Oh yes. In fact, "Alexander & Oviatt" was the exclusive U.S. importer/seller of McAfee shoes and boots from 1920 to the end of the decade. James Oviatt introduced McAfee footwear to the American market, and "Oviatt's" continued selling McAfee shoes right up to the store's closure in 1967.
I found these Bostonians in the thrift shop yesterday for $4.99. Made in Italy and in hardly worn condition - all they needed was a good polishing. I like the combination of smooth and pebble grain leather - almost like black-on-black spectators. The pebbble grain leather is very soft and flexible, making them super comfortable for walking.
BTW - Where would this style fall on the scale of casual to dressy?
"I ain't braggin' 'bout what I got,
but I'm the guy that put the ape in apricot.."
Stripped of the cunning artifices of the tailor, and standing forth in the garb of Eden - what a sorry set of round-shouldered, spindle-shanked, crane-necked varlets would civilized men appear. ~ Herman Melville