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Craddock-Terry Company
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The largest manufacturer of shoes in the south. Craddock-Terry Company
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Manufacturers of “Long Wear Shoes”
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Lynchburg, Va., Jany. 7, 1914.
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[seal]
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reg. U.S. pat. off.
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Trade Mark Long Wear Shoes Craddock-Terry Co.
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“Long Wear Shoes” wear longer
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[down upper right side of paper]
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John W. Craddock, Prest.
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A.P. Craddock, Vice-Prest.
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Edward F. Sheffey, Secy.-Treas.
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Directors:
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Chas. G. Craddock
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Edward F. Sheffey
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Paul C. Edmunds
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George Mahon
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T. M. Terry
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A. P. Craddock
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Advisory Board:
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W. W. Brown
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J. B. Stroud
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Walter C. Carrington
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Geo. Haugh
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Albert L. Noell
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J. M. Dunwody
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Wm. C. Goode

Revision as of 13:05, 7 July 2019

[letterhead]

The largest manufacturer of shoes in the south. Craddock-Terry Company

Manufacturers of “Long Wear Shoes” Lynchburg, Va., Jany. 7, 1914.

[seal] reg. U.S. pat. off. Trade Mark Long Wear Shoes Craddock-Terry Co. “Long Wear Shoes” wear longer

[down upper right side of paper] John W. Craddock, Prest. A.P. Craddock, Vice-Prest. Edward F. Sheffey, Secy.-Treas. Directors: Chas. G. Craddock Edward F. Sheffey Paul C. Edmunds George Mahon T. M. Terry A. P. Craddock Advisory Board: W. W. Brown J. B. Stroud Walter C. Carrington Geo. Haugh Albert L. Noell J. M. Dunwody Wm. C. Goode