The original MONDAWMIN CENTER trademark.
Graphic from The Baltimore Afro-American

MONDAWMIN CENTER TENANTS 1959:

SEARS (with Coffee Shop and freestanding Auto Center) / G.C. MURPHY 5 & 10 (with luncheonette) / SUN RAY DRUG (with luncheonette) / FOOD FAIR supermarket / PENN FRUIT  supermarket / A.A. Mending Shop / Adolph's Beauty Salon / Albert's Hosiery / A.A. Beck / B & B Liquors / Benton's Tweed Shop / Bond Clothes / Bowen & King / Bragers / Buddy Dale Millinery / Burdell Jewelers / Calby's Apparel For Boys & Young Men / Castelberg's Jewelers / Calvert Rug, Incorporated / Central Savings Bank / Cotton Shops / Deborah London Dance Studio / Carl A. Doubet Jewelers / Escalator Inn / Doctor E.S. Glasser, Optometrist / Elite Laundry Dry Cleaning / Fidelity-Baltimore National Bank / Fox's Children's & Maternity Wear / Franklin Simon / Interiors By Zaid / Jimmy Wu's / Junior Whirl / Kiddie Towne / Pearl A. Kaufman Corsetieres / Lerner Shops / Lorr's Candies / Mayflower Fashion Shop / National Shirt Shops / National Shoes of New York / The Newsmart / One Hour Valet / Oppenheim- Collins / People's National Building & Loan Association / Remington Book Stores / Robilyn Fashions / Rogers Toy Shop / Ruby's Tot Shop / Charley Rudo Sporting Goods Company / Sachs Junior Shoes / Sa Lee Shops / Silber's Bakery / Sid & Sophie's Arcade / Singer Sewing Center / Slenderella Figure Salon / Stebbins Anderson / Thom McAn Shoes / Valle Barber Shop / White Coffee Pot Cafe / Wyman / Zepp Photo Supply Company



The open-air mall was rebuilt into a fully-enclosed one during 1963. Above we see a newspaper advert, published in September, which announced the grand opening of the "new" MONDAWMIN, the "seventh wonder of Baltimore." Note the reference to "eternal spring."
Advert from the Baltimore Afro-American