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Sacramento’s

First Shopping Mall

Town & Country

Village Shops

1946

 

 



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Postcards

Postcard #S101--TOWN AND COUNTRY VILLAGE SHOPS

Fulton and Marconi Avenues, Sacramento, California.  Nationally famous shopping center with over 60 small specialty shops.  Rustic charm of early California architecture plus leisurely shopping is the keynote to its success.

 

 

Postcard #S102--TOWN AND COUNTRY VILLAGE SHOPS

Fulton and Marconi Avenues, Sacramento, California.  Entrance to the Adobe Court where the Villagers gather to folk dance several times a week.  Nationally famous for the individual design of it 60 specialty shops.

 

Postcard #S103--TOWN AND COUNTRY VILLAGE SHOPS

Fulton and Marconi Avenues, Sacramento, California.  One of the beautifully landscaped gardens in the Village.  Leisurely shopping amid colorful gardens makes this unique village of over 60 shops a nationally famous spot.

 

Postcard #S104--TOWN AND COUNTRY VILLAGE SHOPS

Fulton and Marconi Avenues, Sacramento, California.  This rustic shopping center with its old wagon wheels, tile roofs and colorful gardens has become a place of national interest—famous for its leisurely shopping and 60 specialty shops.

 

Postcard #S105--TOWN AND COUNTRY VILLAGE SHOPS

Fulton and Marconi Avenues, Sacramento, California.  Old telephone poles and bridge timbers form the basic framework of this nationally famous shopping center.  The rustic charm of its 60 shops is further enhanced by individual gardens and colorful landscaping.

 

 

 

Donated by Carol L. Flemmer.


© 2011 Carol L. Flemmer.

 

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