Continue reading

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