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Text:"... as the Red Star” store has attained the century mark. Its' nickname, Red Star, derives from a tattooed star on the forearm of founder RowlandHusseyMacy, in token of his early Nantucket whaling days when he..."
Date:Jan 16 1958
Publication:Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States of America
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Text:".... Staying power Firm has endured world wars, Great Depression, and the LBO NEW YORK ) The retailer that evolved from a dry goods shop started by one-time Nantucket whaler RowlandHusseyMacy today boasts..."
Date:Oct 1 1990
Publication:Doylestown, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... 46.2 acres on a block in New York City, is the world's largest store: sales of the company for 1972-73 ex- ceeded, one billion dollars. RowlandHusseyMacy's sales on bis first day at his "fancy goods..."
Date:July 2 1974
Publication:Nashua, New Hampshire, United States of America
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Text:"... of the company for 1972 73 exceeded one billion dollars. RowlandHusseyMacy's sales on his first day at his goods October amounted to These improvements when finished will allow a more expanded use..."
Date:July 5 1974
Publication:Frederick, Maryland, United States of America
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Text:"... than million in a single day. RowlandHusseyMacy started the store in 1858 and did a business of during the first year. Macy's now operates five other large stores besides the one in New York and all..."
Date:Dec 20 1958
Publication:Burlington, North Carolina, United States of America
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Text:".... Macy Co., Inc., covering 46.2 acres on a block in New York City, is the world's largest store: sales of the company for 1972-73 exceeded one billion dollars. RowlandHusseyMacy's sales on his first day..."
Date:June 22 1974
Publication:Mt Vernon, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"... of some of the earliest American Coffins, the Eldredget, the Myricks, and the In the eighth generation of UK Macys there was bom, in 1822, one RowlandHusseyMacy, the man who was destined to found..."
Date:Feb 10 1923
Publication:Hamilton, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... City, is the world's largest store: sales of the for 1972-73 ex- ceeded one billion dollars. RowlandHusseyMacy's sales on his first day at his "fancy goods store, October 27, 1858, amounted..."
Date:June 26 1974
Publication:Blytheville, Arkansas, United States of America
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Text:".... Staying power Firm has endured world wars, Great Depression, and the LEO NEW YORK (AP) The retailer that evolved from a dry goods shop started by one-time Nantucket whaler RowlandHusseyMacy today boasts..."
Date:Oct 1 1990
Publication:Doylestown, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... with RowlandHusseyMacy. The family remained at the helm until 1968, when Straus1 father, Jack I. Straus, gave up his position as chairman and chief executive of Macy's. Born in Manhattan, Kenneth Straus..."
Date:July 28 1996
Publication:Doylestown, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... Thanksgiving Day parade in New York, to private ownership. The company was started 127 years ago by RowlandHusseyMacy, a former Nantucket whaler who opened the first Macy store in downtown Manhattan to sell..."
Date:Oct 23 1985
Publication:Lumberton, North Carolina, United States of America
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Text:"... ago. Big Store R.H. Macy Co., Inc., cover- ing 46.2 acres on a block in New York City, is the world's largest store: sales of the company for 1972-73 ex- ceeded one billion dollars. RowlandHusseyMacy..."
Date:June 30 1974
Publication:Fort Pierce, Florida, United States of America
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Text:"..., many of whom live in distant lands; the others include the peo- ple who daily pour through the New York store's 13 entrances. Responsible for the store's origin was a seafaring Quaker, RowlandHussey..."
Date:Feb 23 1958
Publication:Long Beach, California, United States of America
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Text:"..., QimbeTs department store, and as the subject of the perennial Christmas movie favorite "Mracie on 34th Street." Started in 1858 by RowlandHusseyMacy, a fonner Nantucket whaler who had failed..."
Date:Mar 3 1988
Publication:Santa Ana, California, United States of America
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Text:"... for 1972 73 exceeded one billion dollars. RowlandHusseyMacy's sales on his first day et his "fancy goods ANNAPOLIS (AP) A spend whatever money is re- three-member panel set up to ook into the awarding..."
Date:Mar 20 1975
Publication:Salisbury, Maryland, United States of America
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Text:"... Clarence Polk ering 46.2 acres on a block in New York City, is the world's largest store, sales of the com- pany for 1972 73 exceeded one billion dollars. RowlandHusseyMacy's sales on his first day at his..."
Date:June 23 1974
Publication:Salisbury, Maryland, United States of America
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Text:"... on a block in New York City, is the world’s largest store: sales of the company for 1972-73 exceeded one billion dollars. RowlandHusseyMacy’s sales on his first day at his “Fan^'y goods Hior«',” Oru)' rMCU..."
Date:Nov 16 1975
Publication:Jacksonville, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"... acres on a block in New York City, is the world's largest store: sales of the company for 1972-73 ex- ceeded one billion dollars. RowlandHusseyMacy's sales on his first day at his "fancy goods October..."
Date:Nov 15 1975
Publication:Sheboygan, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"..., to private ownership. ; The company was started 127 years ;ago by RowlandHusseyMacy, a former Nantucket whaler who opened Ithe first Macy store in downtown [Manhattan to sell fancy goods and ;stationery..."
Date:Oct 22 1985
Publication:Ironwood, Michigan, United States of America
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Text:"... department store chain from soon after its found- ing in when Lazarus an immigrant from be- came a partner with RowlandHusseyMacy. The family remained at the helm until when Straus' Jack I. gave up his..."
Date:July 28 1996
Publication:Doylestown, Pennsylvania, United States of America
 
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