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SEX
Sow

CERTIFICATE OF REGISTRATION
VOLUME
65

LABEL

THE AMERICAN DUROC- JERSEY
SWINE BREEDERS ASSOCIATION

NAME

Little Meadow Defendress No. 700710 FARROWED July 2, 1928 LITTER 11 B. 1 S. 5

BRED BY Arthur Ware Ball, Deerfield, Mass.

SOLD TO DATE
RESOLD TO DATE
RESOLD TO DATE
RESOLD TO DATE

  SIRE Model Col. 8th 116125 SIRE Model Col 56371
SIRE Upwey Col. Stocker 250801 BRED BY H. W. Mumford DAM Taxie 168670
OWNED BY Lincoln B. Wells & Son    
BRED BY Upwey Farms DAM Happy Red Rose 4th 510056

SIRE Bellrose Orion King 36th
150315

  BRED BY E. B. Racy DAM Bellrose Lavinia 344674
     
  SIRE Okmulgee CherryKing 184259 SIRE Wachoke Wonder Def 14678
DAM Defenders Rainbow 625798 BRED BY Agawam Live Stock Co. DAM Wachoke Fancy Friend 335382
OWNED BY Arthur Ware Bell    
BRED BY " DAM Defenders Maybell 496250 SIRE Perfect Defender 88357
  BRED BY McKee Fros. DAM Def. Dew Drop 9th 346544

THE ORIGINAL PEDIGREE FOR THIS CERTIFICATE HAS BEEN FILED
AND ACCEPTED FOR REGISTRATION AND WE CERTIFY
THIS TO BE A TRUE AND CORRECT COPY
DATE 7-3-29-E SECRETARYS' OFFICE Robert J Evans
  817 EXCHANGE AVE. CHICAGO, ILL.
SECRETARY

AMERICAN BANK NOTE CO., LITHO.

(c) Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association, Deerfield MA. All rights reserved.
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There is currently no available "Beginner" label. The following is the default level label: At the end of the 19th century, agriculture began to become more professional and competitive. The Eastern States Exposition and county fairs gave farmers a chance to gain recognition for superior animals and other products. Little Meadow Defendress, a pedigreed pig, was owned by Arthur Ware Ball of Deerfield, Massachusetts. His farm and house was next to the site of the Old Indian House. The house, which is known as the Moors House, was built in 1848--the same year the Old Indian House was torn down.

 

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"The American Duroc-Jersey Swine Breeders Association"

publisher   American Duroc-Jersey Swine Breeders Assoc.
creator   Arthur Ware Ball (1872-1956)
date   1928
location   Deerfield, Massachusetts
height   10.5"
width   12.0"
process/materials   printed paper, ink
item type   Legal Documents/Certificate
accession #   #L04.007


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See Also...

New Entrance to the Live Wire Fair

Farming with Oxen

Coliseum Building, Eastern States Exposition


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