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by the sixties richard healy had dropped the furrier and was one of the better women's stores in worcester...it was like ulian's...remember?
My grandmother worked at this store for many years driving the elevator. I don't remember the bear out front so maybe it had been removed by the time I visited in the late 50's early 60's.
Richard Healey was a terrific high-end store, as I remember it. I forgot about Ulians - that was another good one. My mother was very proud to be named Queen of the Prom at West Point in her Richard Healey dress.
jim sadowski- December 15, 2008 - Report this comment
Richard Healy Furriers was located at 512 to 514 Main Street aside Denholm & Mckay
barb samson- August 27, 2010 - Report this comment
my aunts both worked at Richard Healeys probably around 1940 or so, then one of them worked at Marcus which was down and across on main st, also a high end department store. She ended up being a buyer for Marcus and supervisor for the first floor, women's clothing.
janice krinsky- March 11, 2013 - Report this comment
How interesting that Richard Healey lived at 188 Institute Rd. I grew up in that house! My parents bought it in 1959 or 1960 right before I started Kindergarten and my mother sold it in 1992 after my father died.
Rich Goyette- December 13, 2014 - Report this comment
Where can I find a picture of the store with the awning in the 1960's ?

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