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My mother was a "Layout Artist" at the May Company

How cool, Peter! Thanks for commenting!

I remember going to the tower and shopping at Daniels and Fisher in the early 50s. Thanks for the marvelous memories.

Thanks for reading, Susan!

My father worked in the toy department. He talked about a very tall man that ran the elevator.

I bet that was a fun department to work in! Thanks for reading, Michele!

You're thinking of the doorman, Karl Zandell, who stood 7'3" and weighed 287 lbs

I remember shopping there with my mother in the 1950s and visiting a doctors office located on one of the high floors of the tower. Riding the elevator all that way up was an adventure.

I bet that was a treat! Thanks for sharing, Lois!

I recently visited the D & F Tower for a show at Lannie's Clocktower Cabaret. It's incredible to see and read descriptions of what Daniels & Fisher looked like in its heyday. I wouldn't mind a leisurely shopping experience, followed by a cup of tea and a scenic view of the Rocky Mountains. In some ways, we can never match the elegance and ceremony of former eras.


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