DERBY: 'Oldest, Independent' Shoe Store in CT Going Out of Business
Dozens of pairs of shoes line the walls and racks at Hubbell Brothers on Pershing Drive, from men's work boots to tiny patent leather Mary Janes, shoes that valley residents have been buying for generations.
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#1 Apr 16, 2010
WELL ITS ABOUT TIME THEY DID THEY HAVE SOME OF THE OLDEST AND DUSTIEST SHOES NOTHING NEW THE MAN WHO CLAMS TO OWN THE PLACE IS MORE INTO BRAGGING ABOUT ALL HIS MONEY THAN SELLING YOU A PAIR OF SHOES I SAY GOOD RIDDANCE
#2 Apr 17, 2010
It is a sad sign that many companies that have survived for over a hundred years can't survive this year. See Housatonic Lumber.
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