Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
The Thomas M. Gately papers collect photographs, correspondence, clippings, and other documents related to the Gatelys' handling and kennel business with a focus on photographs of their prize-winning dogs. The majority of the photographs are "win shots" and the majority of the documents are books, receipts, correspondence, and clippings related to the kennel and handling business. There are also some photographs and documents related to the Gatelys' personal life.
The George Shepherd Page papers include the records of the Page family's kennel, Dunrobin Kennels, which includes some of the first Scottish Deerhounds in America. The collection will be of interest to rearchers seeking the history of Scottish Deerhounds in America, the breeding and care of dogs in the late 19th Century, and some information on late 19th Century coursing for hounds. The resources include pedigrees, kennel diaries, minutes, track plans, photographs, and show awards.
Collection consists of 26 black-and-white photos assembled by Faye Bergman documenting her activities as a Boxer breeder and show judge in the 1940s through 1960s, a period considered a golden era for the breed. Highlights include many shots by famed West Coast West Coast show photographer Joan Ludwig, frequent coverage of well-known handler George Sangster, footage of the Bergmans' Jamaye Kennels in El Monte, California, and whimsical portraits of Boxer puppies.
The Wilbur E. Henry "Red" collection of Beagle research materials (1878-1975) documents Henry's interest in the history, breeding, and training of hunting dogs. Included are original pedigrees, correspondence, notes, pamphlets, pictures, and ephemera assembled by Henry over the years. Highlights are early 20th-century ephemera, advertisements, field trial records, pedigrees, photographs, and correspondence related to prominent Beagles.