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Butler's Shoes (Atlanta, Ga.)
Shoe Industry and Trade

This shoe store was the result of a merger between two shoe chains, one owned by the Pollacks and another family in Florida. Butler Shoes emerged around 1940 when Lou Pollack retired and his brother, Ben, moved to Atlanta to manage the store. It was originally known as Butler Pollacks.

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