A site plan of the circa-'66 center. A sneak preview opening early in the year featured thirty-six inline stores. The full complement of fifty-four were open by early 1967.


An interior view of the mall, showing its "Wonderfall Fountain". This was a simulated water feature that used strands of nylon to conduct drops of glycerine from ceiling to floor. Faux fountains such as this were almost a standard feature in a fully-enclosed 1960s shopping mall.
Photo from http://pleasantfamilyshopping.blogspot.com