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From the archives: Pittman Plaza

From the archives: Pittman Plaza

Right at the start of its highly anticipated opening in 1960, Pittman Plaza became the retail destination for the Lynchburg area for more than the next two decades. The shopping center started on land adjacent to a then-new Sears Roebuck & Co. (now the Lynchburg Public Library), and grew in stages to encompass more than two dozen stores — including Leggett's, Miller & Rhoads and J.C. Penney — as well as a bowling alley and movie theater. 

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