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HARDING: DOG, c1922.
President Warren G. Harding's dog, Laddie Boy. Photograph, c1922.
UTE MAN WITH DOG, c1874.
A young Ute man with his dog, in Utah. Photograph by John K. Hillers, c1874.
AD: FRISKIES, 1963.
American advertisement for Friskies puppy food. Photograph, 1963.
WWI: RED CROSS DOGS, c1915.
A man getting bandages from the pack of a Red Cross dog during World War I. Photograph, c1915.
WORLD WAR I.
World War I. German school for messenger dogs in France. Dog jumping over a dugout. It is wearing a message around his neck. Summer 1917.
DAGMAR COUNTESS KALNEIN.
Dagmar Countess Kalnein with her Hungarian shepherd - Photographer: Max Ehlert - Published by: 'Die Dame' 17/1935.
RONALD REAGAN (1911-2004).
40th President of the United States. Walking his dog Lucky with Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher in the Rose Garden. Photograph, 20 February 1985.
WWII: PET TRANSPORT, 1946.
Pets belonging to American GIs being loaded onto a truck in Le Havre, France, to be shipped to the United States. Photograph, 1946.
AD: FRISKIES, 1962.
American advertisement for Friskies dog food. Photograph, 1962.
Two dachshunds. Line engraving, 19th century.
GREENLAND: SLEDGE DOG.
Portrait of a sledge dog taken by Paul-Emile Victor, October 1936.
art collector Peggy Guggenheim with her dogs september 27, 1957. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
AVIATOR WITH DOG, c1922.
An unidentified female aviator, posed with President Warren G. Harding's dog, Laddie Boy. Photograph, c1922.
HUNTING DOG, 19th CENTURY.
A hunting dog, with a rifle and a dead bird. Engraving, 19th century.
FREES: DOG, c1914.
'Making baby's clothes.' Photograph by Harry Whittier Frees, c1914.
MEXICO: COLIMA DOG.
Clay figure of a dog holding a corn cob in its mouth. By the Pre-Columbian culture of Colima, Mexico, 8th-10th century A.D.
VENNESSA REDGRAVE (1937-).
Actress. Photographed by Horst Tappe.
PHILIP VISSON (1942-2008).
Painter Montreux Switzerland. Photographed by Horst Tappe.
MILITARY DOG, 1902.
'Drummer,' a decorated dog with the Northumberland Fusiliers. Photograph, c1902.
Two young Eskimo boys with their dogs in Nome, Alaska. Photograph, early 20th century.
MEXICO: PRECOLUMBIAN VASE.
Thin orangeware vessel in the shape of a sleeping dog, from Teotihuacan, 375-450 A.D. Height: 8 inches.
FREES: DOG, c1914.
'Watering the flowers.' Photograph by Harry Whittier Frees, c1914.
CIVIL WAR: CUSTER, 1862.
Lieutenant George A. Custer with a dog at camp in Virginia, 1862.
PEARY EXPEDITION, c1908.
Inuits and sled dogs on board Robert Peary's ship during an Arctic expedition. Photograph by Matthew Henson, c1908.
FREES: DOG, c1914.
'When bedtime comes.' Photograph by Harry Whittier Frees, c1914.
NIXON: DOGS, 1970.
President Richard Nixon's pet dogs Pasha, Vicky and King Timahoe sitting in a window at the White House. Photograph, December 1970.
Portrait of Mrs. Cragnolini Fanna , 1916, by Umberto Boccioni (1882-1916), oil on canvas, 120x80 cm. Full Credit: DEA / G. CIGOLINI / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserve
Minuet in Villa, 1791-1793, by Giandomenico Tiepolo (1727-1804), fresco torn, 200x150 cm. Full Credit: DEA / A. DAGLI ORTI / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
Four tunspit dogs. Line engraving, 19th century.
AD: DOG FOOD, 1947.
American advertisement for Pard, a product of Swift's Dog Food, 1947.
CALL OF THE WILD, 1903.
Illustration by Philip R. Goodwin from the first edition of Jack London's 'The Call of the Wild,' published in 1903.
DOGS HUNTING DEER.
A deer attacked by a pack of wild dogs. Engraving, 19th century.
SAILOR AND DOG.
A sailor trains the ship's mascot, a Boston terrier. Underwood And Underwood.
THE ALPS, ITALY.
Italian World War I troops stand with their rescue dogs. Comando Supremo, Italian Army.
DORÉ: LONDON, 1872.
'The West End Dog-Fancier.' Wood engraving after Gustave Doré from 'London: A Pilgrimage,' 1872.
WORLD WAR I: DOGS.
Dogs used by the French army to find wounded soldiers at night or on hazardous battlefields during World War I. Photograph, c1916.
RED CROSS POSTER, 1917.
American Red Cross recruiting and fundraising poster. Lithograph by Richard Fayerweather Babcock, 1917.
WORLD'S FAIR: ESKIMOS.
The Eskimo Village exhibit depicting the return of a group of Eskimos from a successful bear hunt, World's Fair, St. Louis, Missouri, U.S.A. Stereograph, August 1904.
DOG SLEDS, c1900.
Three teams of dogs pulling sleds through ice and snow, possibly Canada. Photograph, c1900.
CENTURY CLUB, 1917.
Portrait of three men standing in costume at the Century Club, New York City. Photograph, 1917.
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