Creator of R.H. Macy and Business, the department-store string. He done the Emily Morgan, a whaling dispatch, where he received the red-star tattoo that later on became an integral ingredient in Macy’s logo design. He exposed a store known as R.H. Macy Dry out Products in 1858 in NEW YORK. He pioneered many innovative methods to draw in clients, including a shop Santa Claus, different departments, themed displays, and illuminated windowpane displays. He previously two kids with Louisa Houghton whom he wedded in 1844. He was portrayed by Henry Antrim in the film Wonder on 34th Road where Edmund Gwenn starred as Santa.