Shoes, Shoe History, And Memories Of My Grandfather, Master Shoemaker Ben Benjamin.
May 18, 2015 § 6 Comments
Arthur L. Benjamin (far right) at the offices of Schwartz and Benjamin Inc., New York, NY. Luigino Rossi founder Rossimoda Footwear (center) 1973 .
Tagged: Arthur L. Benjamin Photographer, Ben Benjamin Shoe Designer, Mad Men, Schwartz & Benjamin Shoes
Those ties – so 70s!
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How about that belt he’s wearing too! Did you make that?
Love the belt. Love the ties.Great photographs, Julia! (I’m also digging the color of the wall in the second shot.)
Thanks Theadora. My dad was a true bohemian at heart.
Love these photos – it’s like revisiting my early childhood, seeing similar clothes to those my parent and grandparents wore! Thank you for taking the time to read OldPlaidCamper earlier. Enjoy your day!
Great. Thank you so much.
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