Bamberger's: New Jersey's Greatest Store

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Overview
For almost one hundred years, generations of New Jersey customers flocked to Bamberger's. From its grand Newark flagship to numerous suburban locations, the store was hailed for its myriad quality merchandise and its dedicated staff. Its promotional events were the highlight of every season, from the Thanksgiving Parade to elaborate Christmas festivals featuring celebrities such as Bob Hope, Carol Channing and Jerry Lewis. Though the once mighty flagship closed in 1992, Bamberger's is still fondly remembered as a retail haven. With vintage photographs, interviews with store insiders and favorite recipes, nationally renowned department store historian and New Jersey native Michael J. Lisicky brings the story of New Jersey's Greatest Store back to life.
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ISBN: 9781467136440
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
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State: New Jersey
Series: Landmarks
Images: 90
Pages: 160
Dimensions: 6 (w) x 9 (h)
Author
Michael Lisicky is a nationally recognized department store historian, lecturer and author. His books have received critical acclaim in such major newspapers as the Washington Post, the Philadelphia Inquirer, the Boston Globe, the Tampa Tribune and the Baltimore Sun. His book Gimbels Has It! was cited as “one of the freshest reads of 2011” by National Public Radio's Morning Edition program. Mr. Lisicky has given lectures at such locations as the New York Public Library, the Boston Public Library, New York Fashion Week, the D.C. Public Library and at the 2011 Wanamaker Organ Centennial Week celebration in Philadelphia. He also served as a historical consultant for the Oscar-nominated film Carol and has been featured in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, on National Public Radio and CBS's Sunday Morning television program. Mr. Lisicky resides in Baltimore, where he is also an oboist with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. He is also the author of Baltimore Symphony Orchestra: A Century of Sound.
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