Published in the interests of the StafjMernber^^
— ~ SEATTLE, WASHINGTON
Looking Toward the Seattle World s Fair
Kor many month, ,, have been looking toward the great Seattle Worlds Fair and now t s here. ™^™*«*«£™
l».int Sinee the early days when the Fan was just a dream, on through the ^"8 ^"^ \K Poia t0 be very proud of the Fair
day. Kredei'i.k & Nelson has given its support m many ways. As c.t.zens and as stall members we a g g ^ ^
■»«l the part our store has played in making it a reality Now we are going to enjoy its wonfcsjn addit on we P> ^ Fair.
thousands of victors to our great Northwest who will also visit our store. With pride we present Doin
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Special Displays for Fair
We hope that our store will be one
"f the 'Vhou places" of the North-
u<'^t (iurinir the Fair, and to make it
*C)- our Display Division has many
p'^ns. Displays will be beautiful and
Uirird; most will change rapidly
l,(),n week lo week; some features
U|H continue all during the Fair.
''or the opening of the Fair and
[° present At Home Week which will
''** *torewide. the displays will have
11 Wthwoi theme. Wonderful rho-
('()d<'ndron>.. our state flower, will be
used profusely with our native driftwood. Northwest Indian artifacts
from the Washington State Museum
at the University of Washington will
be used in landscaped settings typical of northwest living. The trims
will be storewide: windows, first floor
ledges, escalators, and selling departments. Windows will feature outdoor
furniture and Century 21 blue fashions.
Flags will fly in gala fashion. On
the outside of the building our Am-
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We Speak Thirty-Eight
Foreign visitors to Frederick & Nelson will have no trouble shopping
even if they do not understand or
speak one word of English. That is
because we speak thirty-eight languages which includes the greater
part of the world from which our
World's Fair visitors will come.
In our recent survey of the store
to see how well prepared we were to
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Compiled by Seattle Public Library. Physical copy contains two additional publications not included in digital copy: Architecture/West, April 1962 (not digitized because it duplicates spl_c21_220672), and Sunset, April 1962 (not digitized due to copyright restrictions).
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