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#26 Post by dw » Mon Mar 04, 2002 7:41 am

Over a span of time things change...new people, new ideas come along and the old ideas and techniques tend to get lost and forgotten. One of the main reasons The Crispin Colloquy was created was to preserve the techniques and the skills of boot and shoemaking. To become an archive of techniques and philosophies from many different people in many different parts of the world. The Colloquy has always been intended as a record...and, admittedly, it is a record only made possible by emerging technologies such as the Internet. Nothing of its scope or vision could have been done before. The people who post here, encouraging and advising and just as importantly asking, give of themselves generously and voluntarily. As a result, the Crispin Colloquy may be the most extensive, single source, repository of boot and shoemaking information in the world. And it keeps getting better.

And bigger....

Eventually I am going to have to delete all or most of the messages on the board, and we will have to start over with a fresh slate.. We have already exceeded our "bandwidth" (server space)--or at least, the bandwidth that we are paying for--and although our ISP hosts have been most generous and tolerant, we cannot reasonably expect that to go on indefinitely.

Then too, the vagaries of the internet and the mischief that it is subject to, make the Colloquy particularly vulnerable. I have had to completely restore the forum...**by hand**...at least once, and relocate it several times. "Once burned..." I am always nervous about losing all that has gone before from a power outage, a server crash or a DOS.

At the HCC AGM this past fall, several of us discussed ways to preserve the archive in a more permanent (?) form.To that end, after some months of research and tweaking...

The Honourable Corwainers' Company is proud to present: The Crispin Colloquy--on CD!

For those who are interested, The entire message base of The Crispin Colloquy's "Open Forum", "The Gallery" and the Registry" are now available on a cd in a format that allows offline viewing with a browser such as Netscape or Internet Explorer. There is even a Java based search engine that will allow you to zero in on specific subjects and keywords.

Over the course of time, there may be a series of these cds and they may become as valuable for the aspiring boot or shoemaker as any of the literature extant.

The Honourable Cordwainers' Company will offer these for sale...the proceeds go to support the Guild. For more information, drop me an email.


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#27 Post by admin » Wed Apr 24, 2002 5:07 am

The Honourable Cordwainers' Company would like to welcome two new members:

Ms. Anna Troy
Alamedan 6A 1tr.
SE31731 Karlskrona
Sweden
member #247

Mr. Dieter G. Sierp
Kentucky Leather Works
3041 Talmage Mayo Rd.
Salvisa, KY 40372
859.366.4385
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member #248

It is your support that keeps the Forum up and running and helps to preserve and protect the Trade. Thank you.

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#28 Post by dw » Sun Aug 04, 2002 8:21 am

The following additions/amendments have been made to the HCC video library collection. These titles are available now.

Vol XII
(1) The Ubiquitous Shoe Last: A Look at Lasts Old & New (42 mins.), Al Saguto and Dan Freeman.
(2) Critique of Simple Shoemaking Techniques (29 mins), Sharon Raymond. Constructing a simple stitch-down shoe.

Vol XIII
(1)This Old Shoe (22 mins.), Donna Albergotti. Drawing and obtaining data from archaeological footwear. Includes workshop with shoe fragments.
(2)So You Want to Make Shoes For a Living (38 mins.), Bruce Graham. A discussion of the technical research and development he’s gone through to develop and market an affordable, hand made shoe.
(3) Living History, Hand Shoemaking in Ecuador (15 min.), Dan Freeman. A review and critique of a fascinating tape of an Ecuadorian shoemaker who creates beautiful shoes with only a few simple (primitive) tools.

Vol XIV -
Crimping the Full Wellington Boot (60 mins.), D. W. Frommer. A Hands-on demonstration of how he crimps a full (one piece front) Wellington boot by hand.

Vol XV
(1)Waxed Ends Using Inexpensive Nylon Line for a Bristle and Dacron Polyester Thread (12 mins.), D. W. Frommer. A complete demonstration using these items to fully function as an expensive bristle and thread.
(2)The Smallest Shoes from the Museums of Europe (38 mins.) Alzbeta Kolcunova. A university paper delivered in the Czech Republic that examines children’s shoes from the Medieval period through the 20th century. Includes an interesting technique for calculating the height of those children.

