Vintage Puppies

I’ve lost count on what number this is in the series. Let’s just say it’s number more-again.

Source: Voogt, G. D. (1907).  Our domestic animals, their habits, intelligence and usefulness. Boston, Massachusetts: Ginn & Co.
Two images from:
Anon. (1919, March). The sagacity and courage of dogs. The National Geographic Magazine, pp. 253-274
Adorable Sealy puppies pictured in the book:
Rogers, A. L. (1922). Cairn and Sealyham terriers. New York, NY: R. M. McBride & Company:
This Japanese spaniel got quite a backdrop for his picture.
Russian wolfhounds
Wirehaired fox terriers
Bostons. This image and the three above it are from the book:
Judy, W. L. (1925). The dog encyclopedia: a complete reference work on dogs. Chicago, Illinois: Judy Publishing Company
Salukis in the book:
Ash, E. C. (1927). Dogs: their history and development, volume II. Boston, Massachusetts: Houghton Mifflin Company
This puppy looks like someone used a shrinking machine on an adult Clumber.
Source: Ash, E. C. (1927). Dogs: their history and development, volume II. Boston, Massachusetts: Houghton Mifflin Company
Two month old springers owned by Clarion Kennels in NYC, shown in the book:
Bowers, F. (1936). The dog owner’s handbook. Boston: Houghton Mifflin.
Scotties owned by Hill Top Farm Kennels in Greenwich, Connecticut, pictured in:
Bowers, F. (1936). The dog owner’s handbook. Boston: Houghton Mifflin.

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