Five Queens
Title:
Five Queens
Chrome unused

Description:
These five cows represent the Brown Swiss, Jersey, Holstein, Ayrshire and Guensey breeds. The beauty of each is an inspiration to every breeder of dairy cattle.


Elsie's Traveling Boudoir
Title:
Elsie's Traveling Boudoir
Chrome unused



Our Pet Calf
Title:
Our Pet Calf
Divided Back

Description:
Man posing with oversized calf


A Thoroughbred
Title:
A Thoroughbred
Divided Back PM 1911

Description:
Series 100 The Time Is Here when you will need Coal We respectfully solicit your orders. Jagels & Bellis Main Office 33 Fourteenth St., Hoboken, N. J. 82 Union



Where the Hollywood Milk is Produced.
Title:
Where the Hollywood Milk is Produced.
Divided Back unused


Bull: The Victim
Title:
Bull: The Victim
Real Photo unused



Two Black-And-White Cows
Title:
Two Black-And-White Cows
Real Photo unused


Pete and Punk
Title:
Pete and Punk
Chrome PM 1953 Mar-14

Description:
Weighing 6375 lbs., born in Vermont 1946, standing 6 feet tall, having 11 feet circumference around the midriff, "Pete" weighs 3250 and "Punk" 3125 pounds. These twin steers are the largest in existence in the world today. These huge animals are bred out of Canadian Holstein breeding.



Andy D-Day Bull
Title:
Andy D-Day Bull
Real Photo unused

Description:
Andy D-Day Bull was born on D-Day, June 6, 1944 at Ft. Smith, Arkansas. He has four horns, four eyes, and a double nose and breathes through both noses. He has two undeveloped eyes, one in the front of his forehead which has eyebrows on both sides and another on top of his head. He has a double horn coming out of the front of his head, one side black and the other white.


Pete and Punk - Biggest Team of Oxen in the World
Title:
Pete and Punk - Biggest Team of Oxen in the World
Real Photo unused

Description:
weighing over 6500 pounds, 6 feet tall



Cow Standing in Front of Farm Buildings
Title:
Cow Standing in Front of Farm Buildings
Real Photo unused


A Short Horn Texas Cow
Title:
A Short Horn Texas Cow
Texas (TX), Divided Back PM 1910 Apr-14

Description:
A Short Horn Cow will yield during the period of lactation about 11,131 pounds of milk, containing 500 pounds of fat, in an equivalent of 584 pounds of butter, and consumes about $35 worth of food a year. A large proportion of the Texas cattle is of this variety.



Hood Farm Pogis 9th - Hood Farm Herd, Lowell, MA
Title:
Hood Farm Pogis 9th - Hood Farm Herd, Lowell, MA
Divided Back unused


30 Yearling daughters of King Aagis Segis. Fancher Farm
Title:
30 Yearling daughters of King Aagis Segis. Fancher Farm
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 49775



Two headed Calf
Title:
Two headed Calf
Real Photo unused


Andy D Day - Freak Bull Owner W.A. Rasor, Brookville, Ohio
Title:
Andy D Day - Freak Bull Owner W.A. Rasor, Brookville, Ohio
Brookville Ohio (OH), Real Photo unused



Mitchell Hereford Farm and Log Cabin Court - H.A. Mitchell Owner
Title:
Mitchell Hereford Farm and Log Cabin Court - H.A. Mitchell Owner
Pulaski Tennessee (TN), Real Photo unused

Description:
Sale Nov. 12, 1952 Noe's Baca Duke 333'd - Noe's Baca Duke 109th - Noe's Baca Duke 60th


Zebu Bull
Title:
Zebu Bull
Bartlesville Oklahoma (OK), Real Photo PM 1943 Sep-30

Description:
Frank Phillips Ranch and Wildlife Preserve



The World's Largest Known White Oxen
Title:
The World's Largest Known White Oxen
Real Photo unused


Cow With Dairy Maid And Milking Pail
Title:
Cow With Dairy Maid And Milking Pail
Real Photo



"Farewell to 'Orkney'"
Title:
"Farewell to 'Orkney'"
Orkney

Description:
Cow being hoisted off ship.


Playing "Grown Ups"- Girl Milking Cow
Title:
Playing "Grown Ups"- Girl Milking Cow
Divided Back unused



Snapshots of Twist and Dave, Two Bulls
Title:
Snapshots of Twist and Dave, Two Bulls
Divided Back

Description:
Series 12


Cow Coverd in 5A Blanket
Title:
Cow Coverd in 5A Blanket
Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1911 May-13

Description:
Will call on you soon - with complete line of harness 5/a blankets nets robes dusters etc.



Elsie the Famous Borden Cow
Title:
Elsie the Famous Borden Cow
Chrome unused

Description:
Elsie the Famous Borden Cow and her son Beauregard travel the USA in her famous Cowdillac greeting her friends in a tastefully furnished barn colonial boudoir.


Cattle Feeding in the Pecos Valley
Title:
Cattle Feeding in the Pecos Valley
Real Photo unused



Dolly
Title:
Dolly
Real Photo unused

Description:
Dolly, The Only Live 2 Headed Cow In The World.


Cow with Calves Nursing
Title:
Cow with Calves Nursing
Real Photo unused



Blue Label Twiskaaggie
Title:
Blue Label Twiskaaggie
Real Photo unused


Remains of the Texas Longhorns
Title:
Remains of the Texas Longhorns
Real Photo unused

Description:
3 people holding horns.



A Round-Up on the Biggest Cattle Ranch in Kansas, Clark County
Title:
A Round-Up on the Biggest Cattle Ranch in Kansas, Clark County
Kansas (KS), Divided Back PM 1907 Dec-3


Don't'oo Want A Dolly?
Title:
Don't'oo Want A Dolly?
Divided Back PM 1912 Nov-21



Dairy Cows Grazing - Soldier's Home
Title:
Dairy Cows Grazing - Soldier's Home
Bennington Vermont (VT), Real Photo unused


Driving Home The Cows
Title:
Driving Home The Cows
Real Photo PM 1909 Sep-27



Lone Star
Title:
Lone Star
Chrome unused

Description:
The World's Largest Cow of its breed. Raised in south Texas, weighs over 2800 lbs. in medium flesh. Stands 6 ft. 1 inch tall. Breeding, Jersey and Brahma. Chief Police Rome, Georgia, standing with her. On exhibition at the World's Fair during 1933 and in Chicago 1934. $500.00 reward for proof of a living cow as large as Lone Star. Owner: Miss Jeanne Maulsby, San Antonio, Texas


Lone Star and Georgia
Title:
Lone Star and Georgia
Linen

Description:
Lone Star - The World's Largest Cow (of the cattle breed) Raised in South Texas. Weight, in medium flesh, 2800 lbs. 6 feet, 1 inch tall. Breeding, Jersey and Brahma. On exhibition at World's Fair 1933 and in Chicago 1934. $500.00 reward for proof of a living cow as large as Lone Star. Georgia A very small cow (midget) weight 280 lbs. Six years old, raised 2 calves. Breeding, Poll Angus and Red Poll. Raised in State of Georgia Any information wanted enclose stamped, self-addressed envelope to Miss Jeanne Maulsby 129 E. Mulberry St. San Antonio, Texas



Lonestar, Largest Known Car
Title:
Lonestar, Largest Known Car
Linen

Description:
Lonestar I am the largest known cow to live (of the cattle breed.) I was raised on the J-J Ranch of South Texas. My mother was a little Jersey cow that weighed only 530 lbs. My father was of the Brahma breed of cattle (a medium weight cattle). I am 9 years old, weigh over 2800 lbs., stand 6 ft. 1 inch tall, a freak for size but normal in every other way. I was on exhibition the entire time at the World's Fair, Chicago, in 1933, and my photos are scattered all over the world. A little girl (my owner) and my manager are standing with me in this photo. $500,000 reward is offered for proof of a living cow as large in every way as I. My owner is Miss Jeanne Maulsby 129 E. Mulberry St. :: San Antonio, Texas


Elsie the Famous Borden Cow and her Son Beauregard
Title:
Elsie the Famous Borden Cow and her Son Beauregard
Chrome unused

Description:
Travel the USA in her famous Cowdellac greeting her friends in a tastefully furnished barn Colonial boudoir.



