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List of Woolworth buildings

Buildings related to Foot Locker, Inc., its predecessors, or the Woolworth family.

Type Building Location Coord Built Note
Headquarters Woolworth Building New York City 40°42′44″N 74°00′29″W / 40.71222°N 74.00806°W / 40.71222; -74.00806 (Woolworth Building)

1913 World’s Tallest Building 1913-30
Historic Store F. W. Woolworth Building (Bisbee, Arizona) Bisbee, Arizona Now houses an art gallery, an antique shop, and residential apartments.
Historic Store F. W. Woolworth Building (Clarksdale, Mississippi) Clarksdale, Mississippi 20|34|N|90|57|37|W| name=F. W. Woolworth Building (Clarksdale, Mississippi)

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NRHP listed in 2009
Historic Store F. W. Woolworth Building (Fort Worth, Texas) Fort Worth, Texas N|97.3316|W |type:landmark_region:US-TX name=F. W. Woolworth Building (Fort Worth, Texas)

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1926 Now a JoS. A. Bank Clothiers
Historic Store F. W. Woolworth Building (Greensboro, North Carolina) Greensboro, North Carolina 1929 Site of Greensboro sit-ins
Historic Store F. W. Woolworth Building (Kansas City, Missouri) Kansas City, Missouri N|94.5716|W |type:landmark_region:US-MO name=F. W. Woolworth Building (Kansas City, Missouri)

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1928 Now an art gallery.
Historic Store F. W. Woolworth Building (Lebanon, New Hampshire) Lebanon, New Hampshire 38|33|N|72|15|11|W |type:landmark_region:US-NH name=Lebanon College

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Now Lebanon College
Historic Store F. W. Woolworth Building (Lexington, Kentucky) Lexington, Kentucky N|84.4975|W |type:landmark_region:US-KY name=F. W. Woolworth Building (Lexington, Kentucky)

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1946 Site of Civil Rights sit-in
Historic Store F. W. Woolworth Building (New Albany, Indiana) New Albany, Indiana A contributing building to the New Albany Downtown Historic District
Historic Store F. W. Woolworth Building (Oxnard, California) Oxnard, California 1950 The Woolworth Museum
Historic Store F. W. Woolworth Building (St. Louis, Missouri) St. Louis, Missouri N|90.2346|W |type:landmark_region:US-MO name=St. Louis University Museum of Art

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1899 Now the Saint Louis University Museum of Art
Historic Store Flood Building San Francisco N|122.4074|W|type:landmark_region:CA-ON name=Flood Building

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1904 Largest store in the chain
Historic Store F. W. Woolworth Building (Toronto) Toronto N|79.3796|W |type:landmark_region:CA-ON name=F. W. Woolworth Building (Toronto)

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1895 Later a Tower Records
Historic Store F. W. Woolworth Building (Watertown, New York) Watertown, New York 58|29|N|75|54|34|W| name=Woolworth Building

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1921 Currently vacant, redevelopment in planning stages.
Historic Store F. W. Woolworth Building (Wilmington, Delaware) Wilmington, Delaware N|75.5517|W |type:landmark_region:US-DE name=F. W. Woolworth Building (Wilmington, Delaware)

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1940 Now a Happy Harry's
Historic Store 2nd F. W. Woolworth Building (Wilmington, Delaware) Wilmington, Delaware 44|34|N|75|33|01|W| name=Delaware History Museum

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1941 Now the Delaware History Museum
Residence Shadow Lawn (New Jersey) West Long Branch, New Jersey 14|46|N|74|00|19|W| name=Shadow Lawn

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1927 Estate of Woolworth president.
Residence Winfield Hall Glen Cove, New York 52|31|N|73|38|38|W| name=Winfield Hall)

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1930s Estate of F. W. Woolworth
Residence Winfield House London N|00.1644|W |type:landmark_region:GB name=Winfield House

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1930s Ambassador’s residence

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