A circa-'62 site plan of the complex. It had been built as a showcase for a Stix store, which anchored the west end. The RIVER ROADS Stix was the retailer's second suburban branch. Its posh Pavilion Restaurant included a sunken outdoor garden. The mall's parking area had space for 3,200 autos.


RIVER ROADS MALL TENANTS 1962 [PARTIAL LIST]:

J.C. PENNEY / F.W. WOOLWORTH (with luncheonette and Steamboat Room restaurant) / KROGER supermarket / STIX, BAER & FULLER (with Snack Bar and Pavilion Restaurant) / Bond Clothes / Dandy Men's Store / Downs For Men / Hardy Shoes / Hartig Jewelers / Lane Bryant  / Plattner's Modern Man / Regal Shoes / Robin's Shoes / S & H Green Stamps Redemption Center / Singer Sewing Center / Spencer's Lanes Bowling Alley (basement level) / Thom McAn Shoes / Union Jack / Vicki's Cards / Walgreen Drug (with Wag's Restaurant) / Wolf's For Men