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"The old woman who lived in a shoe." Learning that children's shoe with the A. S. T. Co. beautiful black tip on them never wear out at the toe, add to the beauty of the shoe, and double their value, has started out to lay in a supply of these desirable go | by Boston Public Library
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"The old woman who lived in a shoe." Learning that children's shoe with the A. S. T. Co. beautiful black tip on them never wear out at the toe, add to the beauty of the shoe, and double their value, has started out to lay in a supply of these desirable go

File name: 10_03_003760a

Binder label: Shoes

Title: "The old woman who lived in a shoe." Learning that children's shoe with the A. S. T. Co. beautiful black tip on them never wear out at the toe, add to the beauty of the shoe, and double their value, has started out to lay in a supply of these desirable goods from (over) [front]

Created/Published: N. Y. : Mayer, Merkel & Ottmann

Date issued: 1870 - 1900 (approximate)

Physical description: 1 print : chromolithograph ; 10 x 18 cm.

Genre: Advertising cards

Subject: Women; Children; Shoes; Carts & wagons; Donkeys

Notes: Title from item. Retailer: Eben J. Beane, Providence, R. I.

Collection: 19th Century American Trade Cards

Location: Boston Public Library, Print Department

Rights: No known restrictions.

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