He had the foresight to reimagine the American department store.
Mother took me to see him in a department store,” she said years later, “and he asked for my autograph.
He recounted signing books at the department store when a woman approached.
In 1974, 75 members of the group descended on a Copenhagen department store.
If you can, take the train to the department store TSUM (pronounced tsoom).
The employment manager of the department store said she lived here.
But you see you can not get any bargains in the department store of this world.
At the appointed hour the happy couple were made one by the department store clergyman.
Evidently they have not learned the ways of the American department store!
He took a position in a department store where today—ten years later—he is still a junior employee.
1878; a store that sells a variety of items, organized by department.
The "Department Store" is the outgrowth of the cheap counter business originated by Butler Brothers in Boston about ten years ago. The little "Five Cent Counter" then became a cornerstone from which the largest of all the world's branches of merchandising was to be reared. It was the "Cheap Counter" which proved to the progressive merchant his ability to sell all lines of wares under one roof. It was the Five Cent Counter "epidemic" of '77 and '78 which rushed like a mighty whirlwind from the Atlantic to the Pacific and all along its path transformed old time one line storekeepers into the wide-awake merchant princes of the present day. It was this same epidemic which made possible the world famed Department Stores of Houghton, of Boston; Macy, of New York; Wanamaker, of Philadelphia; and Lehman, of Chicago. ["American Storekeeper," 1885]