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  2. Marshall Field - Wikipedia

    Marshall Field (August 18, 1834 – January 16, 1906) was an American entrepreneur and the founder of Marshall Field and Company, the Chicago-based department stores. His business was renowned for its then-exceptional level of quality and customer service.

  3. Marshall Field | American businessman | Britannica

    Marshall Field, (born Aug. 18, 1834, near Conway, Mass., U.S.—died Jan. 16, 1906, New York City), American department-store owner whose pioneering activities in retail merchandising were continued and extended into publishing by successive generations of his family.

  4. Marshall Field (1834-1906) | American Experience | PBS

    Marshall Field, 1905, PD Marshall Field was born in 1834 on a Massachusetts farm. After working as a clerk in a general store, he went to Chicago at the age of 19 to make his fortune.

  5. Marshall Field’s | American corporation | Britannica

    Marshall Field’s, former department store chain whose flagship store on State Street in Chicago was for a time the largest in the world, comprising 73 acres of floor space and having larger book, china, shoe, and toy departments than any other department store of its time.

  6. Marshall Field's - Macy's

    Marshall Fields. Bring back a blast from the past, with the timeless look of Marshall Field’s merchandise. Step into the history and heritage, and take the iconic logo along into shopping trips of today. Keep all your goodies in tow—from fashion purchases to fresh snacks packed for the trip—with the Marshall Field’s lunch tote.

  7. Marshall Field, His World | Classic Chicago Magazine

    Marshall Field, His World. By the 1880’s, Marshall Field had become Chicago’s most powerful citizen; if he put his money and prestige behind something, it happened. He aided in the founding of Byron Laflin Smith’s Northern Trust, George Pullman’s Palace Car Company and Samuel Insull’s Commonwealth Edison. Samuel Insull.

  8. The History of the Marshall Field Mansion and Family.

    The History of the Marshall Field Mansion and Family. Marshall Field's house was located at 1905 South Prairie Avenue in Chicago. The architect, Richard Morris Hunt, designed the Breakers and the Biltmore estates for the Vanderbilts. The cost came to about $2,000,000 ($45,500,000 today).

  9. Marshall Field. Birth. 18 Aug 1834. Conway, Franklin County, Massachusetts, USA. Death. 16 Jan 1906 (aged 71) New York, New York County (Manhattan), New York, USA. Burial. Graceland Cemetery.

  10. 1905—Death of Marshall Field Jr. - chicagology

    Inter Ocean, November 23, 1905. Marshall Field, Jr., son of the Chicago merchant and capitalist, shot and perhaps fatally wounded himself at his residence, 1919 Prairie avenue, shortly before 6 o’clock last night. Within half an hour he had been taken to the Mercy hospital, where an operation was performed.

  11. Marshall Field III - Wikipedia

    Marshall Field III (September 28, 1893 – November 8, 1956) was an American investment banker, publisher, racehorse owner/breeder, philanthropist, grandson of businessman Marshall Field, heir to the Marshall Field department store fortune, and a leading financial supporter and founding board member of Saul Alinsky's community organizing ...