Released From Branding Corral
Title:
Released From Branding Corral
Divided Back PM 1907 Mar-8


The Sharples Separator Company
Title:
The Sharples Separator Company
Athol Massachusetts (MA), Divided Back PM 1909 May-24

Description:
Tubular cream separators West Chester, Pa. Chicago, Ill., Toronto, Ont.



Scene Around Middletown, New York
Title:
Scene Around Middletown, New York
Linen unused

Description:
Woman petting cows through fence.


"Don Toro" en la Intimidad
Title:
"Don Toro" en la Intimidad
Linen unused

Description:
Black male bull looking at spotted female cow.



Farmer Showing Steer
Title:
Farmer Showing Steer
Real Photo unused


White Cow
Title:
White Cow
Real Photo unused



Elsie, Elmer, and Beauregard - Borden's Fine Foods
Title:
Elsie, Elmer, and Beauregard - Borden's Fine Foods
Chrome unused

Description:
ELSIE AND FAMILY IN PERSON Elmer is on the left, Elsie at right, and young Beauregard in his playpen. Elsie's dressing table, made of barrels, has milk bottle lamps and her toiletries include Tail Wave Set, Henna Fur Glaze and Meadow Mud Pack. Elmer's chair is made of actual wheels with barrel staves for rockers. The sampler over the mantel, Elsie did when she was just a heifer. The candle sticks are half ears of corn and the bed ladders have scythe-handles for supports. Books in the breakfront include The Farmer With Cold Hands, Animal Husbandry and Wifery, and Bulliver's Travels. Elsie's dressing table mirror is a large frying pan and the floor lamp is an old churn.


Jessie, The Cow with the Human Skin
Title:
Jessie, The Cow with the Human Skin
Divided Back unused



Cow
Title:
Cow
Unionville Massachusetts (MA), Real Photo unused

Description:
9 months old - Sr. Pontiack - Wet 890 lbs. Of Oak Knoll - Owned by J.E. Ray.


Koestal
Title:
Koestal
Broek in Waterland, Real Photo unused

Description:
Koestal (winterstal) Cow-house in winter



The Beef Rider
Title:
The Beef Rider
Chrome unused

Description:
C. W. Swanson The Beef Rider Carl Swanson and his dog Blondie riding Randy the Bull across the United States from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico to promote the sale of U.S. Beef.


Cattle Range at Sunset
Title:
Cattle Range at Sunset
Sidney Montana (MT), Real Photo PM 1906 Mar-20

Description:
Cattle range on the early homesteads in Montana 1906



Scene Around North Branch, N.J.
Title:
Scene Around North Branch, N.J.
New Jersey (NJ), Linen PM 1951 May-29


An Ohio Farm
Title:
An Ohio Farm
Ohio (OH), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 Dec-30



Cow Wearing a Tophat.
Title:
Cow Wearing a Tophat.
Real Photo unused

Description:
Schön ist ein Zylinderhut, Wenn man ein' besitzen tut! (It is a nice hat, if you do own one!)


Thoroughbreds
Title:
Thoroughbreds
Divided Back unused

Description:
F. J. Gibson's Series, Hillsboro Lower Village, N. H.



Herding Cattle in the West
Title:
Herding Cattle in the West
Divided Back unused

Description:
A greater portion of the Great Southwest before its industrial history began was a huge cattle range, bounded only by the horizon. For years immense herds roamed this region without knowledge of any other food than nutritious suncured Buffalo grass. The day of free range except in very few localities - has gone. The cattlemen have learned the value of pedigreed stock and a finer grade of stock has taken place of the long horned range cattle.


Bull Teaming in Ole West (Almost the Last)
Title:
Bull Teaming in Ole West (Almost the Last)
Divided Back PM 1911 Feb-17



Coming Home
Title:
Coming Home
Montgomery New York (NY), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 Jun-3


Farmer and Oxen with a Cart
Title:
Farmer and Oxen with a Cart
Real Photo



Ox plowing
Title:
Ox plowing
Hawaii (HI), Real Photo unused


Scenic with Cattle
Title:
Scenic with Cattle
Divided Back PM 1908 Aug-25

Description:
Palette Series 501



Eight Heifer Calves Sold at Hood Farm Auction
Title:
Eight Heifer Calves Sold at Hood Farm Auction
Divided Back unused

Description:
Eight heifer calves, daughters of HOOD FARM PODIS 9th and HOOD FARM TORINO, that were sold at Hood Farm Auction, Lowell, Mass., 1907, for $3,140. Highest price $505. Lowest price $335. HOOD FARM POGIS 9th. Head of the Hood Farm Herd, Lowell, Mass. Son of a Champion and sire of a Champion. Beautiful Jersey Stock and choice Berkshire swine for sale. correspondence solicited. Send for Hood Farm News mailed free. Address: HOOD FARM, Lowell, Mass.


Man milking Cow into Cat's Mouth
Title:
Man milking Cow into Cat's Mouth
Divided Back

Description:
Series 4 "From Producer to Consumer direct"



"Lotta Cream", The Cloverland Cow
Title:
"Lotta Cream", The Cloverland Cow
Maryland (MD), White Border unused

Description:
"Lotta Cream" is one of Cloverland Farms' famous pure-bred Guernsey golden girls. She is having a wonderful time going around to all the schools and showing the children where they get the Cream-ee Rich Cloverland Guernsey Milk that makes big muscles and strong healthy bones. Every day "Lotta Cream" eats 35 pounds of the finest dairy ration and drinks 16 gallons of water. Cloverland mixes all her feed out at the Cloverland Farm. "Lotta Cream" the Cloverland Cow gives between 5 and 6 gallons of milk every day. Her milk is so golden that it looks and tastes almost twice as cream-ee as regular milk. "Lotta Cream" will be available for all schools, groups and organizations sponsoring educational or recreational programs. For information or deliveries call L.A.-4920


Elsie and Beauregard In Person
Title:
Elsie and Beauregard In Person
Chrome unused

Description:
Elsie is in her spool bed and young Beauregard in his corral playpen. The Barn Colonial Boudoir is complete with cow-sized furnishings made especially for Elsie. A feature of Elsie's Boudoir is her library which includes her favorite books such as, "The Farmer With Cold Hands," "How To Live On 5,000 Quarts A Year" and "Calves or Career." Another feature is her dressing table on which her cows-metics are displayed such as, "Tail Wave Set," "Meadow Mud Pack" and "Eau de New Mown Hay." Elsie and Beauregard are traveling representatives of Borden's family of fine foods.



