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LOUIS POST DISPATCH hS MOTOQBAVU1I DECEMBER 6, 1931 r-rritiEiri V. 1 1 IS i -s. fl 1 A I- I i a- i 1 Y7) i NEVER SEEN IN ANY ZOO An unusual photograph of a true wild horse, photographed in Northern Arizona. It has never felt bridle or saddle. Once there roved over American plains great herds of these untamed horses, but gradually they were killed off until only here and there, remote from highways and villages, are specimens found.
FIRST FOX TERRIER SHOW IN ST. LOUIS Miss June Wiegand with King Stampington, one of the wire haired breed in exhibit held at Hotel Gatesworth. By Post-Dispatch staff photographer. I -WZ i-j'iv i Andrew Donnelly's Nancy Lee Glentworth. By Post-I)ispat-h staff photi'graphei The best dog in the show Fyldelands Margaret, owned by Reginald M.
Lewis of Bedford Hills, N. Y. By Post-Dispatch staff photographer. i. n-i Mrs.
Mahlon B. Wallace Jr. and Spanish Dancer, best puppy in the show. Hy Post-Dispatch staff photographer. 1 in' if-f v.
RI.ACK CLOUD" Painting by Eugene Higgins awarded the Altman prize of $1000 at the winter show of the National 4 ti -GEST TUSK EVER FOUND This huge bone tooth once came from the of mammoth when it roamed the ice fields of Northern Siberia at least 15000 years ago. more than 13 feet long, weighs 201 pounds, and is now in New York museum. Academy of Design in New York City. 1.
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