Collection of D. J. Hile, Esq.

No. 164-170.  Specimens of Chinese shoes.

No. 171. Specimen of Japanese Corpines.

No. 173. Japanese straw sandals.

No. 174. Japanese straw bath slipper. Modern.

No. 172. Specimen of Turkish sabots.

No. 175. North American mocassins, beaded.

No. 176. Specimen of Indian clogs.

No. 177. Black leather English tie shoes. Eighteenth century.

No. 178. Lady’s white satin sandals, left “after the ball” held at Cordwainers’ Hall, 1850. It will be noticed that at that period broad toe shoes without heels were worn. This was the case with all women both in the upper and lower classes.