Friday, March 16, 2012

America's Arborist Dog

And still destroying trees 100 years later.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

1947 CROWN ZIPPER AD with BULLDOG BITING MAILMAN image from here.

1940's japanese vintage bulldog planter.


vintage ad showing an english bulldog's lameness being compared to the superiority of a colt automatic pistol image from here.

"A free printable coloring page of a bulldog, from the Model Painting Book for Young People, circa 1900. Just click on the thumbnail below to view the full-sized printable page."

vintage illustration showing an english bulldog with its pit bull ancestors image from site states this. 1936 NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATION OF A BULLDOG BY WALTER WEBER.

1954 description and differentiation of an english bulldogs temperament. image from here.

Anonymous said...

Uncle Tom's Cabin Posters

1880's Double Mammoth Picture image from here

1879 "Uncle Tom's Cabin" by A.S. Seers Print image from here

1880's Mr. and Mrs. Jay Rail

1890 Famous Jarrett & Palmer London Compy image from here

1898 Martin Mammoth's Uncle Tim's Cabin image from here

late 1800's Eliza's Escape image from here

late 1800's C.H Smith And His Bloodhounds

1880's Poster from Zazzle to get an image of this in full detail. zoom in on the dogs and use command 3 to get an entire screen capture of the image.

Interesting that the only time we see images of bloodhounds, also known as St. Hubert hounds, being used in the novel is in the mid to late 1900's.

1927 Colorama Pictures Presents Uncle Tom's Cabin

1943 Uncle Tom's Cabin Classic Comics #15 image from here

I'm sure some would say that the original bloodhound looked very similar to what we would call the Siberian or Cuban bloodhound. But if you look back far enough you will see that working and pedigree bloodhounds have are more similar if not the same look as the current version.

1871 Feldmann's Bloodhound Type Dog image from here

1898 Bloodhounds Hunting

1916 West Virginian Bloodhounds

Anonymous said...

more images

http://utc.iath.virginia.edu/interpret/exhibits/frick/frick12.jpg

http://www.ricsartshop.com/minstrel/Uncle-Toms-Cabin-2.html

Anonymous said...

"HOLD ON WITH A BULLDOG GRIP." - Lincoln

http://r.twenga.com/g3.php?pg=VDsxOTk2NDAxMDU1MDY5OTM4NTk3OzIxNDM4MTE7aHR0cDovL2FiZWxpbmNvbG4uY29tL2NsaWZmaGFuZ2Vycy8xLTQ3Lmh0bTs3ODYxNjdjZDg1YzA4MjcxYjE1NTMyZmI1NTA5MGE3Zg==

blown up image.

http://r.twenga.com/g3.php?pg=VDsxOTk2NDAxMDU1MDY5OTM4NTk3OzIxNDM4MTE7aHR0cDovL2FiZWxpbmNvbG4uY29tL2NsaWZmaGFuZ2Vycy8xLTQ3Lmh0bTs3ODYxNjdjZDg1YzA4MjcxYjE1NTMyZmI1NTA5MGE3Zg==

Anonymous said...

Those Pesky "Bloodhounds."

1880 Libby Prison Bloodhound Hook Rug

Illustrated "The Bloodhound image from here

Theodore Roosevelt speaks negatively about the cuban bloodhound breed. "There have been instances in which five or six of the big so-called bloodhounds of the southern states - not pure bloodhounds at all, but huge, fierce, ban-dogs with a cross of the ferocious Cuban Bloodhound, to give them good scenting powers-have by themselves mastered the cougar and the Black Bear. Such instances occurred in the hunting history of my own fore-fathers on my mother's side, who during the last half of the eighteenth century, and the first half of the present century, lived in Georgia, and over the border in what are now Alabama and Florida. These big dogs can only overcome such foes by rushing in in a body and grappling all together; if they hang back, lunging and snapping, a cougar or bear will destroy them one by one."  Hunting the Grisly and Other Sketches: by Theodore Roosevelt 

images from the book "Breeding, Training, Management, Diseases Of Dogs", by Francis Butler.

Anonymous said...

why are all of lucky dogs labeled as mixed when they are obviously pit type dogs?

http://www.luckydoganimalrescue.org/adopt/adoptable-dogs

these are the same people who had parrot the pit bull.

hmm...

dawn james said...

this borders on criminal.