Found in 154 Collections and/or Records:
Photograph of a view of one of the field produce sheds at the [Show Grounds, Shillong Ridge, India] in the early 20th century. The image shows a crowd of Indian people and a Western man standing around open sheds with field produce.
Photograph of an Angora goat ewe at 19 months old and which was a staple 13" at 12 months old and owned by M Guard Hobson standing in a show yard in the early 20th century.
Photograph of a two and a half year old Angora goat standing in a pen in the early 20th century. Beneath the image are handwritten notes about how it was bred by the Cawood Bros. of Mount Stewart, [South Africa] and that it won first prize champion of the yard at Graaff Reneit, Middleburg and Cradock in 1912.
Photograph of the Argentine cow, "Niata" standing in front of a building with a man holding its lead in the late 19th century. From the Sociedad Rural Argentina, Abril 1890, Sedunda Exposicion International de Ganaderia y Agricultura.
Photograph of the ram, "Babraham Hermon" (8799) that was the reserve for male champion at the Royal Show, 1910 and also first prize two-shear ram and reserve for male championship at the Royal Show in 1911. The ram was bred and exhibited by Mr. Adeane.
Photograph of a Border Leicester gimmer [young sheep] standing in a field at an agricultural exhibition in 1922. The text beneath the image notes that the sheep won 'breed champion at the H & A S Show and was bred and owned by Messers Niven from Ayton, Fife, Scotland.
Photograph of a Border Leicester shearling ram that won the President's Medal and breed champion at the Highland Show in 1905, Glasgow.
Photograph of a Border Leicester shearling ram that won first prize at the Highland and Agriculture Society Show in 1923 and which was bred and owned by Messrs Niven, Ayton, Fife, Scotland.
Photograph of Border Leicester, Yorkshire, Wensleydale-Leicester type sheep in pens at an agricultural show in the early/mid 20th century. The image shows the sheep in the pens with men conducting business and lorries to transport the animals in the background.
Photograph of a Buff Orpington cock with several of its prize-winning points labelled. It was shown by Mr. W J Golding of Penhurst, Kent at the Bath and West show in the early/mid 20th century.