Pair of woman's white kid pumps; rounded toe; 2-inch heel; elastic attached to vamp and sides of shoe; white ribbons on vamp.
(Keywords: Fashion, Accessory)
|Acquisition||Gift of the Estate of Emma Stone|
|Ownership and History||
These shoes came to the Staten Island Historical Society in 1958 from the estate of Emma Sterling (Bones) Stone (born 1865). She and her parents moved from upstate New York to Staten Island in the 1870s, and she married Medad Elisha Stone on June 11, 1890. She and her husband had four children, and they lived at 266 St. Mark's Place, New Brighton, Staten Island.
Mrs. Stone was a descendant of John and Priscilla Alden, and was a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution. She served as vice-president of the Women's Auxiliary of the Staten Island Hospital.
Clothing & dress
|Lexicon Sub-category||Clothing -- Footwear|
Stone, Emma Sterling (Bones)
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