Pioneer Village Cobbler Shop, Minden, Nebraska

This is an interior of one of many craft and trade buildings on the site of Pioneer Village. What appear to be shoes hanging from the shelving are in fact shoe lasts, the wooden forms used to make a shoe of a particular style and size. There appear to be a few shoes on the shelves themselves, but all the hanging items are wooden lasts.

Made by Dexter, West Nyack, N.Y.

The description states:


One of 14 Old Craft Shops Seen Here

20,000 items in 20 buildings on 2 city blocks, showing man’s progress over the past 120 years. 132 Miles West of Lincoln, Nebr., on U. S. 6.

–This postcard likely dates from the 1960s.

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