Women Shopping in Tysons Corner (1971)

Maybe a GoDCer recognizes the women in this photo. This is a random shot we found at the Library of Congress.

These women are shopping at Hecht’s in Tysons Corner (maybe one of them works there), three years after it opened as the largest enclosed mall in the world.

three women at Tysons Corner in 1971
three women at Tysons Corner in 1971

The woman in the middle is probably the mother of the young laded on the right. And the woman on the left is telling the teenager that she needs to get the boots on the mannequin behind her.

Recognize these women?

 

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