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A view of fourth floor Shriver-Johnson department store. The department store was one of the first locations to have elevators in town.

A view of fourth floor Shriver-Johnson department store. The department store was one of the first locations to have elevators in town.

Woodward & Lothrop Tea Room.  
The Woodward & Lothrop department store was located between 10th, 11th, F, and G Streets NW in downtown Washington, D.C., from 1887 until the store closed in 1995. A brief history of the store is at:  streetsofwashington.blogspot.com/2010/11/woodward-lothrop...

Woodward & Lothrop Tea Room. The Woodward & Lothrop department store was located between 10th, 11th, F, and G Streets NW in downtown Washington, D.C., from 1887 until the store closed in 1995. A brief history of the store is at: streetsofwashington.blogspot.com/2010/11/woodward-lothrop...

Sioux Falls offered a children's train in the 1950s. Joyland park operated until 1963.

Sioux Falls offered a children's train in the 1950s. Joyland park operated until 1963.

A crew of firemen outside of Central Fire Station. Date of the photo is unknown but the station was built in 1912.

A crew of firemen outside of Central Fire Station. Date of the photo is unknown but the station was built in 1912.

Shriver-Johnson Department Store, located on 11th and Phillips Ave. The once great department store moved after 65 years to the Western Mall. Today, Shriver's Square building is home to main floor businesses and lofts.

Shriver-Johnson Department Store, located on 11th and Phillips Ave. The once great department store moved after 65 years to the Western Mall. Today, Shriver's Square building is home to main floor businesses and lofts.

I bet you didn't know that Sioux Falls once has a tiny ferris wheel? Joyland Park operated in the 1950s and 60s by 33rd and Duluth Ave. Check out GreetingsfromSiouxFalls.com for more pictures.

I bet you didn't know that Sioux Falls once has a tiny ferris wheel? Joyland Park operated in the 1950s and 60s by 33rd and Duluth Ave. Check out GreetingsfromSiouxFalls.com for more pictures.

Greetings From Sioux Falls Presents:The Cataract Hotel. Once upon a time there was no other happenin' place in Sioux Falls. Because of this, they started the address system at the corner of 9th and Phillips (the website's probably correct in saying that pizza delivery guys get confused by the addresses). Click the link to see more cool pictures of what once was and what is there now.

Greetings From Sioux Falls Presents:The Cataract Hotel. Once upon a time there was no other happenin' place in Sioux Falls. Because of this, they started the address system at the corner of 9th and Phillips (the website's probably correct in saying that pizza delivery guys get confused by the addresses). Click the link to see more cool pictures of what once was and what is there now.

Greetings From Sioux Falls Presents: Trolleys. Mr. Pettigrew, a mastermind to innovation in Sioux Falls (and not to be forgotten, SD's first senator) decided Trolleys were a great idea. This one pictured is from 1887. Throughout the years the Trolleys became electric and today, run on gas. Of course they look more modern now, but you'll have to experience it for yourself when you come to Sioux Falls.

Greetings From Sioux Falls Presents: Trolleys. Mr. Pettigrew, a mastermind to innovation in Sioux Falls (and not to be forgotten, SD's first senator) decided Trolleys were a great idea. This one pictured is from 1887. Throughout the years the Trolleys became electric and today, run on gas. Of course they look more modern now, but you'll have to experience it for yourself when you come to Sioux Falls.

Undated postcard view of the Fountain Cafe and Tea Room at Davidson Bros. Co. in Sioux City, Iowa.

Undated postcard view of the Fountain Cafe and Tea Room at Davidson Bros. Co. in Sioux City, Iowa.

Greetings From Sioux Falls Presents: The Egyptian Theater. The Egyptian Theater stood behind the present Phillips Avenue Diner.

Greetings From Sioux Falls Presents: The Egyptian Theater. The Egyptian Theater stood behind the present Phillips Avenue Diner.

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