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Shoe

Date:
1864-05-09
Description:
Leather and wood; leather top nailed to wooden sole; rope tie 29.2cm long; provenance tapped on paper and attached to right side of shoe; a note written in ink in the President's handwriting on bottom of shoe "One of several hundred shoes captured by Gen Crook at Dublin Depot, Va. May 9, 1864"
Subject:
Civil War, Virginia, Dublin Depot, 1864, Confederate
Partner:
Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center
Part of:
Rutherford B. Hayes/Crook
Related persons:
Crook, General George
Source:
http://rbhayes.pastperfectonline.com/webobject/725E8E4D-9138-48A1-8929-476493317570
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