kid leather

1795-1805 c.

Slippers. Description: pair, light blue kid with colored embroidery, tiny heels. History: Belonged to Mrs. Will Parsons of Thomaston, Maine, great grandmother of Louise Adams Easton. They were...

1951

Shoe.  Description: One woman's shoe under construction; brown kid toe nailed to a size 4B wooden last, marked on the bottom "Property of I. Miller & Sons, Sep. 1951";...

1906-1917

Shoes, high, lace, champagne color, French (Louis) heel. From Summer & Kaufmann Co., San Francisco. Dated 1917.

1906-1917 - these would have been worn with day dress (tailored)....

1962

Pair of white kid gloves, probably size 6 or 6 1/2. The gloves are short, with an unclosed placket (similar to an open slit) on the palm side of each glove. The tops of the gloves are slightly...

circa 1880

Pair Woman's Shoes. Description: Kid pumps with small heel; brown ribbon, brown rosette at toe centered with black beading; A: right, marked on white kid lining B2/4; B: laft; C: box "...

19th century

White kid booots with side lacing, typical lady's shoes of early 19th C. Note from donor states "Eliza Shattuck Lee's wedding slipperrs.

1870

1 pr. white kid slippers (Ella Ford - 1870)

early 19th century

White kid shoes. Material: kid. Color: white. Description: lady's white kid shoes with small leather heels, satin bows on toes - laces up the instep - cut below the ankle - early nineteenth...

1890

girl's slippers; Material: White kid with beige satin trim; Color: white; Period or Date: 1890; Description: Soft white kid leather slippers with satin binding and bow and tiny silver buckle...

1800-1830

Pr. Kid Shoes. Inventory: flat slipper, handsewn, white kid ribbon tie at instep 1800-20.

1800-1820

Pr. Kid Shoes. Inventory: flat slipper, white kid, satin bows ribbon tie across instep. handsewn. 1800-20

ca.1820-1830

Dancing slippers. Material: Kid; Shape: Similar to present day Flat; Color: White; Period or Date: Turn of the century; Country: America; Description: Seams coming apart at the sides. Sole very...

1865

Dance slipper. Material: Kid; Shape: Tabi-style, square toe; Color: White; Period or Date: Turn of the century (crossed out) 1865; Country: America; Description: Laces down side, from ankle. One...

Cream colored evening slippers of fine kid. Trimmed with a kid bow in front and low french heels, size 5 1/2.

Shoes, wedding, of white kid. Has bow in front of white kid.

White kid shoes. Elastic on the sides

November 2, 1842

Slippers, tan kid (wedding). Worn by Hannah Mussey, grandmother of donor, at her wedding, Unity, Maine Nov. 2, 1842.

Shoe for child of red kid

Shoe for child, red kid,

1860

Slippers, bronze kid, (wedding) Date 1890 (crossed out) 1860 retagged A & B M. Ray 4/8/83. "Phil Herber" stamped on sole. Label inside reads "14 & 16 Rue de la Petite...

c.1890

A: right shoe; B: left shoe. Wedding slippers of white kid worn by Maude English Downing (donor's aunt) c. 1890 when she married Will Downing. The English family had a dry goods store in the...

c. 1910

A-B: Is a pair of white kid leather gloves made for a child. A: is the right glove. Printed inside is "Made Expressly for --------, San Francisco," stamped in black. B: Is the left glove....

c.1925

This pair of woman's gloves have a sporty, casual quality and would have been worn only during the day. A: Right glove, marked with the size 6 1/2. B: Left glove. Both are cream colored kid,...

c.1930

This pair of woman's gloves are the type of glove one might have worn to go to lunch or shopping; they would have been worn only during the day. A: Right glove; B: left glove, marked size...

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