Who invented the penny loafer?

Answer The loafer, as a style of shoe, was first produced by the Spalding Company in the 1930s when an article in "Esquire" magazine highlighted this convenient, slip-on type of footwear worn by Norwegian... Read More »

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Who invented the penny loafer shoe?

The Spaulding Company started selling loafers in America in 1933. However, John R. Bass of Bass Shoes invented the penny loafer a few years later. Bass modified the Spaulding loafer by putting a st... Read More »

When was the penny whistle invented?

The metal penny whistle (also known as the tin whistle, tin flute, vertical flute or Irish whistle) was invented in 1843 by Robert Clarke, founder of "The Clarke Tinwhistle Company."Source:Celtic-I... Read More »

Who invented the Penny Black stamp?

In 1840, the Penny Black stamp became the first prepaid postage stamp. It was designed from the Wyon city medal that William Wyon created from a model of a young Princess Victoria in 1834.Source:Im... Read More »

What does loafer mean?

The term loafer has a couple of different meanings. Loafer footwear which is a type of slip-on shoe. A loafer can also refer to someone who is slacking off on the job or not doing his work.Source... Read More »