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Sears closings spark memories of the old days

Sears is closing two of its oldest department stores-one at 79th and Kenwood, and another at 62nd and Western. They opened in 1928 and represent the retailer’s early historic steps from a mail-order house to a 20th century retail giant. What does it mean for the community and the company that they're closing their doors? (Flickr/running for asthma)

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