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Living History from Utica's Woolworth's Store Turning 50?

It’s hard to believe it’s been 23 years since the Woolworth’s Five and Dime stores officially closed their doors for good. The first Woolworth’s opened in Utica in 1878 and it was a retail game-changer. As the years went by, the store grew leaps and bounds and there are still nostalgic remnants from the store around today and some of them are actually alive (note the photo of a turtle above). Continue reading…
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