A 1909 photo shows the original Selfridge’s location.
Marshall Field & Company’s retail store, located at Washington Randolph and Wabash in Chicago and built in 1910, was at the time the largest retail store in the world.
The Great Clock outside of the Marshall Field’s on Washington and State Streets in Chicago.
The Macy’s Herald Square store in New York in 1905.
Le Bon Marche’s Parisian storefront features intricate ironwork designed in the 1800s.
Bloomingdale’s Department Store at Lexington Avenue and 59th Street in New York in 1985.
A sketch of Harrods in London from 1905.
A sketch of Au Bon Marche, dated 1910.
Macy’s in New York.
A look at New York’s Macy’s, then the world’s largest store, in 1961.
The Fifth Avenue Au Bon Marche facade in New York in the 1950s.
The exterior of the department store Bendel’s in New York in the 1970s.