Cows in Yard of Farm
Title:
Cows in Yard of Farm
Real Photo unused


Two-headed calf in a pen
Title:
Two-headed calf in a pen
Real Photo unused

Description:
This is a heifers first calf born on the farm of W. A. Rasor, Brookville Ohio. This calf couldn't be born alive. It was killed in birth. The spine divided for each head. It had two perfect throats to the stomach. We still have the mother and she has had two normal calves since this one.



Pasture Scene
Title:
Pasture Scene
Fitchburg Massachusetts (MA), Divided Back PM 1914 Aug-6

Description:
Falulah Brook, Clinton, Mass.


Spotty and her Calf
Title:
Spotty and her Calf
Real Photo unused



Family with Cow & Sled
Title:
Family with Cow & Sled
Foster Rhode Island (RI), Real Photo unused


Look Out Daisy - Here Comes That Stupid Scout - He Ties Knots in Everything!
Title:
Look Out Daisy - Here Comes That Stupid Scout - He Ties Knots in Everything!
Chrome unused



Group of cows
Title:
Group of cows
Real Photo unused


Women Milking Cows
Title:
Women Milking Cows
Real Photo unused



Branding calves on the open range
Title:
Branding calves on the open range
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series M 308, 157140


Branding
Title:
Branding
Divided Back PM 1909 Mar-3

Description:
Series 8764



A beef herd watering at a lake
Title:
A beef herd watering at a lake
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series M 229


Branding Cattle, Ceylon
Title:
Branding Cattle, Ceylon
Divided Back PM 1911 Oct-8



Branding
Title:
Branding
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 8764


Ranching in the West, Branding Cattle
Title:
Ranching in the West, Branding Cattle
Divided Back unused



Round up a herd
Title:
Round up a herd
Divided Back PM 1910 Apr-15


The Return from Pasture
Title:
The Return from Pasture
Boston Massachusetts (MA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Trail Herd Watering
Title:
Trail Herd Watering
Divided Back PM 1914 Feb-06


One of the Numerous Herds on 4000 Acres Devoted to Milk Raising, Exclusively Hershey Chocolate Co
Title:
One of the Numerous Herds on 4000 Acres Devoted to Milk Raising, Exclusively Hershey Chocolate Co
Hershey Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back unused



Eight heifer calves, daughter of Hood Farm Pogis 9th and Hood Farm Torono
Title:
Eight heifer calves, daughter of Hood Farm Pogis 9th and Hood Farm Torono
Lowell Massachusetts (MA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
Hood Farm Pogis 9th Head of the Hood Farm Herd, Lowell, Mass. Son of a champion and sire of a champion. Beautiful Jersey Stock and choice Berkshire Swine for sale. Correspondence solicited. Send for Hood Farm News, mailed free


Eight Heifer Calves, Daughters of Hood Farm Pogis 9th and Hood Farm Torono
Title:
Eight Heifer Calves, Daughters of Hood Farm Pogis 9th and Hood Farm Torono
Lowell Massachusetts (MA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
Sold at Hood Farm Auction, Lowell, Mass., 1907, for $3,140. Highest price $505. Lowest price $335 Hood Farm Pogis 9th Head of the Hood Farm Herd, Lowell, Mass. Son of a Champion and sire of a Champion. Beautiful Jersey Stock and choice Berkshire Swine for sale. Correspondence solicited. Send for Hood Farm News, mailed free



"An Anxious Moment" - Farmer carrying Newborn Calf as Cow Follows
Title:
"An Anxious Moment" - Farmer carrying Newborn Calf as Cow Follows
Divided Back unused


A Round Up of Cattle
Title:
A Round Up of Cattle
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 11496



The Squall, W. Roelofs
Title:
The Squall, W. Roelofs
Divided Back PM 1908

Description:
Cows caught in squall in a field


A Hershey Herd in Clover
Title:
A Hershey Herd in Clover
Hershey Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back PM 1909

Description:
Hershey Chocolate Co., Hershey, Pa



Her Favorite, Canadian Rural Life
Title:
Her Favorite, Canadian Rural Life
Divided Back unused

Description:
Woman feeding a calf from a bucket


Twist. Dave
Title:
Twist. Dave
Divided Back unused



Breaking the Cows
Title:
Breaking the Cows
Divided Back unused

Description:
Farmer breaking cows to yoke


Bairdland Holsteins, S.A. Baird & Son
Title:
Bairdland Holsteins, S.A. Baird & Son
Waukesha Wisconsin (WI), Real Photo unused



The Ox and Cow Team - Ezra Meeker
Title:
The Ox and Cow Team - Ezra Meeker
Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
Pulling a covered wagon


"Whatta You Say--Let's Give Chocolate Milk Today--Just For the H--L of It"
Title:
"Whatta You Say--Let's Give Chocolate Milk Today--Just For the H--L of It"
Linen PM 1948 Oct-23



Cow Cartoon Strip
Title:
Cow Cartoon Strip
Continental Chrome PM 1986 May-19


Ox Train With Cotton Seed
Title:
Ox Train With Cotton Seed
Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Greetings From Chester, Nebraska
Title:
Greetings From Chester, Nebraska
Divided Back unused

Description:
Sell Choice Domino 11th Sell Polled Hereford Farm


Union Stock Yards, Chicago, ILL
Title:
Union Stock Yards, Chicago, ILL
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 19



Eith Heifer Calves - Hood Farm
Title:
Eith Heifer Calves - Hood Farm
Divided Back unused


Cattle on the Range in the Southwest
Title:
Cattle on the Range in the Southwest
Linen PM 1947 Dec-13

Description:
The western cattle ranges feed most of the US. There were no cattle in America when the Spaniards came (only buffalo). They brought a breed of long horn cattle which had their origin in Portugal. By the time Texas was annexed to the US, the Southwest was overrun by wild longhorns. THousands were driven to northern markets. They are now replaced by better stock, great herds of which supply our finest beef steaks



Elsie, Elmer and Beauregard are Traveling Representatives of Borden's Family of Fine Foods
Title:
Elsie, Elmer and Beauregard are Traveling Representatives of Borden's Family of Fine Foods
Chrome unused

Description:
Elmer is at the left, Elsie at right, and young Beauregard in his playpen. Elsie's dressing table, made of barrels, has milk bottle lamps and her toiletries include Tail Wave Set, Henna Fur Glaze and Meadow Mud Pack. Elmer's chair is made of actual wheels with barrel staves for rockers. The sampler over the mantel, Elsie did when she was just a heifer. The candle sticks are half ears of corn and the bed ladders have scythe-handles for supports. Books in the breakfront include The Farmer With Cold Hands, Animal Husbandry and Wifery, and Bulliver's Travels. Elsie's dressing table mirror is a large frying pan and the floor lamp is an old churn


Elsie the Cow and her Brand New Twins
Title:
Elsie the Cow and her Brand New Twins
Chrome unused

Description:
Elsie is in her canopied bed, the twins in their double sized playpen. For the little ones there's a twin sized bassinet for nighttime and a two seater rocking horse for playtime. For Elsie there's a library complete with antique victrola. Favorite albums - "Moo-in Over Miami", "Cow Cow Boogie" and "Jersey Bounce." Favorite books - "The Farmer With Cold Hands," "Calves or Career," "How to Live on 5,000 Quarts a Year." Elsie's quite proud of her cowsmetics table made from her grandmother's milking stanchion. Favorite necessities - "Meadow and Mud Pakc," "Tail Wave Set,", Eau de New Mown Hay." Elsie's unique Barn Boudoir, housed within a 35 foot trailer, closes into a comfortably compact unit for traveling



