Shoe

Date:
Late 18th Century
Description (physical):

Shoe

Location:
2715 Q St. NW,District Of Columbia,Washington,20007
Identifier:
M65.198b
Institution:
Dumbarton Oaks
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Shoe

Date:
Late 18th Century
Description (physical):

Shoe

Location:
2715 Q St. NW,District Of Columbia,Washington,20007
Identifier:
M65.198a
Institution:
Dumbarton Oaks
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Reproduction, Shoes

Date:
1990 repro
Description (physical):

Reproduction, Shoes

Location:
215 South Wilton Road,Virginia,Richmond,23226
Identifier:
1990.0040.0011A-B EC
Institution:
Wilton House Collection
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Shoes

Date:
Late 18th century-Early 19th century
Description (physical):

Shoes

Location:
215 South Wilton Road,Virginia,Richmond,23226
Identifier:
1900.0069A-B
Institution:
Wilton House Collection
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Shoes

Date:
c. 1851, c. 1862

There were three types of shoes found on board the USS Cairo. The storeroom contained an unused style of Navy issue shoes. The Navy shoes were black leather high tops with leather strings; soles were three layered and heels four layered. Hobnails were used on the sole and heel. These shoes were made using lasts for left and right feet.

Description (physical):

Wood. L 27, W 5.6, TH 7 cm; Leather. L 29.8 cm; W (of sole) 9.8 cm; H 12.4 cm; Leather. L 25.4 cm; W (of sole) 8.7 cm; H 9.5 cm; Leather. L 26 cm, Heel Layers: 0.4 cm, Shank: T(2) X 0.5 cm; Leather. L 25.4 cm; W (of sole) 8.7 cm; H 9.5 cm

Location:
3201 Clay Street Vicksburg,Mississippi 39183
Identifier:
2010.0001.0051
Institution:
Vicksburg National Military Park

Boots

Boots like these were worn by children in the 19th century.

Description (physical):

Leather. L 19, W 8, H 19 cm

Location:
Arlington National Cemetery Arlington,Virginia 22211
Identifier:
2010.0002.0014
Institution:
Arlington House-The Robert E. Lee Memorial

Sandals [geta]

Date:
c. 1943

Geta, traditional Japanese footware, were made in camp. A cross between a clog and a sandal, the raised base kept the feet off the ground. At Manzanar, geta were commonly used to go from the barracks to the latrine buildings which might be several hundred feet away.

Description (physical):

Wood, cotton. H 24.0, W 9.5, T 4.1 cm

Location:
5001 Hwy. 395 Independence,California 93526
Identifier:
MANZ 4124
Institution:
Manzanar National Historic Site