Weinstock's, originally Weinstock, Lubin, and Co., was an American department store chain headquartered in Sacramento, California. The chain was purchased by Hale's in 1949, becoming part of Broadway-Hale Stores, later Carter Hawley Hale, which was later purchased by Federated Department Stores (now Macy's, Inc.) in 1995. Shortly after the purchase, most of the Weinstock's stores were converted to Macy's, while the remaining stores were either closed or sold.
- K Street Flagship, 4th and K (currently site of Macy's), 1903-1922; 1123 K Street, 1922-1979
- Sacramento- Country Club Plaza, Opened 1961, Later Macy's, Currently vacant
- Sacramento- Arden Fair Mall, Opened 1961, Currently Macy's
- Stockton- Weberstown Mall, Opened 1966, Demolished and replaced by Dillard's
- Reno, NV- Park Lane Mall, Opened 1967, demolished
- Sacramento- Florin Mall, Opened 1967, demolished
- Fresno- Fashion Fair Mall, Opened 1970, Later Gottschalks, Currently Forever 21
- Citrus Heights- Sunrise Mall, Opened 1972, Currently Macy's
- Modesto- Vintage Faire Mall, Opened 1977, Later Gottschalks, Currently Forever 21
- Murray, UT- Fashion Place, Opened 1978, Later Dillard's, Demolished in 2016, Currently Macy's
- Sacramento- Downtown Plaza, Opened 1979, Later Macy's Mens & Home, now demolished
- Salt Lake City, UT- Crossroads Plaza, Opened 1980, demolished
- Ogden, UT- Ogden City Mall, Opened 1980, demolished
- "Weinstock, Lubin, and Co.", Department Store Museum
- Weinstock's: Sacramento's Finest Department Store, Annette Kassis
- "Macy's Inc. History - 1990-1999". Macy's. Retrieved 2009-03-19.
- Bancroft Library Imaging Service Center (2010). "Weinstock Lubin Department Store, Sacramento, CA ca. 1915". California State Library, California History Section. Retrieved 2010-03-10.
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