Vol XVI
(1)Tour of the Walrus Shoe Factory (30 mins.) Larry Waller. A guided tour, with demonstrations, of the factory where Larry manufactures replica historic shoes using antique and modern shoe machines.
(2) Experiences of a London Shoe Maker (28 mins.) Peter Schweiger. Peter spins riveting yarns from "Ol’ Blighty," of interesting and bizarre customers and requests he’s encountered over the many years in his London Shop.

COLLECTIONS
The Footwear of Soldiers & Sailors - (1) Military Shoes, 1911-1915 & (2) U.S. Army Bootee, 1861-1865 (71 mins.) Two presentations by the late Captain Ernest W. Peterkin.
Historical Shoe Collections of the HCC - (1) The Cordwainers’ Shoe Collection, (2) William Asadorian Archaeological Footwear Collection, & (3) Dean Nelson’s Recovered Footwear Collection, (56 mins.).

$29.95 per VOL plus $8.00 per order shipping and handling (USA). New Jersey residents add 6% sales tax. Make checks payable to John Bailey. VISA, M/C, Discover accepted. PAL or SECAM formats please add $15 US per tape.

Contact: John Bailey, 656 Washington Sq. Cape May, NJ 08204. 609/884-2761 (FAX/phone) mail@baileywicke.com

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#29 Post by walrus » Tue Sep 10, 2002 8:27 pm

Subject: HCC Meeting

Notice to all HCC Members : We are pleased to announce that the HCC AGM will be held on October 25th – 27th 2002 at Walrus Shoe & Leather CO, LLC, W8295 State Hwy 11, Delavan WI 53115 (Located in beautiful southern Wisconsin in the town of Delavan wonderful shopping areas, antique stores and lakes abound).

Your hosts will again be Larry, Cindy and Crispin Waller. Walrus Shoe & Leather Co is 45 miles SW from Milwaukee Mitchell International Airport and 65 miles NW of Chicago O'Hare Airport, with easy access from either airport. If you need more transportation information (i.e. map, limo service) we will have a packet available via email or fax.

We are holding a block of 10 rooms at the Super 8 Motel, 518 Borg Rd, Delavan WI 53115, under the name "Cordwainers" Call Dawn at 262-728-1700 to reserve your room with the rate of $58.39 per night with double occupancy, by Sept 30, 2002. Please register early so if we need more rooms we can get them as they have limited space and the next hotel is 3 miles further away.

Please RSVP to Larry and Cindy at 262-882-6006 or email walrus@walrusshoe.com (Please put HCCAGM in the subject line)and let us know you are coming so we will have proper meeting rooms and food accommodations available. We do have a couple of speakers lined up already but have more space available. Let us know if you are interested in doing a presentation, or talk about a special skill you would like to share or demonstrate. If you are doing a presentation requiring any AV aids please advise us of your needs. Time and space limited, so contact us early.

The itinerary so far is Register/meet at Super 8 from 3-5pm on Friday afternoon, feasting and drinking Friday evening at Millies pancake House, Saturday am- business meeting and presentations, feasting and swapping in the evening at the Waller Barn (weather permitting). Sunday Breakfast at the conveniently located Perkins, with tours of Walrus Shoe & Leather Co. to continue. More info as it becomes available.

Also we will be celebrating our 25th anniversary of Walrus Shoe & Leather Co, LLC. Come help us celebrate and get the grand tour. For those of you that were here last year and to those of you coming this year, we hope this will be a great gathering.

Any questions please call Larry or Cindy 1.262.882.6006. We look forward to seeing you.

Larry Waller HCC Member
Walrus Shoe & Leather Co. LLC

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#30 Post by admin » Sat Sep 14, 2002 5:11 am

The Honourable Cordwainers' Company would like to welcome new new members:


member #248
Mr. Dieter G. Sierp
Kentucky Leather Works
3041 Talmage Mayo Rd.
Salvisa, KY 40372
dsierp@kycom.net


member #249
Ms. Kathleen Wetzel
5325 S. Latrobe Ave.
Chicago IL 60638
kwetzel2002@yahoo.com


member #250
Mr. Douglas L. Hayward
41 S. Elliot St.
Preston IA 52069


member #251
Mr. Ray Wills
9 Orchardstown Villas
Rathfarnham
Dublin 14
Ireland
ray.wills@dit.ie


member #252
Mr. Mitch Utsey
9705 Chasefield
Rockwell,TX 75087


member #253
Ms. Alzbeta Kolcunova
Dubova 34
08501 Bardejov
Slovakia


member #254
Mr. Steven Harris
6442 Shelton Cutoff
Bastrop LA 71220
plugnickle@cox-internet.com

Thank you for your support and for sharing our vision.


