3 edition of history of English footwear found in the catalog.
history of English footwear
|Statement||written and illustrated by Iris Brooke.|
|LC Classifications||TS1000 .B7|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||114|
|LC Control Number||50019662|
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And it's exciting, yes, to get such a fantastic free book in the mail, but i'll tell you this: i'd have bought it anyway. If all you want is a soundbite of a review, there it is.
The book's great, buy it. If you like shoes, if you love shoes, if you dig costume history, if you enjoy footwear in terms of fashion, buy it. The book's great, buy it. If you like shoes, if you love shoes, if you dig costume history, if you enjoy footwear in terms of fashion, buy it.
And i'm not just saying that because i got a free copy, i'm saying it because it's a great book, but i'm getting to why, and that takes more time (and words) than a by: 2. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
Yet what started as a practical venture has grown into a varied, booming industry just as concerned with art as it is with functionality. Though all shoes share basic characteristics, their coloring, materials, and designs have transformed drastically over thousands of Author: Kiri Picone. This style of footwear also became prominent in America at the turn of the 20th century, where they were called 'sneakers'.
Inthe U.S. Rubber Company introduced the first rubber-soled shoes in the country, sparking a surge in demand and production. The first basketball shoes were designed by Spalding as early as  The market for sneakers grew after World War I.
While it is a lovely history of the shoe, it is coffee table size, but lacking enough illustrations to truly be a coffee book. It does have beautiful pictures, but for something that was envisioned to sit in a living room and be flipped through, they need more of them/5.