Mont-Joy Stock Farm
Title:
Mont-Joy Stock Farm
Dane Wisconsin (WI), Divided Back unused


Elsie, The Cow, in her World's Fair Boudoir
Title:
Elsie, The Cow, in her World's Fair Boudoir
Linen PM 1948 Nov-1

Description:
Elsie, the Borden Cow, in her air conditioned boudoir, surrounded by family keepsakes, pictures of her illustrious ancestors, and all the extra special comforts of her dairy home



New Mexico Museum of the Old West
Title:
New Mexico Museum of the Old West
Moriarty New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
The Texas Longhorn is typical of the West and has figured more actively in US history than any other animal. The Longhorn was originally brought from Spain to the Southwest in 1521 - and was king of the cattle country until the early 1900s. Today there are only a few of these hardy critters left - and they soon may become extinct. The picturesque animal here was purchased from the US Government - and is a real Longhorn privately owned by The Long Horn Ranch


George West
Title:
George West
Texas (TX), Real Photo unused

Description:
Horns - 9 ft. 6 ins



Longhorns
Title:
Longhorns
Craterville Park Oklahoma (OK), Chrome

Description:
Frank Rush Jr Longhorns--Few left near Craterville Park, Okla. The largest herd of Longhorn cattle is located in a pasture in the U. S. Wildlife Refuge near Crater-ville Park. Here are two typical specimens of the almost extinct breed of stock. Lake Johnson, a good fishing place, is shown edg-ing the scenic mountain


Elsie and Beauregard in Person
Title:
Elsie and Beauregard in Person
Chrome unused

Description:
Elsie is in her chintz canopied bed and Beauregard in his playpen corral. Boudoir furnishings include an antique victrola with moo-sic albums, Beauregard's tractor-seat high chair, Elsie's ax and pick easy chair and her ox yoke dressing table complete with cows-metics such as "Tail Wavew Set", "Meadow Mud Pack" and "Eau de New Mown Hay". Books in her pitchfork bookcase include "The Farmer with Cold Hands", "How to Live of 5,000 Quarts a Year" and "Calves or Career". Elsie's unique Barn Boudoir is housed within a 35 foot trailer which closes into a comfortably compact unit for speedy travel to meet personal appearance dates. ELSIE AND BEAUREGARD ARE TRAVELING REPRESENTATIVES OF BORDEN'S FAMILY OF FINE FOODS



The West 30 Years Ago
Title:
The West 30 Years Ago
Real Photo unused


Rural Alaska
Title:
Rural Alaska
Scenic Alaska (AK), Real Photo PM Jun-25



Sussex Oxen
Title:
Sussex Oxen
Divided Back unused

Description:
Oilette - Famous British Cattle Series 9507 Although in former days oxen were among the most popular animals for draught purposes in agriculture, of recent years their use in that connection has gone out of favor. Still, however, in many parts of England they may yet be found yoked to the plough in the same manner as a hundred years ago


Babies Riding on Cows
Title:
Babies Riding on Cows
Divided Back PM Oct-23



Babies Riding on Cows
Title:
Babies Riding on Cows
Divided Back PM 1906 Aug-10

Description:
Series 351


A beefe herd on water
Title:
A beefe herd on water
Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



A Texas Steer
Title:
A Texas Steer
Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 Mar-27

Description:
Much of the wealth of Texas lies in her big, long-horned steers. The last census showed that 10,000,000 were feeding upon the vast Texas ranges. These lands are owned by cattle syndicates as well as private individuals who keep them for the purpose of grazing herds of long-horned steers


Down on the Farm
Title:
Down on the Farm
Divided Back PM 1915 Mar-9

Description:
Series A-11231



Elsie and Family - Borden Cows
Title:
Elsie and Family - Borden Cows
Chrome unused

Description:
Elmer is on the left, Elsie at right, and young Beauregard in his playpen. Elsie's dressing table, made of barrels, has milk bottle lamps and her toiletries include Tail Wave Set, Henna Fur Glaze and Meadow Mud Pack. Elmer's chair is made of actual wheels with barrel staves for rockers. The sampler over the mantel, Elsie did when she was just a heifer. The candle sticks are half ears of corn and the bed ladders have scythe-handles for supports. Books in the breakfront include The Farmer With Cold Hands, Animal Husbandry and Wifery, and Bulliver's Travels. Elise's dressing table mirror is a large frying pan and the floor lamp is an old churn


Dairy Herd and Farm in Minnesota
Title:
Dairy Herd and Farm in Minnesota
Divided Back unused



Beef Cattle
Title:
Beef Cattle
unused


The old yew lies on the common
Title:
The old yew lies on the common
unused



Abilene of the National Cowboy Hall of Fame
Title:
Abilene of the National Cowboy Hall of Fame
Oklahoma City Oklahoma (OK), Chrome unused

Description:
Mascot of the National Cowboy Hall of Fame and Western Heritage Center, 1700 NE 63rd Street, Route 66, Oklahoma City, OK. Abilene, a Texas Longhorn, is 5 feet 9 inches tall, weighs 2,100 lbs., has a horn spread of 8 feet, and is 16 years old H.S. Crocker Co., Inc


Hereford Bulls - In The Show RIng
Title:
Hereford Bulls - In The Show RIng
Chrome unused



A Ranch Scene in West Texas
Title:
A Ranch Scene in West Texas
Texas (TX), Real Photo unused


Noontime Rest
Title:
Noontime Rest
Real Photo unused



Pure Bred Herd, Utility Farm, 1915
Title:
Pure Bred Herd, Utility Farm, 1915
Real Photo unused


A Short Horn Texas Cow
Title:
A Short Horn Texas Cow
Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
A high-grade short horn cow will yield during the period of lactation about 11,131 pounds of milk, containing 500 pounds of fat, or an equivalent of 584 pounds of butter, and consumes about $35 worth of food in a year. A large proportion of the Texas cattle is of this variety



Huge Nebraska Feedlot in Beef State
Title:
Huge Nebraska Feedlot in Beef State
Chrome PM 1975 Sep-15

Description:
Nebraska Game and Parks Commission The huge feedlots of Nebraska have won Nebraska-land the title of "The Beef State." In many of the lots, more than a thousand cattle feed the year around Dexter Press, Inc


Milking Cows on an Oregon Dairy Farm
Title:
Milking Cows on an Oregon Dairy Farm
Divided Back unused



On an Oregon Stock Farm
Title:
On an Oregon Stock Farm
Divided Back unused

Description:
Winter range where grazing is good all the year round


Market Time is Here
Title:
Market Time is Here
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Divided Back PM 1908 Aug-4



Oregon Cattle on Winter Range
Title:
Oregon Cattle on Winter Range
Oregon (OR), Divided Back unused


Scene on Two Bar Ranch
Title:
Scene on Two Bar Ranch
Scenic Wyoming (WY), Divided Back PM 1911 Jan-2



Down on the Farm
Title:
Down on the Farm
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 5004-8


Have One On Me
Title:
Have One On Me
Divided Back unused

Description:
Have One on Me Series 5004-A



Trail Herd Watering
Title:
Trail Herd Watering
Divided Back unused


Skinning A Beef
Title:
Skinning A Beef
Divided Back unused



Sitting Bull's Sister
Title:
Sitting Bull's Sister
Texas (TX), Linen PM 1952 Nov-12


Monfort of Colorado, Inc
Title:
Monfort of Colorado, Inc
Greeley Colorado (CO), Chrome unused

