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The 2008 Historic Mooresville Calendar, which featured archival photographs from Mooresville's history. The month of November was sponsored by John Mack & Sons Department Store and includes photographs of the family and the business.
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A program printed in honor of the Diamond Anniversary celebration of John Mack & Son Department store in Mooresville, North Carolina. The program contains photographs from the store's 75 continuous years of operation and includes an early history of…
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Photograph depicting a Christmas float decorated with a Christmas tree in the 1966 Andrews, North Carolina Christmas Parade.
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Photograph of a Christmas float decorated in a Christmas toy theme, taken in 1966.
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Photograph of a Christmas float in a 1966 parade, children laying in a bed with stockings hung for Santa Claus in Andrews, North Carolina.
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Photograph depicting a Nativity Scene Christmas float in the 1966 Andrews, North Carolina Christmas parade.
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Photograph of Santa Claus in front of the Jabaley Department Store in a decorated convertible for the 1966 Christmas parade in Andrews, North Carolina.
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Gift box from the Khouri's department store, previously the Jabaley's Department Store, displaying a phone number (321 - 5617) and city location (Andrews, N.C.).
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Woman riding on a corvette during a 1966 Christmas Parade in front of Jabaley's Department Store in Andrews, North Carolina.
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The Jabaley Department Store float in the Andrews Fourth of July parade, with two of the El-Khouri girls visible on the float and unidentified citizens in the background.
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An interior photograph of Joseph El-Khouri working in Jabaley's Department Store with four unidentified clerks. The store belonged to Rose Isaac El-Khouri's relatives and managed by Joseph El-Khouri. Joseph purchased the business in 1965, renaming it…
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An interior photograph of Jabaley's, the department store in Andrews, North Carolina, belonging to Rose Isaac El-Khouri's relatives and managed by Joseph El-Khouri. Joseph purchased the business in 1965, renaming it Khouri's. The business remained…
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An exterior photograph of Jabaley's, the department store in Andrews, North Carolina, belonging to Rose Isaac El-Khouri's relatives and managed by Joseph El-Khouri. Joseph purchased the business in 1965, renaming it Khouri's. The business remained…
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An exterior photograph of Jabaley's, the department store in Andrews, North Carolina, belonging to Rose Isaac El-Khouri's relatives and managed by Joseph El-Khouri. Joseph purchased the business in 1965, renaming it Khouri's. The business remained…
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A photograph of a window display at John Mack & Son. Bahia Mack Weaver was known as an innovative merchandiser, a tradition carried on by her niece, Madeline Mack. This photograph, of a window display featuring live models Joan Morrow (left) and…
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Bahia Mack Weaver, John Mack's youngest child, posing in front of John Mack & Son Store. Bahia served as a buyer and manager of the store through 1939.
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The grand opening upon the major remodel of John Mack & Son, which took place in the mid-1950s. Second from left is Mitchell, next to his father Side, and sister Madeline. Other individuals in the photograph are unidentified.
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A photograph of one of the intricate window displays created by Madeline Mack at John Mack & Son department store.
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