An inside look at the first Sears retail store in Evansville, Illinois (a suburb of Chicago), in 1925. Note the merchandise displays – in prior stores, shoppers could only view a single display, which was under the watchful eye of a salesperson. This is the first time a shopper could take a product directly from the pile, inspect it themselves, and bring it to the register to purchase it.
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