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Thomas S. Childs Shoe Store

Title

Thomas S. Childs Shoe Store

Description

Image of Childs’ Shoe Store at 273-79 High Street. Childs’ Shoe Store was owned and operated by Thomas Childs, pictured in the foreground of this image waiting on a gentleman in a bowler. Two floor-to-ceiling shelves that are filled with shoes dominate this image. Tall ladders lean against the shelves and baskets connected to pulleys hang beside each ladder. These baskets are most likely designed to allow the salesman to safely remove boxes of shoes from the highest shelves. The salesman most likely would put the shoebox into the basket, climb down the ladder, lower the basked and then retrieve the shoes. An oversized boot can be seen over the door. Displays of umbrellas, shoes, and ladies hosiery can be seen throughout the room. Several customers are being waited on, all of whom are wearing Edwardian clothes.

Date

1915

Original Format

Cabinet Card

Physical Dimensions

23 x 28 cm.

How to Cite this Item

"Thomas S. Childs Shoe Store," in Creating Holyoke, Item #25, http://www.creatingholyoke.org/items/show/25 (accessed April 30, 2017).

Rights

This digital file may be used for educational uses, as long as it is not altered in any way. Prior written permission is required for any other use of the files from the Holyoke Public Library.

Item Type

Still Image

Contributor

Holyoke Public Library- Creating Holyoke

Subject

Business & Industry, Lifestyle, People

Digital Publisher

Thomas S. Childs Shoe Store

Language

eng

Identifier

N-176

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