Seattle Woolworth Building. We loved shopping at Woolworths (we called it the "dime store" when we were kids...wood floors, all the items for sale were in divided bins (no bubble packs like today). It always smelled like fresh popcorn. Sometimes we'd eat lunch at the lunch counter.
Woolworth Spring Display - All the display windows seem to have been photographed at night and illuminated by lights in the display window. F. W. Woolworth Co. was a competitor of Sterling. This window displays “White for Spring” women’s accessories. They include belts, buckles, buttons, and bracelets and some fabric things I can’t identify. Prices are 5¢ to 20¢. The manikin head wears a little white cap and has a white collar. The image is numbered