Description:
Monfort of Colorado's Kuner feedlot is one of two cattle feedlots operated by the Company. Each has a capacity of 100,000 head and supplies cattle for beef processing and marketing by Monfort Packing Plant. Monfort is the world's largest cattle feeder



A Western Corral
Title:
A Western Corral
Linen unused


Bullock Cart, Benares
Title:
Bullock Cart, Benares
Divided Back unused



Cattle in a pen
Title:
Cattle in a pen
Divided Back

Description:
Ask the Emigration Land Co., Des Moines, IA, concerning the Pride of Buttermakers" in South Texas. They have been grazed on blue stem Prairie Sod Grass


From Producer to Consumer
Title:
From Producer to Consumer
Divided Back PM 1911

Description:
Black and white photograph of a man milking a cow



A Round Up Scence in the Southwest
Title:
A Round Up Scence in the Southwest
Real Photo unused


Nebraska's Hereford Cattle
Title:
Nebraska's Hereford Cattle
Nebraska (NE), Chrome unused

Description:
As Nebraska is tops for the production of cattle, the state legislature, in 1955 adopted the slogan "The Beef State" to be stamped on motor vehicle license plates



The Barnyard
Title:
The Barnyard
Shipshewana Indiana (IN), Chrome

Description:
Series SS-29269-B Greetings from Shipshewana, Ind. The barnyard


Logging With Oxen
Title:
Logging With Oxen
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 3080



Pour Pets
Title:
Pour Pets
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 2688


Cattle At The Brook
Title:
Cattle At The Brook
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 3025



Dairy Farm
Title:
Dairy Farm
Divided Back unused


Man Plowing With Oxen
Title:
Man Plowing With Oxen
Divided Back unused



Baby on Cow
Title:
Baby on Cow
Divided Back PM 1905 Oct-04

Description:
Series 361


One Of The Family
Title:
One Of The Family
Divided Back PM 1911 Jun-08

Description:
Series A-11206



The Drinking Pool
Title:
The Drinking Pool
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 6115


The Doctor Advised Me To Take Milk
Title:
The Doctor Advised Me To Take Milk
Divided Back PM Apr-05

Description:
Series 212



A Mountain Team Sunny South
Title:
A Mountain Team Sunny South
Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906 Jan-30

Description:
Series 3463


Calf
Title:
Calf
Real Photo unused



Chicago Stock Yards
Title:
Chicago Stock Yards
Chicago Illinois (IL), Chrome PM 1962 Aug-20

Description:
Series P258
On the South side of the Chicago River are the vast Union Stock Yards, through which millions of hogs, cattle, and sheep pass each year. Chicago is the greatest meat-packing city in the world. Chicago "The City Beautiful


Chicago Stock Yards
Title:
Chicago Stock Yards
Chicago Illinois (IL), Chrome PM 1955 Jul-20

Description:
Series P258
On the South side of the Chicago River are the vast Union Stock Yards, through which millions of hogs, cattle and sheep pass each year. Chicago is the greatest meat-packing city in the world



Don't This Look Good To You
Title:
Don't This Look Good To You
Divided Back PM 1911 Jul-07

Description:
Series 492


Man on stool about to milk a cow
Title:
Man on stool about to milk a cow
PM Apr-20



Bull Pulling Wagon
Title:
Bull Pulling Wagon
Divided Back PM 1909


By Cooling Streams
Title:
By Cooling Streams
Divided Back PM 1905 Jun-21

Description:
Series 1415



Cows
Title:
Cows
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series E 11353


Greetings From Homeward Bound
Title:
Greetings From Homeward Bound
Divided Back unused



Hood Farm Pogis
Title:
Hood Farm Pogis
Divided Back unused

Description:
Eight helfer calves, daughters of Hood Farm Pogis 9th and Hood Farm Torono, that were sold at Hood Farm Auction, Lowell, Mass. 1907, for $3,140. Highest price $505. Lowest price $335. Hood Farm Pogis 9th Head of the Hood Farm Herd, Lowell, Mass. Son of a Champion and sire of a Champion. Beautiful Jersey Stock and choice Berkshire Swine for sale. Correspondence solicited. Send for Hood Farm News mailed free. Address: Hood Farm, Lowell, Mass.


Jersey Bull
Title:
Jersey Bull
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 120-25 Greetings from the Brockport Fair



Spotty And Her Calf
Title:
Spotty And Her Calf
Brookville Ohio (OH), Real Photo unused


Huge Kansas Feed Lot
Title:
Huge Kansas Feed Lot
Chrome unused

Description:
Where thousands of cattle are finished for market



Stock Yard Scene In Chicago
Title:
Stock Yard Scene In Chicago
Chicago Illinois (IL), Divided Back unused

Description:
Cattle in the pens in the largest stock yards in the world. Cattle are detained in these pens for a period of one or two days before being driven to the Slaughter House. It covers about a mile square


Farm Scene
Title:
Farm Scene
Divided Back unused



C'mon Fellers
Title:
C'mon Fellers
Linen PM 1939 Aug-08

Description:
Ma say's the drinks are on her!


Cows, Pasture, Dogs, Farmers
Title:
Cows, Pasture, Dogs, Farmers
Divided Back unused

Description:
Wear "Walk-Overs" and "shoo" away foot troubles.



Have A Drink - Milking Cow
Title:
Have A Drink - Milking Cow
Divided Back PM 1908 Oct-26


Ox Team With Cotton Seed
Title:
Ox Team With Cotton Seed
Divided Back unused



Huge Iowa Feed Lot
Title:
Huge Iowa Feed Lot
Chrome unused

Description:
Where thousands of cattle are finished for market


Huge Iowa Feedlot
Title:
Huge Iowa Feedlot
Chrome unused

Description:
Iowa corn fattens some of the world's finest beef



I Would Like To Be Your Milking Stool
Title:
I Would Like To Be Your Milking Stool
Divided Back PM 1911 Aug-03


Milkmaid
Title:
Milkmaid
Divided Back unused



White Face Herefords-The Beef Cattle
Title:
White Face Herefords-The Beef Cattle
Chrome unused


C41 Calfs
Title:
C41 Calfs
Linen unused

Description:
"What are you going to be?" When I get big I'm going to be a bull in a china closet! When I get big I'm going to e a bull on wall street! I guess I'll just stay out west and be a cowpuncher!



Flowing Gold Of The Western Range
Title:
Flowing Gold Of The Western Range
Linen unused

Description:
Taken from an original oil painting by the noted cowboy artist and poet, L. H. "Dude" Larsen.


A Cooling Retreat
Title:
A Cooling Retreat
Divided Back PM 1910 Aug-26



Just a saggin 'an' a-draggin'
Title:
Just a saggin 'an' a-draggin'
Chrome unused


Not In The Beef Trust
Title:
Not In The Beef Trust
Divided Back unused



How Old Are You?
Title:
How Old Are You?
Chrome unused

Description:
How old are you? 20, 30, 40, 50, 60.


Black Angus Cattle
Title:
Black Angus Cattle
Brown County Nebraska (NE), Real Photo unused



Prize Yoke Of Oxen
Title:
Prize Yoke Of Oxen
Halifax Nova Scotia (NS), Chrome unused


The world famous breed of Black Angus
Title:
The world famous breed of Black Angus
Chrome unused

Description:
The world famous breed of Black Angus - are shown here - amid the abundant year 'round grazing lands - in Georgia - where Georgia farmers have developed enormous livestock sales - with over one and a half million head of cattle - making Georgia the larges



First Come First Served
Title:
First Come First Served
Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


The Bottleneck
Title:
The Bottleneck
Linen PM 1942

Description:
Hal Empie What's production without transportation?



