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Killerby Hall, old home of Thomas and John Booth.
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Robert Bruce's home in Ireland.
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Manager's residence on the Locust Valley farm of Russell Grinnell. Exeter, Rhode Island.
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Woodburn house in Kentucky.
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Home of Thomas Bates at Kirklevington.
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Robert Colling home. Barmpton, County Durham, England.
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The big stone stable at Ladykirk. W. Green, Berwick.
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Mrs. Minnie W. Miller Hampshire sheep, proprietress Thousand Springs Farm. Wendell, Idaho. Livestock Photo Co.
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London Central Markets, England.
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Pasture scene at L.C. Emmons. Swarthmore, Pennsylvania.
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Guernsey cattle and a few of the springs. Thousand Springs farm in Wendell, Idaho. Livestock Photo Co.
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Milking cows in the village of Carantin, France.
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Interior room at the Saddle and Sirloin Club. Chicago, Illinois.
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Interior room at the Saddle and Sirloin Club. Chicago, Illinois.
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Interior room at the Saddle and Sirloin Club. Chicago, Illinois.
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Front exterior view of the International Live Stock Exposition building. Chicago, Illinois.
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Indiana pig club boy getting in training for the show. J.G. Allen, West Lafayette, Indiana.
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Joseph E. Wing and Professor Perry G. Holden discussing their mutually favorite topic, alfalfa. The Breeder's Gazette (frontispiece).
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Photo and brief history of Flower Girl 18th and Missie of Downsview championship cattle bred by T.A. Russell, Downsview.
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Sketch of a barn for feeding 1,000 lambs and a written proposal by Joseph E. Wing.
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Portrait of William Burlton. Norway, Iowa.
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Portrait of Hon. T.C. Jones, associate editor of the National Live Stock Journal. Bodurthas Studio, Sandusky.
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Portrait of James Howie. McGregor Studio, Kilmarnock, Scotland.
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Portrait of the late Lord Fitzhardinge.
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Portrait of William Warfield, famous Shorthorn breeder who owned Grasmere near Lexington, Kentucky and wrote the first American text on stock breeding. Mullen Studio, Lexington, Kentucky.
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Portrait of L.N. Bonhan.
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Portrait of A.M. Garland. Brands Studios, Chicago, Illinois.
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Captain Barclay (of Ury, the father of Shorthorn breeding in North Scotland) walking 1,000 miles in 1,000 hours. Scotland.
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Portrait of J.G. Imbodeu. Vandeventer Studio, Decatur, Illinois.
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Portrait of C.A. Lewis.
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Portrait of John Ashton.
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Portrait of Foster Dwight Coburn, secretary of the Kansas State Board of Agriculture at Topeka, editor of the Livestock Indicator of Kansas City, and author of the Book of Alfalfa.
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Portrait of Geo. C. Morrow.
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Portrait of Amos Cruickshank, famous Scottish breeder of Shorthorn cattle in the 1800s. E. Geering, Aberdeen, Scotland.
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Portrait of Edward N. Wentworth, director of the Livestock Bureau for Armour & Co. He also served on the The Breeder's Gazette staff, served on faculties of Iowa and Kansas State colleges, and is author of The Portrait Gallery of the Saddle and Sirloin Club.
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Portrait of E.T. Robbins.
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Portrait of Hon. James Wilson, Secretary of the US Department of Agriculture. Washington, D.C.
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Portrait of Alvin Howard Sanders, livestock journalist and editor of the The Breeder's Gazette. P.H. Alusragh, Chicago, Illinois.
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Portrait of John Cochrane. McGregor & Sons.
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Portrait of A.S. Alexander. DeTonge, Madison, Wisconsin.
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Portrait of William Arnon Henry. Cornell University, 1880, and Dean of College of Agriculture, University of Wisconsin. S.L. Stein, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
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Portrait of Will Barnes. Harris & Ewing.
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Portrait of Andrew Allan, 1823-1898. Wunnoch, Dalry, Ayrshire.
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Biography of Andrew Allan.
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Armour Portrait Ready for Place in Hall of Fame. Chicago, Illinois.
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Portrait of Philip D. Armour, founder of the Armour Meat Packing Company, Chicago. Brisbois, Chicago, Illinois.
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Death of Noted Agriculturist, Mr. Michael Logan of Bargenoch. Bargenoch, Scotland.
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Portrait of Michael Logan of Bargenoch. Scotland.
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Earl of Coventry, noted Hereford Breeder. England.
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Donation of Lord Coventry's photo. Wimbledon, England.
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Address by Alvin H. Sanders, D. Agr. L.L.D., editor of the The Breeder's Gazette, at the University of Illinois, January 28, 1914.
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Portrait of Philip D. Armour in the Illinois Farmers' Hall of Fame, University of Illinois. Chicago, Illinois.
