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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"
Civil War, Virginia, Dublin Depot, 1864, Confederate
Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center
Part of:
Rutherford B. Hayes/Crook
Related persons:
Crook, General George
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