Historic Clemson Photos #28 - Judge Keller

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I'm pleased to present today's Historic Clemson Photo, submitted by long time TigerNet member Mintaka®.

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The first Judge Keller, Isaac Keller, shown here in the early 50s shortly before he turned his store over to his son, William Bryan Keller. The story goes that Isaac Keller, a tailor, would see to it that the uniforms of the cadets would fit properly. This all started because a cadet wouldn't wear his uniform saying it didn't fit. The cadet was sent to Isaac Keller to settle the dispute, and thus the
nickname "Judge" stuck to him.

This photo shows Judge Kellers in downtown Clemson as it was in 1936.

William Bryan Keller passed away sometime back, but his son Leonard Keller now runs the store.

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