The L. Bullene store, far right, which later became Weaver's, is pictured in this photo of Massachusetts Street in the 1880s.
The A.D. Weaver store on Massachusetts Street, circa 1900. The store moved to its present location, 901 Massachusetts St., in 1929.
A 1920s window display at Weaver's department store.
The Weaver's department store entry in a Lawrence parade.
A mid-century window display at Weaver's features mannequins in the latest styles. Staying on top of trends remains a driving force for the department store.
A summertime window display at Weaver's features mannequins in the latest swimwear styles. Staying on top of trends remains a driving force for the department store.
Above a safe in the basement of Weaver's, now used just for storage, remains the name of the first business in the building at 901 Massachusetts St., the Innes store.
Weaver's department store, 901 Massachusetts. Nick Krug/Journal-World Photo
Helen Kiefer, left, and her granddaughter, Baylie Kiefer, look for Christmas gifts at Weaver's, 901 Massachusetts St.
Weaver's department store employee Ginny Weygint uses the store's 1930s pneumatic tubes, which run throughout the building, to send some billing information to the office on the third floor.
An old stove from the 1930s is used for display purposes in the housewares section of Weaver's department store.