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The Shoe Cobbler

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Published on Mar 22, 2012

Shortly after the war ended, Linder found his way to Tryon. He began working for Myrtle Tucker, who owned the Tryon Shoe Hospital in town. 63 years later at age 92, Linder is still open for business in a small shop behind his house in Landrum, South Carolina.

Comments • 6

PatGDressage
Beautiful work, Erik!
Mrkrush
Love you, Mr. Linder!!
gingerleav
Mr. Linder is one of the delightful characters who make our Landrum/Tryon/Saluda area special. What a lovely, well composed mini-documentary.
Happy Happy Happy
Excellent !!!!
Andy Millard
Wow, what a beautiful and touching video! I loved it. The production matches the gentleman and strikes just the right note.
Sheila Veatch
I just love Mr. Linder-he's a treasure. No matter when you go, he's always the same warm and friendly guy.
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