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Call #:
1976.55.2
Title:
Child's Shoe
Collection type:
Costume
Date:
18th Century
Object type:
3: Personal Artifacts; Clothing; Footwear; Shoe
Materials:
Leather
Medium:
Leather working
Description:
Child's leather shoe, long tongue, two straps, button missing. Same shoe would fit either foot (straight last). Toe is prow shaped, like a boat. Written in ink on side "Pardon Holden's Mother's First Shoe". Belonged to Mercy Seamans, mother of Pardon Holden. Holden was one of the founders and later President of the Mount Vernon Bank in Foster, R.I.
Dimensions:
x Length:4 in x Length:10.2
Subjects:
Holden, Pardon, 1780-1831
Holden, Mercy Seamans, 1741-1816
Holden family.
Shoes
Children's shoes
Provenance:
Gift of Mrs. George Scott
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