Today we feature our last Throwback Thursday of the year with a great selection of vintage photos. Photos are from the C W Pietoro collection…
1890s Lady and Russian Terrier
Mrs. Cushman K. Davis and her Russian terrier ‘Bebee’. This dog looks similar to a rare modern breed called the Russian Tsvetnaya Bolonka.
1906 Dog Show Headline
Roseneath Terriers (Westies), Papillons, Saint Bernards, Bull Terriers, Rough Collies, and Bulldog. From the Library of Congress.
British Military Dogs and Their Trainer, World War I
‘Mrs. Richardson and some of her pupils’. Airedales and Collies were among the most popular breeds used in the British army during WWI. From the book ‘British War Dogs (1920)’
Mascots of the ‘U.S.S. Oklahoma’, World War I
From the 1920 book ‘British War Dogs’, which details the various roles that dogs had during WWI.
1909 Dog Show Article
from the Library of Congress.
Maria Schell and her Airedales
CH ‘Jamy of Littlebreach’
1880(ish) Boston Terrier
Mrs. Joseph Palmer Knapp and her dog. From the Library of Congress
1938 Brussels Griffon
1961 Chinese Crested & Gypsy Rose Lee
‘Imp. Weddo von Eichthal’. From the magazine ‘Country Life in America’.
‘Blondin’. From ‘The Country Life Illustrated’.
1902 French Bulldog
King Edward VII and his French Bulldog.
1920 German Shepherd
‘Falko von Isarwinkel’. From the 1920s magazine, ‘Dogdom’
1899 Great Dane
1902 Maltese and Lady
Mrs. Stallibrass and ‘Queen Stallie’
The owner of Swarland Hall and some of her her Pugs.
1898 Saint Bernard
1898 Skye Terrier
Mrs Pacey and her Wolvey Westies
1906 Mexican Hairless Dogs (Xoloitzcuintle)