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A Look at Early Target Stores of the 1960s
Helen
07 sep 2013 14:38

In 2012, Target celebrated the 50th anniversary of the launch of its first store and shared several images of what the chain store looked like in those early days. A discounted offshoot of the long-running Dayton’s department store, the Dayton family opened their very first Target store in 1962 in Roseville, Minnesota and from the get-go used their now iconic red bullseye logo. By the end of the 1960s, the company had opened 17 stores into Colorado, Missouri and Texas, and boasted sales over...

In 2012, Target celebrated the 50th anniversary of the launch of its first store and shared several images of what the chain store looked like in those early days.

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Old Relics Create a Visual History of Our Past
Helen
04 sep 2013 13:43

As the digital age continues to dominate our world, from smart phones to 3D TVs to everything in between, the days of typewriters and rotary dial phones are moving further and further into the past. In honor of a more simple time, artist Robert Moran created this series entitled Relics. For each image, he isolated old fashioned objects and documented them as a type of visual record.The Maine-based photographer created the project to preserve the memory of inventions that have provided a...

As the digital age continues to dominate our world, from smart phones to 3D TVs to everything in between, the days of typewriters and rotary dial phones are moving further and further into the past.

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