L. H. Field Co., Jackson, Michigan


L. H. Field Co. was remodeled and expanded in the
early 1950s, and took on a very modernistic image.


The store was extended to Cortland Street and
included a new "Rose Room" restaurant.


The original neo-gothic store building is hown before
the remodeling; Leonard H. Field was Marshall
Field's cousin. 

L. H. Field Co.
201 W. Michigan Avenue
Jackson, Michigan

STate 2-0441


FIELD'S STORE DIRECTORY



Basement
Luggage • Sporting Goods • Cameras • Paints • Hardware • Garden Shop
Field's Basement Store


Street Floor
Fine Jewelry • Jewelry • Leathergoods • The Straw Market • Hat bar • Hosiery • Fashion Accessories •Shoe Salon • Isles of Beauty • Street Floor Sportswear • Lingerie • Stationery • Notions • Book Shop • Linens • Domestics • Bath Shop • Fabrics • Art Needlework • Sewing machines • Gourmet Shop • Candy • The Rose Room Restaurant
Men's Store Men's Furnishings •Men's Sportswear •Men's Clothing •Men's Shoes •Smoke Shop • Boys Wear
Cortland Street Annex
Appliances • Televisions • Stereos • Records


Second Floor of Fashion
Sportswear Fashions • Coat Fashions • World of Dresses • Pacesetter Shop • Young Contemporary Shop • Millinery • Wiggery • Fur Salon • Bridal Salon • Field's Beauty Salon • Junior Dresses • Junior Sportswear • Junior Coats • Foundations • Sleepwear • Loungewear • Maternity Shop • Portrait Studio
Children's World Infant's Wear • Toddlers' Wear • Girls' Wear • Young Jacksonian Shop
Second Floor
China and Gifts • Silverware • Housewares



Third Floor of Home Fashions
Home Accessories • Lamps • Curtains • Draperies • Carpeting • Furniture • Bedding



BRANCH STORES

FIELD'S • WEST
Westwood Mall (1981)

9 comments:

  1. When did the last of these stores finally close?

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  2. Sorry for the delay. I believe that L. H. Field closed in 1987; it became a part of Herpolsheimer's by then.

    Bruce

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  3. My daughter worked for LH Field's in Jackson for a couple of weeks in the early 1980's until she was 'shopped' away to Jacobson's Miss J Shop. She loved working both places. The building was torn down years ago. So sad.

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  4. My mother worked in the Rose Room through the sixties until she retired. I went there many times as a child to eat, the food was pretty good. In the early seventies my best friend worked as the receiving clerk for several years. After they opened Westwood mall downtown Jackson was never the same.

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  5. Barb Baird-Pauli04 November, 2011 22:17

    Having worked at LH Field's while in my first few years of college, the experience provided a great opportunity for personal and professional growth. It was a time when management took seriously the responsibility of mentoring younger employees, providing quality service to its patrons, and a commitment to our community.

    On a lighter note, the strawberry ice cream pie in the Rose Room was fantastic.

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  6. I went to see Santa at L.H. Fields for the very first time in 1965 and still have the photos as keepsakes.

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  7. I remember seeing Santa there in the early 80's. I also remember the awesome hard candy sticks.

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  8. I have a full lenth womens fur coat from L.H. Fields and still in great condition

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  9. I have a original full length womens fur coat in great condition, from L.H. Fields probly from 60's.

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