Title: Shoemaking in early Illinois.
Publisher: Central Illinois Public Service Company, N.p.
Publication Date: 1968
14" X 11". Printed entirely in brown ink, this scene shows a cobbler at work on a shoe in a small and cluttered early Illinois cabin as a young girl perched on a stool observes and a bearded old man in the background reads. Very good. Faintest of edgewear. Probable sole printing. One in a series of prints issued in commemoration of the Illinois Sesquicentennial. Bookseller Inventory # 38903
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