Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents Dog Shows files include all records, objects, and visual materials related to Doberman Pinscher specialty dog shows, mainly the DPCA's annual National Specialty shows although there is a small amount of Chapter Club Specialty show photographs and video footage. Records created in show planning, guest registers, Premium Lists, and Catalogs are included, as well as photographs (win shots and candids), scrapbooks, and video footage of shows. In addition, representative objects and ephemera,...
Scope and Contents Educational Materials consists mainly of videos created in the late 1980s to mid 1990s of seminars and interviews conducted by the Club. Seminar topics range from judging, stud dogs, diseases, and movement, while interviewees include Doberman handlers, breeders, and judges. Also included are charts, correspondence, and posters on Doberman anatomy, color inheritance, and breed standards. In 2003, various educational materials were compiled on CD to create a comprehensive resource for club...
Dates: 1934-2010; Majority of material found within 1985-1994
Scope and Contents The American Water Spaniel Club collection documents the activities and output of the club devoted to the sporting breed. A large assemblage of newsletters and publication, including catalogues, premium lists, and pictorials of top-winning dogs dominate the collection. Also present are the club constitution and articles of incorporation, color snapshots from dog shows and trials, video recordings of national specialty shows dating back to its first in 1994, and a series of pedigrees and...
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...
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...
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...
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
Abstract The Scottish Terrier Club of America collection documents some of the club's administrative operations, club membership, breed shows, publications, and breed photos and scrapbooks. Significant holdings include meeting minutes, show catalogs (1976 to 2001) and a run of the club's newsletter The Bagpiper. In addition, scrapbooks dating from the 1920s and 1930s document the breed's early American history. Photographic and audiovisual materials include...
Dates: c. 1890-2009
Abstract The Poodle Club of America collection contains records of the club's activities and administration dating back to the mid-1930s, including meeting minutes, breed standard and bylaws and constitution drafts and correspondence, officer reports, and National and Regional Specialty files, catalogs, photographs, and audio-visual documentation. Of wider research interest are the personal papers and photographs of prominent figure in the sport Anne Rogers Clark, obedience pioneers Blanche Saunders...
Dates: 1884-2016; 1931-2016