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Stetson Shoes. Research Magazine Advertisements. The Best Resource on the Net of Vintage Ads! (1899) Stetson Shoes. The fine appearance of our Five Dollar Shoes is due to the way in which they are made. No. 109 is a specimen of one of our best summer tan shoes. It is made of tan box calf, put together in our own workmanlike and finished manner. Write for our booklet, Shoe Sense. E. H. Stetson & Company. Charles Austin Bates, New York. (1959) The Brent. Shoes for men. The Brent in Burnt Umber. (1958) Stetson Ivy Tie Shoes. Newest version of a modern classic in black soft grain and dark walnut selected calfskin. (1959) Corvette Shoes. A "dress up" low boot with a buckle strap that fits like all get out. (1959) Stetson Skymaster 1825 Shoes. Classiest Lightweight of them all. (1958) Casbah Shoes. The elegant manner with witch Stetson brings together fine leather and lustrous shantung silk leaves nothing more to be desired. Stetson Shoe Company was a maker of top-quality shoes from the 1800's thru 1973 when they finally closed the doors to their Weymouth, Massachusetts manufacturing plant. Enjoy these vintage ads for Stetson Shoes while you browse through our Advertisement Gallery! As always, more to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
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