MALL OF NEW HAMPSHIRE, circa-1980. With a GLA of 525,000 leasable square feet and retail roster of over eighty stores and services, the complex was the largest shopping mall in the state. It held this title until the completion of PHEASANT LANE MALL, in nearby Nashua (and a bit of Massachusetts), in 1986.


MALL OF NEW HAMPSHIRE TENANTS 1980:

FILENE'S / LECHMERE / SEARS (with attached Auto Center) / Amoskeag Banks / Artisans / A.S. Beck Shoes / Athlete's Foot / B. Dalton Bookseller / Bathique / Bit-A-Sweet / Blake's / Brookstone / Casual Corner / Cherry, Webb & Touraine / Chess King / Cummings / Darrell's Music / Designs by Levi / Digital Computer Store / Larring Tree / Famous Chocolate Chip / Fabric Gallery / Fanny Farmer Candies / Florsheim Shoes / Foxmoor Casuals / Game & Hobby World / GNC / The Gift Nook / Gingiss Formalwear / Great Expectations / Hanover Shoes / Heritage Gallery / Hermann's World of Sports / Hickory Farms of Ohio / I Natural / Jack & Jill / John's Hallmark / Joy of Cooking / Karten's Jewelers / Kay Jewelers / Kay-Bee Toys / Lamps & Shade World / Leen's / The Limited / London Harness / Lynchs / McDonald's / Memory Lane / Mothercare / Music World / Orange Julius / Ormond / Paco's Tacos / Papa Gino's Pizza / Pearle Vision Center / Pennysworth / Perkins Tobacconist / Personal Touch / Phone Center Store / Photo Corral / Primavera / Proving Ground / Quality Pets / Radio Shack / Red Cross Shoes / Rite Aid Drug / Scandinavian Design / Shirts Plus / So-Fro Fabrics / South Branch / Spencer Gifts / Stowell / Stuart Shanes / Tarrant Cutlery / The Lodge / 
The Weathervane / Thom McAn Shoes / T. Shop / Tiffany / Tite Fashion / Tri-Travel / Tweeter, Etcetera / Ups 'n Downs / Wallachs / Wongs / Yogurtime / Zales Jewelers