Take your pic of one of the many regional department store chains in operation across the nation in 1956. At this time, America's regional department stores are -more often than not- known by their formal names, which date back to the late 19th century. For example, Detroit's major department store is referred to as "J.L. Hudson (Company)". In Chicago, it's "Marshall Field & Company...in Columbus, "F. & R. Lazarus (& Company)"...and in Cincinnati, "H. & S. Pogue (Company)".