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Pair of hand-carved wooden clogs with pointed toes. Mostly unpainted, except for gold on inside and sole. Worn at Theodore Weichselbaum's brewery in Ogden, Kansas. Weichselbaum's brew house opened in Ogden in 1871 and employed several German brewers until state prohibition forced its closure in 1881. Wooden clogs were worn on the brewery floor and cleaned daily after wearing.
Date: between 1871 and 1881
Item Number: 223865
KSHS Identifier: 1946.20.0
Business and Industry - Manufacturing - Food and Drink - Liquor and beer
Collections - Museum
Date - 1870s
Date - 1880s
Government and Politics - Reform and Protest - Prohibition and temperance
Objects and Artifacts - Personal Artifacts - Clothing - Clothing, Footwear - Clog
People - European Americans - Germans
Places - Cities and towns - Ogden
Places - Counties - Riley
Type of Material - Objects and Artifacts