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Titche’s Discovers the Suburbs — 1961-1968

Titche’s had been in business for 59 years before it opened its second store.

The Expanded “Texas Size” Titche’s Building: Twelve Glamorous Acres of Department Store — 1955

In 1955, the Titche-Goettinger store was Dallas’ largest.

Need a Handgun? Head Over to Titche’s! — 1963

The department store with something for everyone.

Titche-Goettinger, Fashions for the Chic Dallas Woman — 1940s

Chic Texas women shopped in Dallas.

Historic Neon: The Super-Cool Sigel’s Sign

One of Dallas’ most iconic neon signs lives on!

A Few Photo Additions to Past Posts — #6

New photos added to old posts.

50 Years Before Main Street Garden Park

Blocking the view of the Statler Hilton!

Labor Day Parade — 1911

A parade of workers, 3,000-strong.

Main Street — ca. 1942

Imagine WWII-era Main St. without people and cars.

The Elegant Municipal Building — 1914

The building that looks least like something you’d find in Texas is one of Dallas’ most beautiful.