Bill Morgenstein





Bill Morgenstein



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The Crazy Life of a Kid fro...

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“As a stock boy, I put away shipments onto the shelves, put back the shoes that the sales people had left by the stools, dusted the displays, straightened the socks, and swept the floors. Soon”
Bill Morgenstein, The Crazy Life of a Kid from Brooklyn: My Crazy Life in history, with celebrities, with travel & with business.

“We’ve forgotten the names now, but until the early sixties, National, Simco, Father & Son, Miles, A. S. Beck, Kitty Kelly, and many others were famous.”
Bill Morgenstein, The Crazy Life of a Kid from Brooklyn: My Crazy Life in history, with celebrities, with travel & with business.

“In 1939, unemployment was over 17 percent. Just outside of Boston at 210 Lincoln Street, there were over three hundred shoe companies. Some of them decided to pass the hat to help those who didn’t have enough to eat. So the 210 Foundation was born, and it still exists today. “Shoe People Helping Shoe People.” It is the only industry organization of its kind. It binds those in the industry with a certain respect and a desire to help those who fall on hard times. We used to call it the “Old Shoe Biz.” That meant lasting friendships, drinking, good restaurants,”
Bill Morgenstein, The Crazy Life of a Kid from Brooklyn: My Crazy Life in history, with celebrities, with travel & with business.

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