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A shop sign for A. Karan's Shoe Repair.

A child's cast iron shoe form used as a doorstop.

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"P. H. Murphy, who had worked for many years for George H. Creighton in the shoe business., bought out Creighton's which was located on Nason Street. Mr. Murphy conducted the store for many years. At the time he was appointed welfare agent for theā€¦

Two shoe horns, one engrave with Oberg's and the other Florsheim.
Jacob Oberg founded the shoe store ca1903 on Main Street and then later moved to the Masonic Block. The store continued through family members until 1983 when it closed.