Other Five & Dime Stores (page 2)

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M.E. Moses 5&10
Paducah, TX
Walton's 5&10
Bentonville, AR
Bessemer, AL
The M.E. Moses 5&10 was a Texas chain which had folded by the 1990s. This may have been the first location. This is apparently the only sign left although the store itself is long closed. [map]

Sam Walton opened this Walton's 5&10 in 1950 in the former Luther Harrison's Variety Store. In 1951, the store expanded into the building next door. The company would develop into the present-day Wal-Mart chain. In 1962, the first Wal-Mart opened in Rogers, AR. This building now houses the Walmart Visitor Center & Museum. [map]

The McLellan's five-and-dime building was built in 1942. It was next door to a Woolworth store and three doors away from a Kress store. McLellan's was open at least through the 1960s. The building was restored in 2004. The building now houses the Up & Up event space and the Paisley Pig antique store. [map]

Silver's 5&10
Savannah, GA
Guerneville 5&10
Guerneville, CA
The Weed Building was built in 1900. It housed Silver's 5&10 since at least the 1920s, if not from the beginning. There was once a huge rooftop, scaffold sign with the store's name and wrap around signs on the facade at the street level. For more, see this website. [map]

The Guerneville 5&10 opened in 1949 and is still operating. [map]

former H.L. Green Co.
Atlanta, GA

former H.L. Green Co.
Columbus, GA
The H.L. Green Co. five and dime chain was established in 1932. By 1957, there were 227 stores. The stores had all closed by the late 1990s.

This store in Atlanta was built around 1950. The building has been vacant for many years but the signs remain [map]

The Columbus store was here by 1955. It was previously a Silver's five and dime store. The building now houses Momma Goldberg's Deli but the signs remain. [map]

Ward's 5&10
Closter, NJ
East Aurora, NY
Ward's 5&10 opened in 1960. For more, see this website. [map]

Vidler's opened in 1930 as The Fair Store. In 1945, the store was renamed Vidler's 5 & 10. The Vidler on the Roof statue was added in 2010. For more, see this website. [map]

Los Angeles, CA
This Wal-Mart was built as a Broadway department store in 1947. It was occupied by Macy's from 1996-1999 and reopened as Wal-Mart around 2001. Wal-Mart closed in 2016. The main tenant's space was still vacant in 2021. For more, see this website. [map]

Harold's [gone]
Elmira, NY
Harold's may have been the original occupant of this Art Deco building. There were tiles near the entrance that still spelled out the name. The building housed the "Harold's Army & Navy" surplus store for many years but it had been vacant since the 1990s. The building was demolished in 2015. For more, see this website.

Kingman, AZ
Lowell, AZ
Superior, AZ
The Sprouse-Reitz five-and-dime store chain was established in 1909. It was headquartered in Portland, OR. At one time, there were more than 300 stores in 11 states in the West. In later years, the company changed its name to "Sprouse!." By 1994, all the stores had closed. For more, see these websites: 1, 2, 3, and 4.

The Kingman store opened in the 1940s. The building now houses the Western Arizona Council of Governments. [map]

The Kingman and Lowell buildings were vacant when these photos were taken in 2012. [map]

The Superior building was built in 1940. It was also vacant when this photo was taken in 2017. [map]

More Five and Dime Stores & Department Stores:
National 5&10 (Newark, DE)
Lazarus Department Store (Cumberland, MD)
Neisner's 5&10 (Albany, NY) [map]
Northville 5&10: 1, 2 (Northville, NY) [map]
Dooley's 5-10 & 25 Store (Fredericksburg, TX)
Young's 5&10 (Charleston, WV)

Department Stores & Malls:
Dead Malls
Department Store Museum
Lazarus Department Stores
Malls of America
Pleasant Family Shopping

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