Cows in Pasture
Title:
Cows in Pasture
Chrome PM 1966

Description:
Cow out to pasture and another day begins on the farm.


Best Wishes For A Happy Day
Title:
Best Wishes For A Happy Day
Divided Back PM 1911



Sitting Bull's Sister
Title:
Sitting Bull's Sister
Linen unused


Cows in River
Title:
Cows in River
Divided Back unused



From The Factory To The Consumer
Title:
From The Factory To The Consumer
Divided Back


At The Well
Title:
At The Well
Divided Back PM 1908



Cow
Title:
Cow
Divided Back

Description:
The domestic Cow as we all know, is one of the most useful of our animals, for it gives us milk, butter, and cheese, three tings very necessary to our every day existence. Unlike the Bull, the cow is a gentle animal, spending most of its life in eating and sleeping and adding considerably to the picturesqueness of the green pastures.


Typical Kansas Ranch
Title:
Typical Kansas Ranch
Scenic Kansas (KS), Linen unused

Description:
Kansas is a natural live stock country. Kansas live stock are prize winners at stock shows continually. It is also a sheep and hog country



A Bold Intruder
Title:
A Bold Intruder
Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907


Feeding The Calves
Title:
Feeding The Calves
Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Herd of 12 Heffers
Title:
Herd of 12 Heffers
Real Photo unused


Dairy Cow
Title:
Dairy Cow
Real Photo unused



Greetings From Springville
Title:
Greetings From Springville
Springville New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
Peaceful retreat


Greetings From Springville
Title:
Greetings From Springville
Springville New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
A pastoral scene



Greetings From Springville
Title:
Greetings From Springville
Springville New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
A perfect specimen


Old Caretta Pueblo Of Laguna
Title:
Old Caretta Pueblo Of Laguna
Scenic New Mexico (NM), Linen PM 1933

Description:
The picturesque pueblo of Laguna, 66 miles west of Albuquerque, was founded in 1699 by refugee Indians from Acoma, Zuni and Cochiti. Several great battles were fought here in early days with the Navajos and Apaches.



A Southern Tally-Ho
Title:
A Southern Tally-Ho
unused


Only A Card In Clover
Title:
Only A Card In Clover
PM 1910



Gosh thats a long Cow!
Title:
Gosh thats a long Cow!
PM 1937


Rousseau Theodore Cows
Title:
Rousseau Theodore Cows
unused

Description:
Le Marais dans les Landes. Musee Du Louvre. Das Moor in der Heide. A Marsb on the Heath



Oxen Pulling Plow
Title:
Oxen Pulling Plow
Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906


10928 Der Seealpsee mit dem Santis
Title:
10928 Der Seealpsee mit dem Santis
unused



Near The Ferry Windermere Lake
Title:
Near The Ferry Windermere Lake
unused


Scene Near Cleveland
Title:
Scene Near Cleveland
Cleveland Oklahoma (OK) PM 1916



The Lancaster Elm
Title:
The Lancaster Elm
unused

Description:
Boston & Maine Series


Cows Wading in Water
Title:
Cows Wading in Water
PM 1905



Texas Long Horn Steer
Title:
Texas Long Horn Steer
PM 1920

Description:
Width of Horns, 9 ft. 6 In.


Rounding Up A Herd
Title:
Rounding Up A Herd
unused



A Kentish Lane
Title:
A Kentish Lane
PM 1906


Texas Long Horn
Title:
Texas Long Horn
PM 1961

Description:
This various type has been world-known



Cows Wading in Water
Title:
Cows Wading in Water
PM 1912


Having A Bully Time In Minneapolis
Title:
Having A Bully Time In Minneapolis
PM 1911



Troyon
Title:
Troyon
unused

Description:
Boeufs se rendant au labour. Musee Du Louvre Morgenstimmung. Sun-Rise


I think I'll drop a line
Title:
I think I'll drop a line
PM 1911

Description:
Bull



Horses, Wagon - Mining Camp?
Title:
Horses, Wagon - Mining Camp?
unused


Pioneers Of The West
Title:
Pioneers Of The West
PM 1946

Description:
Taken from an original oil painting by the noted cowboy artist and poet, L.H. "Dude" Larsen.



Cattle On The Range
Title:
Cattle On The Range
Chrome PM 1962


The Vanishing American Famous Texas longhorn Steer
Title:
The Vanishing American Famous Texas longhorn Steer
Chrome unused

Description:
At one time the Texas rangeland was covered with longhorn cattle, same of which had horns measuring as much as 9 feet or more, from tip-to-tip. The few that are left today are kept only as a novelty.



Greeting From Colon
Title:
Greeting From Colon
Colon Michigan (MI), Linen PM 1936


Greetings From Greeley
Title:
Greetings From Greeley
Greeley Kansas (KS), Linen PM 1942



Beef Cattle In Kansas
Title:
Beef Cattle In Kansas
Scenic Kansas (KS), Linen unused

Description:
The annual volue of beef cattle produced in Kansas exceeds $122,000,000.00. It is one of the state's leading industries.


Pioneers of The West - Cattle, Steere
Title:
Pioneers of The West - Cattle, Steere
Linen unused

Description:
Taken from an original oil painting by the noted cowboy artist and poet, H. "Dude" Larsen.



Cows
Title:
Cows
Divided Back PM 1908


Huge Iowa Feed Lot
Title:
Huge Iowa Feed Lot
Scenic Iowa (IA), Chrome unused

Description:
Where thousands of cattle are finished for market



A Cattle Roundup On The Range
Title:
A Cattle Roundup On The Range
Linen unused

Description:
Out on the Western Prairies-in the Rockies


Grazing Cattle in the Northwest
Title:
Grazing Cattle in the Northwest
Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Cows: The ole swimmin hole
Title:
Cows: The ole swimmin hole
Chrome PM 1974


Lone Star Bull
Title:
Lone Star Bull
Linen unused

Description:
I am the largest known cow in live (of the cattle breed). I was raised on the J-J Ranch of South Texas. My mother was a little Jersey cow that weighed only 530 lbs. My father was of the Brahma breed of cattle (a medium weight cattle). I am 9 years old, weigh over 2800 lbs., stand 6 ft. 1 inch tall, a freak for size but normal in every other way. I was on exhibition the entire time at the World's Fair, Chicago, in 1933, and my photos are scattered all over the world. $500.00 reward is offered for proof of a living cow as large, in every way as I. My owner is Miss Jeanne Maulsby 129 E. Mulberry St. :: San Antonio, Texas



Having a Grand Time Here-And This is No Bull!
Title:
Having a Grand Time Here-And This is No Bull!
PM 1942

Description:
Farmer, Cow, milking


Herd of Dairy Cows
Title:
Herd of Dairy Cows
Real Photo



Largest steer in the world "Wonderland" Museum
Title:
Largest steer in the world "Wonderland" Museum
Billings Montana (MT), Real Photo unused

Description:
Weight 3980 pounds


Cattle
Title:
Cattle
Bisbee Arizona (AZ), Original Photograph unused

Description:
This is a rare, historic item. Used as part of the postcard production process by the Edward Mitchell Company (subsequently the Pacific Novelty Co. and Souvenir Publishing Co.)



