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  • Kim Walstrom

    Woolworth's Went here after working at the movie theatre selling popcorn. I'd go to buy a sub marine sandwich.

  • Janice Varvel

    Woolworth's-so many childhood memories going to this store!

  • Vicki Paris-Grant

    Woolworth's, or the "five and ten" as we used to call it, was the place to find anything--even a Tulip Sundae at the lunch counter! Ate grilled chees sandwiches at the counter with my mother. vg

  • Cynthia Shea

    Woolworth's Department Store

  • Helen Sawicki

    Woolworths. Guess they all looked the same. This looks like the one in Plainfield, NJ. This is where Christmas shopping got done every year for me. I couldn't afford anything better on my tire changer salary of when I washed pots for a living.

  • Debra Lorenz

    Loved getting a cherry coke at the soda fountain counter!

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