Found in attic of Clara Shepardson. Her great grandfather, David Martin Shepardson (1832-1907) and possibly her grandfather, George Shepardson (1871-1960) made boots/shoes along with market gardening. These were most likely sold to boot factory/shop in downtown Warwick. At one time 40 men were making 20,000 pair of shoes a year (many sold to slave plantations of the south).
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A Christmas card from the Malouins at the Warwick Inn with a verse:
Without chill winds blow
The earth's concealed by snow,
Skies are gray, severe-
Leafless trees are drear...
It's winter time in Warwick town.........one more verse
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