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C.E. Smith Boots and Shoes account book
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- C.E. Smith Boots and Shoes
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C.E. Smith Boots appears in the Farmers and Business Directory for the Counties of Durham, Northumberland, Ontario, Peterboro, and Victoria, 1890. It is listed under Ontario County in a town with a population of 275 called Zephyr. Clinton E. Smith Boots and Shoes later appears in Vernon's City of Peterborough (Ontario) Directory for 1926, and was located at 384 George Street, Peterborough. The company does not appear in the 1936 Directory, but rather lists Agnew's Shoes located at that address.
The account book was found in the attic above Sam the Record Man in Peterborough, and was forwarded on September 8, 1986 from Don Cameron, via Professor Elwood Jones, to the Trent University Archives.
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This item is an account book which appears to have been that of a Peterborough area shoe retailer, C.E. Smith Boots and Shoes. Loosely inserted in the book is a letter dated 1913 from Hastings written by J.F. McCarthy to C.E. Smith, esq., regarding an order for a pair of shoes. Several of the accounts itemized in the book are with shoe companies. Glued in the book is a "Bank of Montreal, Peterborough" bank slip.
The account book has been water damaged. It is warped and has suffered mildew damage.
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This item was donated by Don Cameron.
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