Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Realia and Art includes a variety of three dimensional items representing and honoring Doberman Pinschers. There are several statues and book plates, club posters, pins, medallions, and works of art in sculpture and watercolors. Items of particular interest include a set of ear clamps from around 1980, and a print depicting the dog market in Apolda, Germany, where Doberman Pinschers originated.
Includes objects and ephemera from the DPCA's National Specialty shows, such as trophies, medallions, pins and other items imprinted with the show logo, and signs. These items are a small representation of the trophies and other awards bestowed and keepsakes created by the DPCA for its National Specialty shows over the years.
The Chihuahua Club of America (CCA) records collects some of the work of the CCA in its efforts to help and promote the Chihuahua breed inside and outside the fancy. The collection's newsletters, meeting minutes, and clippings give insight to many regional Chihuahua dog shows, the operations of the Club and the breed's popularity from the 1950's to the early 2000's.