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Montreal's Ogilvy's department store, founded in 1866 by James Angus Ogilvy, was once a high class store, but in 1985 it was converted into leasing arrangements with upscale retailers making Ogilvy's more like a landlord than a department store. The author outlines some of the unique characteristics of the former department store when it was known as the Grand Dame of St. Catherine Street.
Wolfe, Joshua. “Ogilvy.” Continuité No. 42 (Hiver 1989): 30–31. https://www.erudit.org/en/journals/continuite/1989-n42-continuite1052773/18536ac.pdf.
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