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Buffalo Bill Museum

Makers
The Florsheim Shoe Company, Chicago
Descriptions
White 769 heel 3 brown 254 leather 2024 rubber 92 black 554 canvas 234 felt 201
Names
shoes 12
Date:
ca. 1895-1910
Dimensions:
L: 11 in, width: 3.625 in
Credit Line:
Gift of Elizabeth A. Brink
Inscription:
Brown leather insoles stamped: (shield) BOOT & SHOE/MAKERS UNION/UNION (boot) STAMP/Factory 300/Florsheim/3/38, Canvas lining imprinted on right side of both shoes: 38 3 69309, Left shoe has a blue ribbon tag with gold lettering: THE FLORSHEIM SHOE COMPANY/CHICAGO, U.S.A.
Remarks:
Pair of men's shoes, highly polished black leather; ankle height, full lace-up closure with narrow black shoelaces; perforated design on the square toes, band of holes and double rows of stitching across edge of toe cap and around seam joining foot and ankle of shoe; leather sole and rubber heel cap; inside lined with white leather around the edges, white canvas throughout the body of the shoe and white felt on the tongue, brown leather insoles, canvas lining.
Accession Number:
1.69.2287

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