Lucy Grzeszczuk walks up to Proctor Shoe Repair to inquire about her shoes. She said she did not care if they were unfinished, and simply wanted her footwear back. “They are expensive shoes,” she said.
Lucy Grzeszczuk walks up to Proctor Shoe Repair to inquire about her shoes. She said she did not care if they were unfinished, and simply wanted her footwear back. “They are expensive shoes,” she said. David Montesino Staff photographer
Lucy Grzeszczuk walks up to Proctor Shoe Repair to inquire about her shoes. She said she did not care if they were unfinished, and simply wanted her footwear back. “They are expensive shoes,” she said. David Montesino Staff photographer

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