Portland, Oregon - circa early 1960's
Great shot of the Newberry store at Lloyd Center, early on in the mall's life. I see a drug store way out there in the far-left corner and when I zoom way in, the name appears to be "Pay: Save Drugs", I think. Something like that anyway. Can anyone corroborate this?
Things to love in this photo: 1. The kid next to the car on the left, 2. the cars!, 3. that great Newberry font, 4. the digital clock (I assume that's what it is) hanging in the upper-left corner.
Update: Thanks to the ever-sharp and historically-minded MOA readers here, I now know that that itty bitty store back there on the left is a "Pay’n Save" Drug Store. Thanks for the help everyone!
Mall history: 1960 - present
Current website: here
Current aerial view
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