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Scope and Contents Le Souef describes the cross-bred zebra that the Royal Melbourne Zoological Gardens have in their care. It is the product of a Burchell's zebra and white donkey, and is four years old. He goes on to give a physical description of the foal, and writes that he is enclosing photos of the specimens (not present).
Dates: 16 March 1898
Scope and Contents Mungall writes regarding the filly foal born in 1908 to the yellow dun Shetland mare 'Helen II' and says that due to the distance he cannot say whether the foal has chestnuts (callosities) or ergots. However, the second foal born to the mare does have chestnuts.
Dates: 22 September 1909
Scope and Contents Mungall writes that he can now confirm that the foal born in 1908 to 'Helen II' does have chestnuts and ergots, more pronounced than the foal born in 1909.
Dates: 06 October 1909
Scope and Contents Photograph of the Shire mare, "Lockington Beauty, " and her foal, "Merveille" standing in a paddock in the early 20th century. The text beneath the image states, "The most extraordinary successful brood mare yet known in the Shire world. - L.S.J."