Friday, February 22, 2013
T-shirts are now on sale and another shipment of mugs is expected to arrive today.
Still looking for a souvenier from Lord's Department Store (1940-2013)? Lord's is now selling their Lord's t-shirts (those left over from pre-orders that were not picked up), and a new shipment of Lord's coffee mugs is expected to arrive today. The mug sells for $14.95 and has a photo of the store along with the years 1940-2013 on the front, and on the back is the Warrior logo along with this list: There are also a limited number of magnets available for $4.99 each and Lord's watercolor prints for $19.95 each. The store is expected to close this weekend after 73 years in business.
Friday, January 25, 2013
A limited number of watercolor prints are for sale for $19.95 at the front registers.
Do you remember what Lord's Department Store looked like in 1970? Artist William B. MacGregor Jr. does and he has created a limited number of watercolor prints that depict the store (from his memory) circa 1970. The prints are available for $19.95 by special order at the store's front registers. Each print will be numbered and signed. MacGregor is also known as The Junkyard Artist and worked at Lord's -- which will be closing next month after 73 years in business -- while he was attending high school and college. Lord's holds a special place in his heart and, in fact, when his former boss Bill Kelly died last year, MacGregor had this to say about his time at Lord's... “Looking back, Lord's was a very special place to me and much more …
Thursday, June 9, 2011
Stop by Lord's Department Store to purchase tickets for trolley tours during Saturday's annual Discover Medfield History Day.
- THE NEIGHBORHOOD FILES
Thursday, June 9, 2011
Tickets are available at Lord’s Department Store for the annual Discover Medfield History Day trolley tours on Saturday, June 11. Tours, sponsored by the Medfield Employers and Merchants Organization, MEMO, depart from the Dwight Derby House on the hour beginning at 9 a.m. The final Old Town Trolley is scheduled to depart at 2 p.m. Each tour is identical. Tickets are limited to the 40 seats on the trolley and must be purchased for a particular “Back to the Future” tour time. The cost of the tickets has not increased and remains at $7.50 for adults and $5 for children under 12. As in the past 18 years, Medfield historian Richard DeSorgher has planned the route to illustrate his theme. “Back to the Future” in 2011 is designed to illustrate…