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California Woolworth Stores

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former Woolworth
San Bernardino, CA
This Woolworth store was built around 1936. This building appeared to be vacant when these photos were taken in 2013. [map]

former Woolworth
Los Angeles, CA
This Woolworth store was built in 1920. This facade was added in 1941. Since 2013, the building has housed a Ross Dress for Less store. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]

former Woolworth
Los Angeles, CA
This Woolworth store was designed by S. Charles Lee and built in 1930. For more, see this website. [map]

former Woolworth
Bakersfield, CA
This Woolworth building was built in 1939 as an Owl Drug Store. I don't know when it became a Woolworth but the company was definitely there by the 1950s. The building now houses the Five and Dime Antique Mall. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]

former Woolworth
Oxnard, CA
This former Woolworth was built in 1950. The building was vacant for many years and then restored in 2003. It is now home to the Fresh & Fabulous Cafe and the A Little Piece of Heaven Bakery. Both entrances feature terrazzo floors. For more, see this website. [map]

former Woolworth
Palo Alto, CA
This Woolworth opened in 1949 and closed in 1989. The building later housed Longs Drugs. It now houses a CVS Pharmacy. [map]

former Woolworth
Ventura, CA
The facade on this former Woolworth was added 1948. The building dates to 1886. I don't know when the Woolworth first opened. [map]

former Woolworth
San Diego, CA
former Woolworth
San Diego, CA
The first former Woolworth shown above was built in 1922. [map]

The second former Woolworth shown above was built in 1910. It housed San Diego Hardware from 1922-2006. The building now houses the Lucky Bastard Saloon. [map]

former Woolworth
San Diego, CA
This former Woolworth was built in 1949. It has been vacant since at least 2008. These photos are from 2016. [map]

More California Woolworth Stores:
Alhambra [vintage; building still there but heavily remodeled]

Main Woolworth Page Five & Dime Stores
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