Our mission is simple: to document retail around the Mid-South. Posts go up once monthly with the exceptions of February and October, resulting in a minimum of ten posts per year; however, our schedule is subject to expand or contract as necessary. Our features range from simple store tours (or "stours," as I like to call them) covering present-day establishments, to preservation-oriented spreadsheets, to much more extensive essays investigating the histories of local "lost retail." We even have posts on retail subjects from beyond the region. Feel free to use the tabs on our sidebar (visible on the right side of your screen, on the site's desktop version) to meet our authors, search and explore the blog's archives, view all the posts in our various series, check out other similar blogs, and more. If you don't know where to begin, check out the randomly generated "Free Sample" post to get a taste of the blog's content.
This blog claims no ownership of, or relation to, any organization, retail or otherwise, whose property may be featured in pictures or in links within posts. We are not affiliated with, or endorsed by, any entity featured on the blog. However, we do claim ownership of our content (unless it is credited otherwise), and take pride in our website. We also appreciate your loyalty, so please know that your comments and contributions are always welcome! The blog's email address can be found in the bio at my profile page (Retail Retell, under the "Contributors" tab), and in most of our posts.
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Hi, I'd like to talk to the account administrator regarding some photos that were taken of the Clarksdale, MS Kroger. Mississippi State University is working on a project and I'm interested in securing permission to use a few photos. Please contact me at email@example.comReplyDelete
I've sent an email to the address indicated. Hopefully it has gone through. Thank you!Delete
Hey there! I'd really like to connect with the person who runs this blog, as you posted an image of an old Stuckey's on your Flickr site in Como, Mississippi that is where blues legend Fred McDowell once worked. I'd like permission to reprint the image. My address is firstname.lastname@example.org. Please contact me! I am the granddaughter of the founder of Stuckey's and run the company now. Thank you! - Stephanie StuckeyReplyDelete
I just saw your comment over on flickr as well -- thanks for reaching out! I will definitely be in touch. Thank you!Delete