Subject Source: Local sources
Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
American Kennel Club Breed Standard Pamphlets Collection
American Rottweiler Club collection
Scope and Contents Collection is comprised of three microfilm reels containing photographic images of important publications pertaining to the Rottweiler breed from the 1940s through the 1970s. These include 10th Anniversary programs for two affiliate clubs, premium lists, pictorials, and a 1972-1978 run of the parent club newsletter ARK. See container list for a complete inventory. There are also four folders of records of the Colonial Rottweiler Club, mostly regarding the 1976...
AKD 3.7 Doberman Pinscher Club of America collection
Abstract The Doberman Pinscher Club of America collection spans from 1887 to present and is a comprehensive record of the Doberman Pinscher breed in America and the club's activities.The collection is arranged into ten series. Club Administration and Governance includes club meeting minutes, secretary's files, officer and committee files, and membership lists, directories, and club yearbooks. The Chapter Clubs series includes records related to the management of chapter clubs, Chapter...
Giant Schnauzer Club of America records
Scope and Contents Note This collection is dynamic and rich. It contains a wealth of photographs and written material on the history and health of the breed as well as the club.The publication series comprises the bulk of the collection. It contains items such as What You Should Know About the Giant Schnauzer which is comprehensive in nature; it’s a great source for its history, care, exhibition, and breeding among other topics. The GSCA’s official publication Giant Steps makes up the bulk of the...
American Tibetan Mastiff Association records
Greater Swiss Mountain Dog Club of America collection
The collection contains the Years of the Greater Swiss Mountain Dog books from 1968 to 1998 in printed and digital formats. The books primarily consist of pedigrees and champions lists, but also include breed standards, membership lists, and various flyers and advertisements for breeders and breeding stock. The collection also includes the Club's proposal to the AKC to recognize the breed in Herding events.
Mastiff Club of America collection
Identifier: AKD -3.14
Abstract The Mastiff Club of America (MCOA) collection contains breed research, clippings, and photograph files dating back to 1890; club administration files holding a wide variety of club records dating between 1938 and 2008; catalogs, premium lists, and photographs for events beginning with the club's first independent specialty in 1983; a broad swath of Mastiff-related publications released by the club, its affiliates, and other regional and international associations devoted to the breed...
Newfoundland Club of America collection
Identifier: AKD -3-15
Abstract The Newfoundland Club of America collection thoroughly documents the club’s activities since its founding in the 1930s, through meeting minutes, reports, and correspondence files of some of its most prominent members and officers over the years: Nell Ayers, Kitty Drury, and Larry Lerner. Also present is a complete run of its publication “Newf Tide,” photographs of prominent dogs dating back to the 1920s, a large assemblage of catalogs for National Specialties as well as regional shows and...
Dates: c. 1915-2007
Portuguese Water Dog Club of America collection
Abstract The collection comprehensively chronicles the club and breed histories' development over the course of 30 years in the United States. It includes meeting minutes dating back to the club's founding; club administration files; correspondence; original litter registries and import certificates for the earliest examples of the breed in the United States; publications, such as national and regional club newsletters; catalogs, photographs, and video records of select National Specialties; and...
Standard Schnauzer Club of America Collection
Abstract The Standard Schnauzer Club of America (SSCA) records include documentation of the club’s efforts to promote the Standard Schnauzer breed in the United States. A notable part of the collection are the club’s newsletters and periodicals, Pepper ‘N Salt, documenting the club’s membership, dog shows, pedigrees and champions, breeders, meetings, finances, and articles of interest from 1951 to 2011. Other publications include versions of the SSCA Source Book,...
Dates: c. 1900-2013