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Gold and Company (Gold's) was a department store located in downtown Lincoln, Nebraska.wikipedia
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Gold's merged with the Brandeis department store in 1964 and closed in 1980.
Brandeis acquired Gold and Company, a Lincoln-based department store in 1964.
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Gold and Company (Lincoln), acquired by J.L. Brandeis and Sons Store in 1964. Building now Gold's Galleria office/retail complex.
Gold and Company (Gold's) was a department store located in downtown Lincoln, Nebraska.
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Brandeis operated the store for several years until 1980 when the company was shattered also forcing them to sell the downtown Omaha Brandeis flagship shortly after.
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