17 photos show the meteoric rise and fall of Macy's, JCPenney, and Sears
Iconic department store chains that once ruled the American mall have announced hundreds of location closures in the past year.
Fayette Mall, 1998
Karla Morton, left, and Gerri Wray, both 22 year old University of Louisville students, shopped at the Gap, May 13, 1998 inside Fayette Mall. The Gap is still at the mall, but the store to the left, Lechters Housewares went out of business in 2001. Photo by Charles Bertram | staff
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