Oh the Horror! Fine Art at Sears.

by Matthew Innis |

By the middle of the 20th century, Sears and Roebuck – the former mail-order seller of watches – had grown to become America’s largest retailer, offering a wide variety of items from tools and everyday work clothes, to appliances, cars, and even houses.  Their initial success came through their appeal to the country’s rural population who had been seeking…

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