Once known as the aWanamaker of the South, a Cohen Brothers department store captured the hearts of thousands of Jacksonville residents. Metro Jacksonville writers Ennis Davis and Sarah Gojekian take a wonderful trip through the store, from its beginnings as a dry goods enterprise in a small log cabin to its growth into a trend-setting retail institution and the final poignant closing of its doors. Davis and Gojekian brilliantly combine interviews with former employees, stories from the vibrant atmosphere the store created and memories from longtime residents to bring readers back to the bright glow and elegance of one of the Southas most distinctive enterprises.They didna#39;t have to rely on Sunday advertising inserts to get customers. ... Real customer service. ... JCPenney. Company, . Inc. In 1950, the Windsor Hotel was demolished to make room for a parking lot. According to I. Morris, vice-president ofanbsp;...
|Author||:||Ennis Davis, Sarah Gojekian|
|Publisher||:||The History Press - 2012|