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Anita Shops: Clothing for young moderns (1965)

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Anita Shops: For young moderns

Left: Swiss dot nylon sheer peignoir, trimmed with nylon tulle filching. Fully lined sheer overlay gown. Colors, pink, blue, red and black. Sizes, petite, small, medium. Price $12.99.

Upper left: Machine washable acrylic pile duster. Four rose appliqués marking snap closure with a Peter Pan collar. Also available with two patch pockets and collarless. Colors, hot pink, azure and butter-yellow. Sizes 10 to 18. Price $6.99.

Lower left: Floor length cotton quilted robe. Butterfly print with corduroy trim — four button yoke with tie belt defining Empire waist. Colors, red and blue. Same style — floral print with satin trim. Colors, pink and blue. Sizes 10 to 18. Price $6.99.

Right center: Chiffon nylon quilted duster. Kodel fiber filled — Four rosebud frogs marking closure, with a scalloped collar. Colors, pink and blue. Sizes 10 to 18. Price long $9.99, (as shown) $7.99.

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Anita Shops Headquarters, Los Angeles — Stores in Washington, Oregon, California, Colorado, Utah, Arizona

Consult your telephone directory for the Anita Shop closest to you or write direct: Anita Shops, Inc., 2151 N. Soto Street, Los Angeles, California 90032 

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  1. I remember Anita Shops was the first job my brother Dan and I held. I worked once or twice a year helping with counting inventory, my brother with stockroom duties. Clothes were nicely stylish with very reasonable prices. I never found out why the one we worked at (Atlantic Square; in Monterey Park, CA) closed down. And this is the only reference to Anita Shops I could find online.

    1. I was employed at Anita Shops Headquarters on Soto Street in Los Angeles, and about one week in downtown Los Angeles before that, in 1965. It was my first job in the US, shortly after i immigrated from a Central European country. I worked in the Data Entry department.

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