Shoe Factory

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Thomas Gustave Plant
... Plant (1859–1941) was a French-Canadian immigrant who made his fortune manufacturing shoes under the Queen Quality Shoes label ... His largest shoe factory, the Thomas G ... Plant Shoe Factory (1896-1976) in Roxbury (now Jamaica Plain), Massachusetts, stood at the corner of Centre and Bickford streets ...
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... Combo - Dance of the Hours (Part 1 2) Pointy Shoe Factory - On Your Knees Pointy Shoe Factory - Bump in the Night Doosu - Louisiana House Fire ... Beetle Orange Dokodemo Doa - Fearful Yet Hopeful Pointy Shoe Factory - The Dub and the Dead Pantera - 10's Tendril - Invisibles Gravity Pool - Reach Gravity Pool - Won't Give In ...
Rudolf Dassler
... The brothers were partners in a shoe company Adi started, Gebrüder Dassler Schuhfabrik (Dassler Brothers Shoe Factory) ... Adolf Dassler started to produce sports shoes in his mother's wash kitchen after his return from World War I ... His father, Christoph, who worked in a shoe factory, and the brothers Zehlein, who produced the handmade spikes for track shoes in their blacksmith's shop, supported Adolf in starting his own ...
Tisza Cipő - History
... Thomas Bata came to Hungary to open a shoe factory somewhere in the country ... meet and he found it suitable for the Tisza Cipő factory ... - which was the former name of the shoe factory - in 1942 started the production of loungers ...

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    I am not a suffragist, nor do I believe in “careers” for women, especially a “career” in factory and mill where most working women have their “careers.” A great responsibility rests upon woman—the training of children. This is her most beautiful task.
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    Wynken and Blynken are two little eyes,
    And Nod is a little head,
    And the wooden shoe that sailed the skies
    Is a wee one’s trundle-bed.
    Eugene Field (1850–1895)