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  • Ryte Wynger

    WOW...I remember this like it was yesterday

  • Sharon Griffith

    T. G. & Y -- TG & Y was a five and dime, or variety store, chain in the United States. Founded in 1935, the chain was headquartered in Oklahoma City and named for its three founders: Rawdon E. Tomlinson, Enoch L. "Les" Gosselin, and Raymond A. Young. when i was growing up we thought it stood for "Toys, Games, & Yo-Yo's" !!

  • Suzann Stamps

    T. G. & Y - My mom called it the dime store

  • Emil Devantie Brockdorff

    Trip Down Memory Lane

  • M Ramirez

    TGY Store

  • Tina Thomas

    Does anyone remember shopping here with your parents? I remember how fun TG&Y; was! You could get almost anything there :)

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