Longtime Customers Mourn Loss of Historic S.F. Department Store Gump's on Its Final Day
For 157 years, Gump's department store has been an institution and, for generations of San Franciscans, it was part of a beloved holiday tradition. On Sunday, the institution and the tradition came to an end. Devin Fehely reports. (12-23-2018)

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