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Description: View of the exterior of the Copeland Ryder Shoe Company, established in 1868. The three-story brick building is bordered by trees, a sidewalk, and a road a...
Description: View down Main Street. The hardware store is on the corner on the left, the shoemaker shop is on the right, and the offices of "The Journal" are further do...
Description: Carte-de-visite with a photograph of a painting by James R. Stuart. It depicts two white-haired, bearded shoemakers, with Langford on the left and his part...
Description: View of Aultman Street, the main thoroughfare. Mountains can be seen in background. Business signs read: "Shoemaker" "Ely Post Office" "Campton Commercial...
Description: In his shoe repair shop, a shoe repairman sews the edge of a man's shoe, with the tools of his trade surrounding him.
Description: Charles Palmeri, aka Pasquale, in an apron, receives a check from James Lewis, Special Deputy representing the street banking commission, to settle his acc...
Date: 1970 ca.
Description: A shoemaker repairs the sole of a boot using a sewing machine.
Description: Students work in a shoe rebuilding class at the Milwaukee Vocational and Adult Schools.
Description: A shoemaker in his shop at work.
Description: A shoemaker constructs a harness.
Description: Carte-de-visite portrait of Charles Christopher Frost (1806-1880), Vermont botanist. Focused in area of mycology (fungi), especially Eastern North American...
Date: 1940 ca.
Description: A shoemaker in striped work jacket and a tie works on a machine in his shop.
Wisconsin Historical Museum Object – Feature Story
Explorer and Author
Date: 1880 ca.
Description: The Eau Claire Lumber Company, later the Cutter shoe factory. It was still standing in 1931.
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