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The Chapin-Horowitz Cynogetica Collection includes a variety of material in various formats.
AKC Gazette, 1985-2003 on microfilm SF423 .A52 (1995- )
Daybook, circa 1890s, of the Cleveland and Badminton Foxhounds of the United Kingdom. Includes descriptions of various hunts on which the dogs go, names and pedigrees of some of the dogs, accounts of money exchanged during hunts, and poems written about dogs.
Includes printed and manuscript material written in Spanish and originating from Spain and Spanish-speaking countries in North America and South America. The collection is currently being processed and new items will be added on an ongoing basis. For this reason, the indicated date range is approximate at this point. This collection has multiple creators, which have not been indexed at this time.
Letters, 1926, written to the Dixie Hound Kennels of Herrick, Illinois. Both letters are inquiries about purchasing coondogs from the Dixie Hound Kennels, one sent from Pennsylvania and the other sent from Arkansas. Dixie Hound Kennels sent at least one dog out on a 10 day trial.
Scrapbook consisting of newspaper article, picture, and comic collages cut and pasted into a 1920 Sunflower State Normal School, Emporia, Kansas book. Most of the newspaper clippings appear to be from the 1930's. There are various articles and pictures of dogs of all breeds.
79 original ink sketches of dogs by Carol B. Hannum. The works range in size and were illustrate different breeds and poses of the canine species. Most drawings contain a date caption, breed of dog, if known, and the name of the dog. Some are dogs owned by friends of the artist while others are labelled, "neighborhood dog" or "rescue."
Red bound scrapbook created by Judith Bowers when she was a girl about World War II. Her father, Daniel Magrino was a soldier in the army during this war. Her scrapbook details the effect of the war on the Homefront, especially in regard to rations of gas and food.
This ledger book was used to record dog racing competitions in Pennsylvania. Its dates span from 1895 to 1903. It has names, ages, colors, breeds and other information about the different dogs, as well as the names of owners.
Contains the minutes of the Pennsylvania Beagle Club of Knox, Pa., from 1915 to 1924. Minutes include members present and issues discussed.
All material in the Jean Prendergast collection relates to the pug dog breed. Items include figurines, soft sculptures, chocolate molds, and a Meerschaum cigarette holder. Images of some of the artifacts are available via flickr.
Copy of talk by Linda Collins Reilly entitled "The Dog in Ancient Greece--Hunter, Worker, Friend," Sept. 9, 1992, given at the opening of the Zollinger Museum for an exhibit.
Bound volume containing the records of a dog-breeding kennel from 1838 to 1855. Each entry lists a breeding pair of hunting dogs in a particular season or year, along with their offspring and the names of clients to whom they were distributed. Clients are listed along with their town of residence, which center around an area of England north of London, possibly Essex or Hertfordshire.
Letter written to "Katy" (Catherine Bammen), poem and resolution written about the death of a dog.