Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Created For = NAHSTE
Found in 66 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents Field notebook belonging to Alexander Carmichael, noted as being 'Bought at St Columb, Cornwall, 30 Nov[ember] 1864 pr[ice] 2/3'. The back inside cover contains a note probably collected as part of excise duties which reads 'Rod[erick] MacPhie Mast of boat 21.8 [-] 1.2½ [-]'. The notebook contains one insertion. The majority of the notebook contains lore relating to Miùlaigh/Mingulay mostly collected from Roderick MacNeil, crofter, aged 88, known as Ruairidh an Rùma. Roderick MacNeil also...
Dates: 1864 to
Scope and Contents Fragment of a song [Uamh an Òir] which reads 'He darin a hua, Si ghaluain a charach mi' and accompanying story about a man being attacked in a cave by a gal uain [gal uaine or green she-dog].
Dates: 19 August 1886
Scope and Contents Photograph of a herd of goats in a pen with their black, dog guardian standing in the foreground with three women and a baby in the background in front of a thatched building in Eagle Pass, Texas, [United States], in the early 20th century.
Scope and Contents Photographs of a policeman and a little girl with the same black and white terrier dog that, according to the text, was going to be destroyed in 1920. The text notes that Mr. C J Birch of Surbiton submitted an appeal with 6000 signatures to save his dog, Onkie.
Scope and Contents Located in A.B.R.O. Reprints 1947-1957. Volume 1 of 19.
Dates: 1 January 1955
Scope and Contents Bryans writes regarding Ewart's article 'Zebras, Horses and Hybrids' which has prompted him to mention a supposed case of telegony between two dogs.
Dates: 20 November 1899
Scope and Contents Turner writes that he is enclosing some photographs obtained from Count Le Couteulx de Canteleu and mentioning, amongst other things, an illustration that he has done of a supposed stuffed specimen of a fox-bay hybrid now in the possession of the former Chairman of the Kennel Club, Mr Shirley.
Dates: 20 March 1900
Scope and Contents Haddon writes that she has arrived back in Cambridge to find Ewart's case of Roman dog skulls at the Zoological Laboratory, Cambridge. She asks their probable age and where they came from.
Dates: 16 September 1912
Scope and Contents Reid writes that one in ten Retriever pups are born brown, a trait that continues to make its appearance despite the brown dogs never exhibiting any black colour and the black dogs never showing any brown.
Dates: 09 June 1907
Scope and Contents The letter informs Ewart that the Board of the Inland Revenue have no objection to Ewart's keeping dogs for experimental purposes without payment of license duty, upon the fulfilment of certain conditions.
Dates: 05 January 1903