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  • ...and demolition of a building in between to create adjacent parking. The [[Department of Arkansas Heritage]] became the main tenant in Heritage Center East, and ...John Hall, Little Rock Neighborhoods and Planning Director [[Jim Lawson]], Department of Arkansas Heritage director [[Beverly Lindsey]], Little Rock directors Je
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  • ...s]] LLC in Little Rock, Arkansas. He was known for constructing department stores, hospitals, hotels, and office buildings. ...y]]. He co-established CDI Contractors in 1987 with [[Dillard's Department Stores]] on a 50-50 basis after the failure of the [[Pickens-Bond Construction Com
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  • *[[Little Rock Fire Department|Fire]] *[[Little Rock Planning and Development Department|Planning and Development]]
    21 KB (2,944 words) - 20:38, 28 April 2010
  • ...in urban activities, specialty stores and entertainment opportunities over department stories and general merchandise, convenience, and a "permanent downtown pop By 1982 so many stores had left the Metrocentre Mall that critics began calling it a failure. Incl
    19 KB (2,785 words) - 23:45, 28 February 2010
  • [[Image:Pfeifer.JPG|thumb|300px|Pfeifer Department Store on Main Street, February 8, 1916. Image in public domain. Library of The '''Pfeifer Brothers Department Store''' at 514-524 South Main Street in Little Rock, Arkansas, is a Beaux
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  • ...T. Dillard Sr.''' (1914-2002) was the founder of [[Dillard's]] Department Stores. ...963 he purchased the [[Pfeifer Brothers Department Store]] and the [[Blass Department Store]] in Little Rock.
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  • ...tered at 1600 Cantrell Road, Little Rock, Arkansas. Dillard's operates 330 stores in twenty-nine states. The company was founded by [[William T. Dillard]] in ...s first listed on the American Stock Exchange (AMEX) as Dillard Department Stores in 1969.
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  • [[Image:Blass-store-postcard.jpg|thumb|300px|Postcard view of Gus Blass Department Store.]] [[Image:Blass-woolworth-main-postcard.jpg|thumb|300px|Blass Department Store on Main Street.]]
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  • ...'' is a retail chain with stores in Arkansas. In 2009 J.C. Penney had four stores in central Arkansas: [[McCain Mall]] in [[North Little Rock]], at [[Shackle ...1109-1111 Oak Street in Conway since at least the 1930s. The J. C. Penney Department Store was a prominent downtown Little Rock retailer located at 505-517 Main
    1,011 bytes (148 words) - 22:57, 4 March 2010
  • ...ansas stores in Little Rock, North Little Rock, Searcy, and El Dorado, and stores outside the state in Oklahoma City and Tulsa, Oklahoma; and Memphis, Tennes ...ot building at 506-510 Main between Capitol Avenue and Sixth Street. Other stores opened in the [[University Mall]] in 1967, and [[McCain Mall]] in 1973.
    3 KB (478 words) - 15:04, 14 September 2009
  • ...men, including six local bank presidents, owners of three major department stores, chairmen of local utility companies, two newspaper editors, and numerous m
    4 KB (569 words) - 01:54, 16 September 2008
  • ...Rock, and a number of college residence halls and [[Dillard's]] department stores. In 1988 the company was the largest construction firm in the state, and am
    1 KB (189 words) - 09:21, 8 April 2009
  • ...M. Cohn]], [[Montgomery Ward]], and [[J. C. Penney]] were original anchor stores. These anchors were joined by thirty to forty other shops. *The Shoe Department
    3 KB (399 words) - 11:06, 1 May 2011
  • ...esult of a 1968 merger of the [[Pfeifer Department Store]] and the [[Blass Department Store]] by [[William T. Dillard]]. Dillard had purchased Pfeifer's in Septe ...mber 1972. Both Pfeifer-Blass stores were renamed [[Dillard's]] Department Stores in 1974. The downtown Dillard's closed in January 1990.
    718 bytes (98 words) - 22:42, 30 August 2008
  • '''Montgomery Ward Department Store''' was a Chicago-based chain with stores in Arkansas before its bankruptcy in 2001. ====Little Rock stores====
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  • ...established [[Magic Mart Discount Department Stores]], which grew to fifty stores.
    671 bytes (98 words) - 23:58, 15 February 2009
  • ...on. The earliest fire station in the area was the [[Pilgrim Volunteer Fire Department]]. The old local [[Doe Branch Post Office]] is still in existence, as is th Today there are two convenience stores with gas pumps at the main intersection in town: [[Ferndale Grocery]] and t
    2 KB (284 words) - 13:56, 16 July 2009
  • ...ool. He immediately went into the workforce as a grocery bagger at Safeway stores. He followed Safeway jobs into Tennessee and then to Arkansas. At the age o ...ampus life. The cafeteria, admissions office, bookstore, and financial aid department all reside within. The complex also holds a game room, a community room, an
    11 KB (1,602 words) - 23:41, 28 February 2011
  • ...ding, and a number of college residence halls and [[Dillard's]] department stores. When Kelley retired in 1988 the company was the largest construction firm
    2 KB (271 words) - 13:49, 22 May 2011
  • The '''Albert Bloom Department Store''' was located on Sixth Street in [[Little Rock]], Arkansas, in the 1 [[Category:Department stores]]
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