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#31 Post by admin » Mon Oct 21, 2002 12:42 pm

All,

I want to take a moment to give credit to one of our own who, for literally decades, has worked and given of her time and energy and never sought the limelight. Miriam Saguto has been treasurer of The Honourable Cordwainers' Company for as long as I can remember...possibly since the inception of the Guild. She has done a lot of the hard work...the work nobody wants but which must be done. Thanks are not enough to express our gratitude.

Miriam's Grandmother died recently...and on behalf of The HCC and everyone associated with the Forum, I would like to express our deepest sympathy and condolences. Our prayers go out to you, Miriam. God bless and comfort you.

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#32 Post by dw » Sun Nov 03, 2002 8:54 am

The Honourable Cordwainers' Company would like to welcome the following new members:

member #255
Ms. Sharlot B. Battin
Montana Leatherworks
47 Greene Street
New York City, NY 10013

member #256
Ms. Natalie E. Firnhaber
3213 Martha Custis Dr.
Alexandria VA 22302

member #257
Mr. Kenneth A. Holmstrom
234 west George Street
St. Paul MN 55107

member #258
Mr. Paul K. Krause
dba P.K. Bootmaker
607 Miller Valley Rd.
Prescott AZ 86301

member #259
Mr. Riley Craig
dba Circle C Boot Shop
106 Old Betsy Rd., Ste. A
Keene, TX 76059

member #260
Ms. Sally Mitani
1415 Arborview
Ann Arbor MI 48103
shorv@umich.edu

member #261
Mr. Christopher M. Williamson
Danasvej 29 st. tv.
1910 Fredricksberg C
Denmark

Thank you for supporting the vision of The HCC.

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#33 Post by admin » Sun Nov 24, 2002 8:33 am

The Honourable Cordwainers' Company would like to welcome new members:

Mr. John Busch
W 7476 Taylor Road
Delavan, WI 53115

#262
Ms. Betty Sanders
7190 W. Dickens Ave. Apt 1E
Chicago IL 60707-3809
betty_sanders8@excite.com


#263
Mr. Frank English
Frank English Custom Boots
3461 Prairie Smoke Road
Bozeman, MT 59715
406.582.7467
FNEcustomboots@aol.com


#264
Ms. Michelle M. Fink
1010 Stein Street
Lafayette, CO 80026


#265
Mr. Richard S. Gjelstein
Gjelstein Boots
614 First Street South
P.O. Box 44
Brewster, WA 98812

We thank you for supporting the goals of our Guild and welcome you into its fellowship.

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#34 Post by dw » Thu Jan 02, 2003 7:33 am

The Honourable Cordwainers' Company would like to welcome...

#266
Mr. Robert Gilmore
318 Lamp Post Road
Norman, OK 73072

Thanks Bob, and the CD will be out to you shortly.

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#35 Post by dw » Sun Feb 16, 2003 12:34 pm

The Honourable Cordwainers' Company would like to welcome the following new members:

#267
Lisa Sorrell
Sorrell Custom Boots
306 W Industrial Rd.
Guthrie OK 73044


#268
Mr. David Kilgour
7 Meadow St.
Kaiapoi, North Canterbury
New Zealand
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And membership would also like to remind everyone that dues are due on Jan31 of each new year. Those of you who are in arrears are urged to make my job easier.

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#36 Post by D.A. Saguto--HCC » Thu Mar 20, 2003 4:50 am

Hope this is the right topic.

Saw a crawler line on CNN news Tuesday night amidst the war-news around 6:30 PM, that Belleville Shoe Co., one of the last two or three mfgs. of military footwear in the US just got a $110 million boot contract, and they're desperate for workers. No further details.

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#37 Post by admin » Sun May 25, 2003 4:54 pm

All,

Well, it's been a big project...maybe 40+ hours solid...but the HCC webpage now has the full Texas FSA photo essay, done in 1939 by photographer Lee Russell, available for your enjoyment.

The URL is http://www.thehcc.org and click on Texas Photos in the left frame. This is a two page essay, mostly photos, and if you are on dial up it may take a few moments to download. But once it does, clicking on any thumbnail will bring up a larger version.

