Steph Farber, co-owner of LeRoy Jewelers and The Art Stop with his wife Phyllis Harrison, is the sole retail survivor from the period of flight from downtown following the opening of Tacoma Mall in 1965.
Steph Farber, co-owner of LeRoy Jewelers and The Art Stop with his wife Phyllis Harrison, is the sole retail survivor from the period of flight from downtown following the opening of Tacoma Mall in 1965. Dean J. Koepfler Staff photographer
Steph Farber, co-owner of LeRoy Jewelers and The Art Stop with his wife Phyllis Harrison, is the sole retail survivor from the period of flight from downtown following the opening of Tacoma Mall in 1965. Dean J. Koepfler Staff photographer

One store’s vow to stay in downtown Tacoma

October 10, 2015 9:00 AM

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