List of department stores of the United States

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This is a list of department stores of the United States from past and present.

Department stores[edit]

Currently operating[edit]

Independent department stores[edit]

  • Bealls (Florida)
  • Boyds (Philadelphia)
  • Charleston Department Stores (Charleston, West Virginia)
  • Christensen's (Eatonville, Washington)
  • David M. Brian (Walnut Creek and Greenbrae, California) owned by McCaulou's
  • Dueber's (Tyler, Arlington, Cokato, Wheaton and Glencoe, Minnesota)
  • Fischers (Watertown, Wisconsin)
  • Fords Federated Store (Hamilton, Montana)
  • Getz's (Marquette, Michigan)
  • Goff's (Blaine, Washington)
  • Gus Mayer (Birmingham, Alabama and Nashville, Tennessee)
  • Jeremys (San Francisco and Berkeley, California)
  • Jos. Kuhn & Co. (Champaign, Illinois)
  • La Epoca (Miami, Florida)
  • LaVogue Department Store (Hoquiam, Washington)
  • Leader Department Store (Cambridge, Minnesota)
  • Lochners (Zumbrota, Minnesota)
  • Mack & Dave's Department Store (Huntington, West Virginia)
  • McCaulou's Department Store (Lafayette, California)
  • Murphy's (Stillwater, Oklahoma)
  • Neilson's (Oxford, Mississippi)
  • Norby's (Detroit Lakes, Minnesota)
  • Ossell's Department Store (Princeton, Minnesota)
  • Ruben's (Augusta, Georgia)
  • Rubensteins (formerly Rubenstein Brothers) (New Orleans, Louisiana)
  • Stahlke's (Mora, Minnesota)
  • Tomah Cash Mercantile (Tomah, Wisconsin)
  • V. Butler's Store (Aitkin, Minnesota)
  • Wayne's Hub Department Store (Slayton, Minnesota)
  • Weaver's (Lawrence, Kansas)
  • Wilson's Department Store (Greenfield, Massachusetts)
  • Young's Department Store (Middle River, Minnesota)
  • Wilson's (Greenfield, Massachusetts)

Discount stores[edit]


See also[edit]