Talk:Boston Store

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Note to the Original Author: "The Switzerland-based Bergner family lost control of the company in a bitter fight. Eventually ownership ended with Saks, Inc."

After researching the Bergner company at the Peoria Public Library, the Bergner family lost control of the company when the last relative of Peter Alan Bergner died, which was in 1938. The Maus company bought it and it was sold to Saks in the 1990's.

I believe that you meant that "the Switzerland-based company lost control of the company..."

--Isipeoria 23:22, 10 December 2005 (UTC)

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