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Photo of an oil painting of Amos Cruickshank, famous Scottish breeder of Shorthorn Cattle. This painting was done from a photo taken by Alvin Sanders when he called on Mr. Cruickshank in Scotland and is believed to have been the last photo taken of him.
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Eulogy of Mrs. John Clay including her portrait and her only son, John Clay, Jr. Woodstock, Canada.
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Portrait of John ("Jack") Clay, Jr. and his mother, Mrs. John Clay. Woodstock, Canada.
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Portrait of Samuel R. Guard, who took over the The Breeder's Gazette in 1927.
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Group photo of Alvin Sanders (right), Mrs. Sanders (middle), and Secretary of State, Philander C. Knox (left). Palm Beach, Florida.
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Portrait of Joseph E. Wing, writer for the The Breeder's Gazette.
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Portrait of Amos Cruickshank for the The Breeder's Gazette issue of Christmas 1909.
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Portrait of the Earl of Dunmore.
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Catalogue of the Improved Short Horned Cattle, bred by the Earl of Dunmore, sold by auction. Dunmore, England.
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Bronze bust of the late US Senator William A. Harris. Erected on the campus of the Kansas Agricultural College at Manhattan.
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Residence of John Clay in Scotland.
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"Model Mill (?)" at her new home at Baker S.H. Farms. Kansas City, Missouri.
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Dutchie Webster bought this bull, "Lonton Knight", from the Prince of Wales.
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Shorthorn cattle at Buckland Hill Farm. Nokesville, Virginia.
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Cattle at Babraham, Cambridge, England.
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Smithfield Fat Stock Show. Aberdeen Angus Heifer "Estelle of Maisemore" J J Cridlan, 1st Breed Cup & Champion beast of the show.
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The $60,000.00 Shorthorn bull.
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Shorthorn, "Third Duke of Hillhurst", purchased September 1872 by the Earl of Dunmore for 1,000 guineas and her pedigree.
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Hereford ox bred by Mr. R. Hill, property of the Earl of Warwick, and exhibited at the Smithfield Cattle Show 1839.
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Hereford ox bred by John Buckley.
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Hereford ox bred by H. Chamberlain and exhibited at the Smithfield Show 1838. Engraved for the Farmers Magazine.
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Letter and photos of sheep and cattle of Scotland.
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Letter and 3 Ayrshire cow photos from C.L. Burlingham, Sec., Ayrshire Breeders Association. Brandon, Vermont.
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Photos of Belted Galloway Cows for the New Breeders Gazette.
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Bronze tablet which was on the Saddle and Sirloin Club of Chicago, Illinois.
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Clydesdale Horse Headquarters which was at the Stockyards in Chicago, Illinois.
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Portrait of Arthur Leonard, president of the Union Stock Yards and a founder of the International Livestock Exposition.
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Portrait of Thomas E. Wilxon, president of the Wilson Meat Packing Company.
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Portrait of President Calvin Coolidge.
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Portrait of Joseph E. Wing.
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Portrait of Frank D. Tomson, breeder of Shorthorn cattle.
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Portrait of DeWitt C. Wing.
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Portrait of William R. Goodwin, vice president of the Sanders Publishing Co. and managing editor of the The Breeder's Gazette.
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Portrait of Nicholas Longworth.
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Portrait of Robert A (?).
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Boards containing farming scenes.
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Photo of the Tariff Board. Washington, D.C.
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Portrait of Franklin MacVeagh, Secretary of the Treasury.
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Portrait of President William H. Taft. Washington, D.C.
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Portrait of Secretary of State Philander Knox.
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Portrait of Senator Nelson W. Aldrich, architect of the Payne-Aldrich Tariff Act (1909).
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Portrait of Henry C. Emery, professor at Yale and member of the Tariff Board, Washington, D.C.
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Portrait of James Reynolds, Assistant Secretary of the Treasury and a member of the Tariff Board, Washington, D.C.
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Portrait of Frank O. Lowden, governor of Illinois (1917-1921).
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Portrait of John Clay, president of the Internation Live Stock Exposition and contributing writer for the The Breeder's Gazette.
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Various journal articles by Alvin Sanders.
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Portrait of Richard J. Oglesby, governor of Illinois and US Senator (1873).
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Portrait of Philander C. Knox.
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Cover of the front page of the The Breeder's Gazette, Vol. 1, No. 1, Chicago, December 1, 1881.
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Correspondence to and from Alvin Sanders.
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Correspondence to and from Alvin Sanders.
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Correspondence to and from Alvin Sanders.
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Jack London correspondence, photos, and newspaper clippings.
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Correspondence, clippings and reports of the Tariff Board.
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The Breeder's Gazette journal financial records.
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Awards presented to Alvin Sanders.
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"The Cry of the Hounds", article for publication by John Clay.
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Articles and photos for publication by Joe Wing.
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Agricultural journals and newspapers.
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Agricultural journals and newspapers.