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Randall House - Wolfville Historical Society

Shoe


Accession number: 08.04.01A-B
Category: Footwear
Object type: Woman's
Date: 1960
Materials: Leather
Measurements: 25 cm L x 7.5 cm W x 13.5 cm H
Marks/Label: ANOSONIA / 8 / & / 7029 / 734920
Narrative: Shoes purchased and worn by Enid Davison while on a trip to New York in 1960.
Description: Pair of woman's green suede shoes with pointed toes and stiletto heels. Each shoe has a design, created by a punched hole technique, around the edge of the shoe and over the toe to form a cross near the point. The edge of the upper is bound by grosgrain ribbon. The shoe has an insole with the name of the company stamped in gold. There is a suede lining at the heel and toe. Each shoe has a high narrow heel (6.5cm) with a very small steel top piece (cap). Each heel has a synthetic cover made to look like wood. The sole is possibly vinyl with a small round metal tap on the tip. A: left B: right