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About Us


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About Us


 
 

The Woolen Mill

The Woolen Mill is a clothing store in downtown Meadville, PA that carries a variety of classic women’s and men’s clothing, accessories, shoes, as well as some pieces for the kids! We pride ourselves in customer service and guarantee every product we sell. 

Our Knowledgeable Staff will assist you in a professional and courteous manner. We can’t wait to help you pick out something special for your closet, stop by soon!

 
 
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Our Story


Our Story


 
 

The Woolen Mill

Sue and Sandy Wycoff are a sister duo who grew up in Meadville Pennsylvania. They remember a booming downtown with no shortage of things to do and places to shop.

Growing up Sue and Sandy spent time with their parents running The Tik Tok Shop a women's clothing store. Eventually Sandy moved to Cape Cod Massachusetts and opened Chatham T Co. which has now grown to two stores, Chatham T Kids and Chatham Clothing Bar, located in Chatham, MA.

After moving back to Meadville in 2010 Sue opened conversation with Sandy about a dream to revitalize downtown. The sisters dreamt up a plan to have a higher end clothing store that offered a range of styles for men, women, and children. When 257 Chestnut Street became available they knew it was time and purchased the building in 2016.

 With a new splash of style, respect to the original structure, and maintaining the name the original owners gave the building,  The Woolen Mill Clothier opened in the Summer of 2017!

 
 
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History


History


 
 

The Woolen Mill History

257 Chestnut Street was originally built in 1867 by the Huidekoper Bros as office and sales space for their Meadville Woolen Mills. The first floor was a sales room for their products while the second floor and basement was broken into offices. The third floor of the building was open for various uses.

By the 1900s the build was sold and held a number of business such as Salvation Army, Post Office, Photo Play, clothing stores, and eventually remodeled for restaurant use.

Below you’ll find a full list of businesses that have occupied 257 Chestnut street until 1985 as well as historical photos and newspaper clippings.