American girls set up shop

March 1998
Publishers Weekly;3/9/1998, Vol. 245 Issue 10, p27
Trade Publication
Discusses the fall 1998 opening of an American Girls retail store to be called American Girl Place. Its location in downtown Chicago; The next logical step for Pleasant Company, publisher of the bestselling American Girls books and other merchandise.


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