Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Found in 55 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents This group of records includes two scrapbooks of Labrador Retriever clippings from dog publications and one photo album, numerous loose photographs and slides of Labrador Retrievers. Photographs include win shots, candids, portrait and profile snapshots, puppies, photographs with children, and field hunting. Many of the photographs in this collection were considered or used for Dorothy Howe's book, ...
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 This series includes scrapbooks, photographs, videos, and clippings about notable Doberman Pinschers and people involved in breeding, showing, handling, training, and owning them. These materials were compiled by DPCA and its members.A sizeable collection of Doberman Pinscher photographs and image clippings were sorted by an unknown person alphabetically by the dog's name, although there are also miscellaneous and unsorted files. This is a good place to look for images of a...
Dates: c. 1900-2010
Scope and Contents This series consists of visual depictions, including scrapbooks, photographs, and video footage, of the DPCA's annual National Specialty shows. The annual scrapbooks and photograph compilations were created by DPCA and consist mostly of win shots with identifying information such as dog name, class, and placement. Catalog pages, judge biographies, candid photographs, and information on the show location are included in some scrapbooks. There are several photo collages with candid...
Scope and Contents These materials consist mostly of photographs and video footage from Chapter Club Specialty shows. Also included are some show advertisements and medallions given as gifts to judges at such shows.The Doberman Pinscher Club of Houston file is a scrapbook also containing images from the Houston Kennel Club all-breed show, clippings, correspondence, and other materials documenting dog show culture in Southeast Texas. A photograph of singing cowboy Rex Allen is also present....
Scope and Contents Eleanor Houston (nee Hill) Carpenter was an early importer of Doberman Pinschers from Germany in the mid to late 1930s, including notable Dobermans Ch. Cherloc v. Raufelsen and Ch. Assy von Illerblick, and produced many champions as a breeder. Carpenter also wrote educational articles on Dobermans and was active in the DPCA and as a judge. Her Pennsylvania property on which the kennel originated was seized by eminent domain in the 1950s. The collection contains numerous images...
Dates: 1921-1996; Majority of material found within 1930-1965
Scope and Contents Book 1 and 2 consist of documents and periodicals removed from two three-ring binders, including articles, correspondence, Illini Dobe Doings, an interview and article in Dobe World, and four photographs. The collection also includes pedigrees, registrations, awards, and photographs, especially of Dobermans from Von Der Heide Kennels, Reg., under which John and his wife Sally E. Brueggeman bred Doberman Pinschers. Finally, there is a framed print of an illustrated standard drawing by John...
Scope and contents The War and Pilot Dogs collection, one of the first collections donated to the DPCA Archives by Eleanor and Rhys Carpenter (with later additions) is comprised of books, periodicals, clippings, photographs, videos, and correspondence regarding the War Dogs program intiated by the United States Marine Corps during World War II, and clippings and photographs regarding Pilot Dogs, trained to guide their blind or vision-challenged owners.War Dogs, also known as "Devil Dogs," were...
Dates: 1933-2010; Majority of material found within 1940-1945
Scope and Contents This small collection of documents, photographs, and objects regarding Ch. Luz v. Rodeltal appears to have been compiled by Nancy K. Heitzman, DPCA Archives Committee Chairperson, beginning circa 1980s. Luz was born in Germany in 1926, a grandson of Lux v.d. Blankenburg, one of Germany's all-time leading sires. He became an American champion in 1934 and sired three champions, including Sieger Muck von Brunia. Muck's descendants include Ch. Blank v.d. Domstadt and Ch. Dictator v....
Dates: Majority of material found within 1934, 1984-2002
Scope and Contents Frank L. Grant was an active exhibitor, breeder, and owner of Doberman Pinschers in the 1940s and early 1950s in Michigan and Ohio. He was also an accomplished trainer and judge of both conformation and obedience, judging the DPCA National Specialty twice. His Dobermans, Int. Ch. Ardexter vd Valtheim ("Dex") and Can./Am. Ch. Cristi vd Rhinegold, were accomplished in the show ring.This collection includes a scrapbook in memorial of Frank L. Grant's contributions to the Doberman...