When you see an old department store, it may look like it was built by an eccentric genius, but it actually has more to do with the state of California than the state itself.
According to the California Department of Housing and Community Development (CHAED), there are 8,400 department stores in the state, which has about 3.2 million residents.
It has an average of about 2,300 stores per year, according to the Los Angeles Times.
The Times reported that, in fact, there were only 2,100 department stores built during the 1950s, but they were only built in the Los Angles area, where the city of Pasadena was located.
The California Department Of Transportation (Caltrans) reported in March that there were just over 3,000 department stores constructed between 1950 and 2014.
That is less than one-quarter of the number of department stores that were built between 1950 to the end of the 20th century.
There were only about 400 department stores (in total) built between 1949 and 1954 in Los Angeles County, according the Times.
But that does not mean that they are not worth saving.
The Times reported on how the state has used the state’s $7.8 billion state highway program to build more than 30,000 new cars in the past five years alone.
In California, the average age of a car is over 55, and most cars have been built in recent years, according Caltrans.
In addition, there are about 500 department stores which have been in operation for more than 50 years.
That makes them the oldest department stores on the planet.
The state also has some of the oldest operating public schools in the country.
In 2016, the Department of Education reported that California schools had an average age over 50.
The average age for public schools is 53.
The average age at which schools closed in the United States was 57.
The oldest department store still stands in the world is the West End department store in Los Gatos, California.
Built in 1905, the West end department store has been open since 1954.
The West End is considered one of the city’s oldest department retailers.
It was one of three West End departments that was built during that time.
The other two were the West Bay department store and the Westlake department store.
West End was the oldest known department store built in Los Alamitos, New Mexico.
The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The department store is located at 2111 Broadway.