This effort was framed and hung in the drug store window
by the side of the ear of corn with an uneven number of rows.
Last Christmas Eve and all Christmas Day Jurgis had toiled on the killing beds, and Ona at wrapping hams, and still they had found strength enough to take the children for a walk upon the avenue, to see the store windows
all decorated with Christmas trees and ablaze with electric lights.
Years later, the girl - all grown up - spots the dress in a thrift store window
. It's perfect for her own daughter - so a new journey of a girl and her dress begins.
and declare art an appointment plucked from a shoe store window
Whenever he got a chance that afternoon, he would look out the store window
to be sure the car was still there.
The first many customers knew about the closure was a sign stuck in the store window
One day, a bird leads her to a store window
filled with a lush ocean of greenery.
Christmas tree, toys and ornaments displayed in a store window
- Photo courtesy/Kareem CAIRO -- 20 December 2017: As the Christmas season rolls around, the Governor of Cairo, Atef Abdel Hamid, announced on Wednesday that Cairo's public parks will open their doors to the public for free on Christmas day, which falls on January 7.
The concept of holiday department store window
displays was said to have started with (http://www.visitmacysusa.com/blog/herald-square-holiday-windows) Macy's , as the retailer began featuring in the early 1870s.
It was Thanksgiving weekend, 1936, and hundreds of Clintonians filed past a store window
on High Street.
His survey pairs social observation with an artistic eye to consider urban displays as varied as graffiti, murals and store window
A DEPARTMENT store window
was smashed, causing more than PS2,000 worth of damage.