Above: In November 1934, Brock Electrical Company hung a sign at the new location of Sears Roebuck and Company, 213 East Main Street in Lexington. Sears had moved its merchandise from the old location on the south side of East Main into this new building.
Left: The current mall entrance to Sears at Fayette Mall in Lexington. Sears is closing the store, and the mall plans to redevelop the space.
Above: In November 1934, Brock Electrical Company hung a sign at the new location of Sears Roebuck and Company, 213 East Main Street in Lexington. Sears had moved its merchandise from the old location on the south side of East Main into this new building. Left: The current mall entrance to Sears at Fayette Mall in Lexington. Sears is closing the store, and the mall plans to redevelop the space. Lafayette Studio Collection/UK Special Collections
Above: In November 1934, Brock Electrical Company hung a sign at the new location of Sears Roebuck and Company, 213 East Main Street in Lexington. Sears had moved its merchandise from the old location on the south side of East Main into this new building. Left: The current mall entrance to Sears at Fayette Mall in Lexington. Sears is closing the store, and the mall plans to redevelop the space. Lafayette Studio Collection/UK Special Collections

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July 02, 2013 4:03 PM

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