Transportation-In Tennessee
Title:
Transportation-In Tennessee
Real Photo unused


Cattle Ranching, Toppenish, Washington
Title:
Cattle Ranching, Toppenish, Washington
Divided Back unused



Siamese Deformed Cow
Title:
Siamese Deformed Cow
Real Photo unused


Woman Holding a Bucket Standing Next to Cow Beneath Archway
Title:
Woman Holding a Bucket Standing Next to Cow Beneath Archway
Divided Back PM 1908 Jul-18

Description:
The Milkmaid



Hershey Chocolate Co.
Title:
Hershey Chocolate Co.
Hershey Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Your Guarantee We Guarantee All Our Products To Be Absolutely Pure and Unadulterated - Hershey's Cocoa "Made on the Farm"


Holstein-Friesian Co
Title:
Holstein-Friesian Co
Linen PM 1945



Cy Perkins' Oxen and the Auto - Renault
Title:
Cy Perkins' Oxen and the Auto - Renault
Townsend Massachusetts (MA), Divided Back unused


Curtiss Bovine Breeding
Title:
Curtiss Bovine Breeding
Chrome PM May-15



Dairymen
Title:
Dairymen
Chrome unused

Description:
Get eye-pleasing type and money-making production - along with convenience, economy, and safety - by joining your neighbors who belong to one of Pennsylvania's Artificial Breeding Cooperatives: First Pennsylvania ABC, Lewisburg; Lehigh Valley Coop. Farmers, Allentown; Nep ABC, Tunkhannock; Southeastern Pennsylvania ABC, Lancaster; Western Pennsylvania ABC, Clarion. Koppell Color Cards


Thoroughbreds - Beaver County
Title:
Thoroughbreds
Beaver County Oklahoma (OK), Real Photo

Description:
Diary cows



Little Barefoot Boy with Two Cows
Title:
Little Barefoot Boy with Two Cows
Foster Rhode Island (RI), Real Photo unused


Cow Shed
Title:
Cow Shed
Cleveland Ohio (OH), Linen unused

Description:
1013 Chester Avenue Salesman's Sample



"Pete" and "Punk"
Title:
"Pete" and "Punk"
Shartlesville Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
Largest twin steers in the world. Born in Vermont in 1946, standing almost 6 ft. tall, having 11 ft. circumference around the midriff. These huge animals are bred out of Canadian Holstein stock. They are yoke broken and capable of pulling 11 tons of dead weight. Pete weighs 3400 pounds and Punk weighs 3200 pounds. They consume 4 bales of hay and 150 pounds of grain daily. The dam and sire were normal size and weight. Owned by David Blom


Hereford Bull and Cow, famous British Cattle standing in farm
Title:
Hereford Bull and Cow, famous British Cattle standing in farm
Divided Back unused

Description:
Famous British Cattle Series 9507



Shorthorn Cow and Calf standing in water
Title:
Shorthorn Cow and Calf standing in water
Divided Back unused

Description:
Famous British Cattle Series 9507


Black bull
Title:
Black bull
Real Photo unused



Cross-bred - Brahman-Hereford Steer
Title:
Cross-bred - Brahman-Hereford Steer
Real Photo unused


Pete and Punk - Biggest Team of Twin Oxen Ever Recorded
Title:
Pete and Punk - Biggest Team of Twin Oxen Ever Recorded
Chrome unused

Description:
Weighing over 6300 pounds. Born in Vermont in 1946, standing almost 6 ft. tall, having 11 ft. circumference around the midriff. These huge animals are bread out of Canadian Holstein stock. They are broken to the yoke and capable of pulling 11 tons of dead weight. Pete weighs 3250 and Punk 3125 lbs. They consume 2 bales of hay and 150 lbs. grain every day. The Dam and Sire were normal in size and weight



The Return from the Alpes
Title:
The Return from the Alpes
unused


Lone Star
Title:
Lone Star
Divided Back unused

Description:
I am the largest known cow to live (of the cattle breed). I was raised on the J-J Ranch of South Texas. My mother was a little Jersey cow that weighed only 530 lbs. My father was of the Brahma breed of cattle (a medium weight cattle). I am 9 years old, weigh over 2800 lbs., stand 6 ft. 1 inch tall, a freak for size but normal in every other way. I was on exhibition the entire time at the World's Fair, Chicago, in 1933 and my photos are scattered all over the world. A little girl (my owner) and my manager are standing with me in this photo. $500.00 reward is offered for proof of a living cow as large in every way as I. My owner is Miss Jeanne Maulsby, 129 E. Mulberry St. San Antonio, Texas



Les Vaches / Cows
Title:
Les Vaches / Cows
Continental Chrome unused


Ready for the Drive
Title:
Ready for the Drive
Divided Back PM 1908 May-18



Florida Thoroughbred Brahma Cattle at Arcadia
Title:
Florida Thoroughbred Brahma Cattle at Arcadia
Linen PM 1945 Dec-13


Highland Cattle
Title:
Highland Cattle
Divided Back PM Jun-5

Description:
Highland Cattle Series 8071



A Texas Steer
Title:
A Texas Steer
Divided Back unused

Description:
Texas Cattle Series 2429 Much of the wealth of Texas lies in her big, long-horned steers. The last census showed that 10,000,000 were feeding upon the vast Texan Ranges. These lands are owned by cattle syndicates as well as private individuals, who keep them for the purpose of grazing herds of long-horned steers


Oklahoma is Cow Country
Title:
Oklahoma is Cow Country
Oklahoma (OK), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
The numbers of cattle and calves grown in the state have quadrupled in the last 50 years. Trucked in and out of the Oklahoma City stockyards are the largest numbers of cattle in the world. The cattle are known for their heartiness, weight and early maturity



Cows in a Field
Title:
Cows in a Field
unused

Description:
Old English Wild Cattle, "A Somerford Park Cow"


A row of men milking cows by a fence
Title:
A row of men milking cows by a fence
PM 1910 May-18

Description:
Milking Jersey Cows on and Oregon Dairy Farm



Rapid Transit in Kentucky
Title:
Rapid Transit in Kentucky
Divided Back PM 1912 May-25


Ideal Beef Steer
Title:
Ideal Beef Steer
Chrome unused



Zebu, Sacred Ox of India, Lincoln Park
Title:
Zebu, Sacred Ox of India, Lincoln Park
Chicago Illinois (IL), Divided Back PM 1913


Greetings From Glenn, Michigan
Title:
Greetings From Glenn, Michigan
Glenn Michigan (MI), Linen unused



Meadow Gold Butter Display--Illinois State Fair
Title:
Meadow Gold Butter Display--Illinois State Fair
Springfield Illinois (IL), Linen unused

Description:
A SOUVENIR OF BEATRICE FOODS CO. Meadow Gold Products 1898 - 1948 FINE FOODS FOR FIFTY YEARS BUTTER - ICE CREAM - MILK - CHEESE THE MEADOW GOLD BUTTER COW WAS MADE FROM REAL BUTTER. IT WEIGHS 600 POUNDS AND WAS COMPLETED IN THREE DAYS. THE SCULPTOR IS J. E. WALLACE OF DELAND, FLORIDA


Roundup on the California Desert
Title:
Roundup on the California Desert
California (CA), Linen PM 1940 Mar-27

Description:
Stephen H. Willard The Roundup. In the winter many cattle range on the desert. Before the heat of summer begins, they are rounded up and taken to the high meadows of the surrounding mountains



