F.W.WoolworthAdvertisingOnABrickWall,Carbondale,PA.

Why’d You Take That Picture? F.W. Woolworth On A Brick Wall Advertising.

F.W.WoolworthAdvertisingOnABrickWall,Carbondale,PA.

F.W.Woolworth Advertising On A Brick Wall, Carbondale, PA.

A slice of advertising on an old brick wall in the downtown district of Carbondale, Pennsylvania. Happily preserved is the logo of F.W. Woolworth, the original 5 & 10 cent store that many old-timers and not so-old-timers remember from their childhood. Begun in 1878 in Lancaster, Pennsylvania and ending in 1997, Woolworth’s became the platform model for retail department stores world-wide. In 1997 with the end of Woolworth’s, the company began to focus on it’s other division, Foot Locker, focusing exclusively on sporting goods. That operation is still in existence today.

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