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    Posted 2 years ago

    hamellott
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    These are tiny 6" long 2" wide shoes with a tag inside that says ARNOLD GLOVE GRIP SHOES. They look like they would be for a tiny woman. What is the story with them? They seem too narrow to be child's shoes.

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    1. hamellott, 2 years ago
      When I bought them there was a paper inside that said "Edna's mother". The person who sold me the shoes didn't know anything about them.
    2. kyratango kyratango, 2 years ago
      Amazing!!!
      Welcome to CW :-D
    3. hamellott, 2 years ago
      Thank you. They are amazing - but do you think they were custom made for a tiny person? Arnold shoes made golf shoes and the like and I don't find that they made children's shoes. I just haven't been able to find anything about these! Help!
    4. themuse themuse, 2 years ago
      people were a lot smaller in the early 20th century, maybe she was just a small woman ;)

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