Westland Mall; Columbus, Ohio - Labelscar: The Retail History Blog
Tucked away on the west side of Columbus on the corner of Broad Street/U.S. 40 and the I-270 belt, Westland Mall has without a doubt seen better days. Opened in 1969 as an outdoor mall, Westland was enclosed in 1982 and has not been renovated since. As such, it has fallen victim to the flight …
The Boys Next Door
Thank You To Mike From The Movie Shots LA Website For Finding The Apartment Building And To Lindsay From The IAMNOTASTALKER Website For Telling The World About This Interesting And Tough To Find Location Thank You To Benovite, Narvo and Lisa Kurtz Sutton For Telling Me Where The Arcade Used To Be Located (0:04) The High School / Reseda High School; 18230 Kittridge Street, Reseda (Note: The View Of The School Seen In The First Screen Shot Is On The Kittridge Street Side Of The Building And…
1970’s Shopping Malls
Some people that you randomly come across like Jason Cawood just go around and collect, take, and share great vintage images that i’ve probably had on my computer for awhile now and I donR…
"Mall Series": Documenting the Daily Life of People at a Mall in 1984 by Stephen DiRado - ERIC KIM
Eric’s Note: Stephen DiRado is based in Worcester, MA. and has been exhibiting his photographs since 1983. He is a Photography Senior Lecturer in the Studio Arts Program in the Visual and Performing Arts Department at Clark University. Stephen has also recently received the prestigious Guggenheim fellowship to continue his photographic projects. In addition, he has finished his film “Summer Spent,” […]
Sangertown Square; New Hartford, New York - Labelscar: The Retail History Blog
Sangertown Square, the only remaining enclosed shopping mall serving the Utica-Rome metropolitan area, opened in 1980 and today has around 70 stores and five anchor stores spread across 880,000 square feet, and it still sports a fair amount of its original late '70s/early '80s glory.
40 More Photos Taken At Malls In 1989
In 1989, Michael Galinsky drove cross-country documenting the malls of America. Now, 20 years and internet fame later, he's trying to get a book of their amazing photographs published. Check out these 40 pictures Michael's allowing us to post, and also go to their Kickstarter page so you can donate to the cause. If you donate $30 you get a free book!