I have re-captioned most of the photos from the perspective of a working bootmaker and invite *constructive* comments in that regard.

This is well worth a look...and closer study often reveals ideas and techniques that are not explicit in the photo. So, enjoy...this is HCC Guild dues at work. Image

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#38 Post by admin » Mon Oct 20, 2003 5:31 am

2003 Annual General Meeting.

Friday, October 24th:

Noon - 6pm: Registration at the Old Sturbridge Village Museum Education Building (follow signs off Rt 20) (508)347-0285

7:00pm: Dinner at Admiral T. J. Obrien.

Saturday, October 25th:

9:00am: Coffee & Donuts at the OSV. Museum Education Building Cnference Room.

10:00am: AGM Business Meeting

Lunch & talks to follow by the following:
Dan Freeman.
Sharon Raymond.
Al Saguto.

5:30pm: Dinner

After Dinner till 10:00pm: Tool Swap & Sale.

Sunday, October 26th:

Breakfast TBD.

After Breakfast: AGM wrap up at Conference room.


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#39 Post by das » Fri Nov 07, 2003 6:23 am

MUSEUM NEWS!

Seems HCC members Marquita and Serge Volken have been busy little bees over in Switzerland, as this news item relates:

http://www.24heures.ch/home/journal/index.php?Page_ID=10373&art_id=29823

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#40 Post by dw » Fri Nov 07, 2003 5:23 pm

D.A.

It's in French!! What does it say?!

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#41 Post by das » Sun Nov 16, 2003 7:12 am

DW,

Er...um...they have started their own little museum Image

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#42 Post by admin » Sat Jan 24, 2004 8:34 am

All new and re-newing members,

Please note...as of 1 January 2004, HCC dues are to be sent to:

The H.C.C.
c/o Hoover, Daughtrey & Haag, P.C.
147 Penniman Road
Williamsburg, VA 23185

The amount is the same--$20.00. Check to be made to "The Honourable Cordwainers' Company" or "The HCC." (no quotes)

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#43 Post by admin » Thu Mar 25, 2004 7:34 am

All,

Saint Crispin's Day fall on a Monday this year...

The Annual General Meeting (AGM) of The Honourable Cordwainers' Company will meet in Delavan, Wisconsin again this year from October 22 (Friday) through October 24 (Sunday).

We once again thank Larry, Cindy, and Crispin Waller for allowing us to invade their shop and home and for their congenial and generous hosting. Larry's shop in Delavan is well located for members coming from both coasts, and presents a comfortable venue for the gathering.

Larry is working on a real treat in the way of a presentation but more on that later. Suffice it to say...make your plans now to attend!! This should be a good one! (aren't they all?)

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#44 Post by walrus » Mon Sep 13, 2004 10:25 pm

[center]Notice to all HCC Members[/center]

We are pleased to announce that the 2004 HCC AGM will be held on October 22nd - 24th at Walrus Shoe & Leather CO, LLC, W8295 State Hwy 11, Delavan WI 53115, with your hosts Larry, Cindy and Crispin Waller.

Walrus Shoe & Leather Co is 45 miles SW from Milwaukee Mitchell International Airport and 65 miles NW of Chicago O'Hare Airport, with easy access from either airport. If you need more transportation information (i.e. map, limo service) we will have a packet available via email or fax.

We are holding a block of 10 rooms at the Super 8 Motel, 518 Borg Rd, Delavan WI 53115, under the name "Cordwainers". Call Teena at 262-728-1700 to reserve your room with the rate of $60.19 per night with double occupancy, by Sept 22, 2004. Please register early so if we need more rooms we can get them.


Please RSVP to Larry and Cindy at 262-882-6006 or email to Larry@walrusshoe.com
(put 2004 HCC AGM in the subject line) and let us know you are coming so we will have proper meeting rooms and food accommodations available.

The itinerary so far is as follows.

Register/meet at Super 8 from 3-5pm on Friday afternoon, feasting and drinking Friday evening at Moose Creek Lodge, Saturday am- business meeting and presentations., speakers scheduled as follows, Dick Anderson, Denes Szabo, Marc Carlson, Jake Dobbins, Wild Bill Niemczyk.
Feasting Saturday evening at the Duck Inn,and tool swapping in the evening at the Waller Barn and shop (weather permitting). Sunday Breakfast at the conveniently located Perkins, with tours of Walrus Shoe & Leather Co. to continue. More info as it becomes available.



