OAKWOOD CENTER was anchored by locally-owned D.H. Holmes. The store, the fifth branch in the chain, encompassed 143,000 square feet and included an in-store Public Auditorium and freestanding cafeteria.
Drawing from http://departmentstoremuseum.blogspot.com
OAKWOOD CENTER TENANTS, OCTOBER 1966:
D.H. HOLMES (with freestanding Hollway House Cafeteria and Car Care Center) / SEARS (with Coffee Shop, Beauty Salon and freestanding Auto Center) / S.H. KRESS 5 & 10 (with luncheonette) / WINN-DIXIE supermarket / Allen Shoes / Bank of the South / Barricini Candy / Barnett's Furniture / Florsheim Shoes / Goldring's / Gus Mayer ladies' & childrens ready-to-wear / Hardy Shoes / Hausmann's / K & B Drug (with luncheonette) / Kinney Shoes / Magi Gift Shop / Miller-Wohl / National Shirt Shops / Oakwood Barber Shop / Paris Hats / Steins / Steven's / Werlein's For Music / Zales Jewelers