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Identifier: ArmyFootMeasuring (find matches)
Title: Army Foot Measuring And Shoe Fitting System Prefaced By A Discussion Of The Theory And Importance Of Correct Shoefit For Enlisted Men A Manual For Commissioned Officers
Year: 1918 (1910s)
Authors: U.S. Army
Subjects: WWI World War I Shoes United States. -- Army -- Quartermaster Corps
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and drawings on Page 37. 3. Place in the stock section of the fitting room 200 pairs of shoes, obtained from the Quartermaster and of the exactsizes and. widths shown in the table of sizes on Page 32. Thissubordinate stock, if replenished with sizes as needed, willadmit of the maximum speed in fitting large bodies of men. 4. Arrange systematically, by issuance of orders, for thepresence of the men who are to be fitted, assigning hours fortheir arrival in relays at the fitting quarters. The men areto have clean feet and clean socks. The assignment of duties to measurers, recorders and stockhandlers and the complete procedure of handling the menwho are to be measured and fitted are as follows: Order of Fitting Procedure A company or relay of men enter the waiting room, re-move their shoes and leggings and, in line, carrying shoesand leggings, enter the measuring room. Bach man, in order, receives a slip at the registrar (A),table (10) containing his name, number and regiment* . He 34 \
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then proceeds to the measuring platform, ascends the steps(13) to one of the measurers (B). Each foot is measured and the measurer records theestimated size of each; thus, Left, 9B, Right, 8 1-2 C. Theseentries are made on the slip in the space marked EstimatedSize. The measurer records his initials on the O. K. linein the same space. The man takes the recording slip and leaves the platformby way of steps (14); he enters the fitting room, where hisslip is examined by the fitter, who then fits him to the best ofhis ability, recording in the space marked Fitted Size thesize and width of shoes as fitted. The fitter records hisinitials on the O. K. line in the same space and gives theslip to the man, who proceeds to the fit-testing platform (29).Here the fit is examined by the assistant head fitter (F) andthe man walks down the incline to the head fitter G. When the fit of the mans shoes has received final 0. K. hedelivers his slip to the recorder (H) at table (31). He thenremoves the new

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  • bookcentury:1900
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