Any questions please call Larry or Cindy 1.262.882.6006. We look forward to seeing you.

Larry Waller HCC Member
Walrus Shoe & Leather Co. LLC

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#45 Post by walrus » Fri Sep 24, 2004 8:32 am

Notice to all HCC Members



We are pleased to announce that the 2004 HCC AGM will be held on October 22nd - 24th at Walrus Shoe & Leather CO, LLC, W8295 State Hwy 11, Delavan WI 53115, with your hosts Larry, Cindy and Crispin Waller.

Walrus Shoe & Leather Co is 45 miles SW from Milwaukee Mitchell International Airport and 65 miles NW of Chicago O'Hare Airport, with easy access from either airport. If you need more transportation information (i.e. map, limo service) we will have a packet available via email or fax.

We are holding a block of 10 rooms at the Super 8 Motel, 518 Borg Rd, Delavan WI 53115, under the name "Cordwainers". Call Teena at 262-728-1700 to reserve your room with the rate of $60.19 per night with double occupancy, by Sept 22, 2004. Please register early so if we need more rooms we can get them.


Please RSVP to Larry and Cindy at 262-882-6006 or email to Larry@walrusshoe.com
(put 2004 HCC AGM in the subject line) and let us know you are coming so we will have proper meeting rooms and food accommodations available.

The itinerary so far is as follows.

Register/meet at Super 8 from 3-5pm on Friday afternoon, feasting and drinking Friday evening at Moose Creek Lodge, Saturday am- business meeting and presentations., speakers scheduled as follows, Dick Anderson, Denes Szabo, Marc Carlson, Jake Dobbins, Wild Bill Niemczyk.
Feasting Saturday evening at the Duck Inn,and tool swapping in the evening at the Waller Barn and shop (weather permitting). Sunday Breakfast at the conveniently located Perkins, with tours of Walrus Shoe & Leather Co. to continue. More info as it becomes available.



Any questions please call Larry or Cindy 1.262.882.6006. We look forward to seeing you.

Larry Waller HCC Member
Walrus Shoe & Leather Co. LLC

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#46 Post by walrus » Sun Oct 10, 2004 9:13 am

Hi All
Just a reminder if you are comming to the 2004 HCC meeting.
Please RSVP to Larry and Cindy at 262-882-6006 or email to Larry@walrusshoe.com
(put 2004 HCC AGM in the subject line) and let us know you are coming so we will have proper meeting rooms and food accommodations available.

The itinerary so far is as follows.

Register/meet at Super 8 from 3-5pm on Friday afternoon, feasting and drinking Friday evening at Moose Creek Lodge, Saturday am- business meeting and presentations., speakers scheduled as follows, Dick Anderson, Denes Szabo, Marc Carlson, Jake Dobbins, Wild Bill Niemczyk. And Penny Nash From Newberger Bros.Leather .
Feasting Saturday evening at the Duck Inn,and tool swapping in the evening at the Waller Barn and shop (weather permitting). Sunday Breakfast at the conveniently located Perkins, with tours of Walrus Shoe & Leather Co. to continue. More info as it becomes available.



Any questions please call Larry or Cindy 1.262.882.6006. We look forward to seeing you.

Larry Waller HCC Member
Walrus Shoe & Leather Co. LLC

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#47 Post by dw » Sat Oct 23, 2004 1:03 pm

AGM is this weekend...I hope all you corwainers and cordwainettes are having a good time.

Be sure to take pictures.

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#48 Post by walrus » Thu Oct 28, 2004 8:26 am

I will be posting a bunch when I get them reduced Hopefully before the weekend .
Thanks to you all for coming
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#49 Post by jake » Thu Nov 25, 2004 9:47 am

Wishing "Everyone" a Happy and Safe Thanksgiving! Thanks for contributing and making this website not only informative, but successful and enjoyable.

Have a good one!

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#50 Post by jake » Fri Nov 26, 2004 7:08 am

Thought I would post a few pics from the recent HCC AGM. After I post a pic, everyone chip in to name the faces! Sounds like fun to me......by the way, I forgot I had taken a few pics at registration. Found them yesterday on my camera.
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