Sentum
Title:
Sentum
Divided Back PM 1921 Dec-21

Description:
Heimkehr von der Alp - Depart des Alpes - The Return from the Alpes


A Brahma Bull
Title:
A Brahma Bull
Florida (FL), Real Photo PM 1955 Feb-25



Elsie and Beauregard in Person
Title:
Elsie and Beauregard in Person
Linen unused

Description:
Elsie is in her spool beed and young Beaurgard in his corral playpen. The barn colonial boudoir is comple with barrel chair, butter churn lamp and barnyard clock


Hoard's Dairyman
Title:
Hoard's Dairyman
Chrome unused

Description:
Five breeds of dairy cattle



"Pete and Punk" - Biggest Team of Twin Oxen Ever Recorded
Title:
"Pete and Punk" - Biggest Team of Twin Oxen Ever Recorded
Vermont (VT), Linen unused

Description:
Weighing over 6300 lbs. Largest Twin Holstein Steers in the World Born in Vermont in 1946, standing almost 6 ft. tall, having 11 ft. circumference around the midriff. These huge animals are bred out of Canadian Holstein stock. They are broken to the yoke and capable of pulling 11 tons of dead weight. Pete weighs 3250 and Punk 3125 lbs. They consume 2 bales of hay and 150 lbs. grain every day. The Dam and Sire were normal in size and weight


Political Definitions
Title:
Political Definitions
Chrome unused

Description:
SOCIALISM - You have 2 cows & give one to your neighbor. COMMUNISM - You have 2 cows. The government takes both and gives you the milk. FASCISM - You have 2 cows, the government takes both and sells you the milk. NAZISM - You have two cows. The government takes both and shoots you. NEW DEALISM - You have two cows - they gov't takes both, shoots one, milks the other and throws the milk away. CAPITALISM - You have two cows - you sell one and buy a bull



Chatsworth House
Title:
Chatsworth House
Divided Back unused


Wild Brahma Bulls Ready for Bucking Contests
Title:
Wild Brahma Bulls Ready for Bucking Contests
Chrome unused

Description:
Styker's "Photogloss" - Rodeo Series - 14



Western Valley Cattle Ranch
Title:
Western Valley Cattle Ranch
Divided Back PM 1913 Feb-05

Description:
Series 1949


Champion Hereford Bull - Dominion Coal & Wood Limited
Title:
Champion Hereford Bull - Dominion Coal & Wood Limited
Toronto Ontario (ON), Divided Back unused

Description:
North Yard, 319 Merton St.First Quality American Pennsylvania Screened Anthracite $13.00 per ton. Clean steady and long-burning with the ability to "stay-in" for long periods; this anthracite is an outstanding buy at this low price. Guard against increasing prices by ordering now. Many changes have taken place since cards like this were in fashion,and we first started serving Toronto public. But one thing has not changed.. Dominion fuel is still of the best quality – and the service is still just as dependable,as in those early days. Our present great covered storage facilities,modern equipment and large delivery fleet assure you of best fuel and best service,whether your orders be large or small



Bull
Title:
Bull
Divided Back unused

Description:
Educational Series of Postcards Series 400 The Bull. (Bos Taurus.) the Bull of the comon Ox, unlie the cow which is a very gentle creature, is often so savage that it is dangerous to enter a field where one is pasturing. For this reason Bulls are seldom seen in the open country; they are more often kept in stables. They are exceedingly powerful animals and it is necessary to put a ring through the nose, to which are attached the cords with which they are led by a man on each side. There are many different breeds varying considerably in size, colr, and general appearnce."


Calf
Title:
Calf
Divided Back unused

Description:
Educational Series of Postcards Series 400 The Calf. (Bos Taurus.) The Calf represented on this card is the young of the domestic Bull and Cow, or Common Ox, Its skin makes excellent leather, and is greatly used for bookbinding and the making of boots. The flesh of the Calf is called veal and is much esteemed. The name calf is also applied to the young of the elephant, the Hippopotamus, the Bison, the Buffalo, nad various othr mamals."



Cow
Title:
Cow
Divided Back unused

Description:
Educational Series of Postcards Series 400 The domestic Cow. As we all know, is one of the most useful of our animals, for it gives us milk, butter, and cheese, three thingsvery necessary to our every day existence. Unlike the Bull, the Cow is a gentle animal, spending most of its life in eating and sleeping and adding considerably to the picturesquences of the green pastures."


Jeronimo
Title:
Jeronimo
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 22660 The worlds famous Texas Long Horn Ster. Width 9 feet 6 inches form tip to tip and raised near San Antonio, Texas."



We Have Some Fine Calves Here
Title:
We Have Some Fine Calves Here
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 511


A Dairy Farm In Salt River Valley
Title:
A Dairy Farm In Salt River Valley
Arizona (AZ), Divided Back unused



Cow Country
Title:
Cow Country
Chrome unused

Description:
Cow Country - Cow waddies waddle out of these comfortable diggings to feed and cuss their beef laden charges. This ranch on Pryor creek, near the Crow Indian Reservation in eastern Montana, is part of a 60,000 acre spread. Depending on the market and the status of their bank credit, the owners run some 5000 Herefords. These are the red and white short legged critters with a heavy cargo of T-bone steaks and rib roasts. At last census there were 18,733 cattle ranches in Montana owned by men averaging 47.9 years of age and staffed with 2,349,904 moo-ooo-ers.


Give Down Bessie They're Puttin On Another Truck
Title:
Give Down Bessie They're Puttin On Another Truck
Linen PM Jun-23



Carnation Stock Farm
Title:
Carnation Stock Farm
Divided Back unused

Description:
One of the Dairy Farms which supplies fresh milk to condenseries to be evaporated, sterilized and hermetically sealed as Carnation Milk.


Lone Star And Lady Star
Title:
Lone Star And Lady Star
Divided Back unused

Description:
Lone Star and lady star is the largest mikl cow in the world. Raised on the J. J. ranch of south Texas, her motehr was a little Jersey weighing 530 pounds and her fatehr of the Sacred Brahma breed of Inda (a medium weight cattle). She is 11 years old, weighs approximately 3005 pounds and stands 6 ft. 2 in. tall. abnormal in size, but normal in every other way. Standing alongside is Lady Star, no relation, but a constant and adoring companion of Lone star. Believed to be the smallest perfectly formed cow in the world, she weighs but 206 pounds, stands 36 inches in height, and is 3 years old. $500.00 reward is offered for proof of a living cow as large in every way as Lone Star. Owned by Miss Jeanne maulsby 129 E. Mulberry St. San Antonio, Texas.



Scene On One Of Our Dairy Farms
Title:
Scene On One Of Our Dairy Farms
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 131 Scenes along the country Roads


Dog In The Manger
Title:
Dog In The Manger
unused

Description:
Molly Brett Series 167 A Little dog went in the cowshed one day, And curled up in a manger of sweet soft Hay. Then bye and bye in came Mistress Cow who.. Mooed, "I'd like my hay for tea now." But little dog started to growl and snap, Complaining the lady had spoilt his nap. The cow mooed "Selfish - I must say! You won't let me feed, and - you don't eat hay." And after that, without a doubt, She lowered her horns and - tossed him out.



Round Up Time
Title:
Round Up Time
Willcox Arizona (AZ), Real Photo unused

Description:
Series C-446


The Lange Oxen At Standish
Title:
The Lange Oxen At Standish
Real Photo PM 1916 Jan-10

Description:
The Lange Qzen at Standish 7210 lbs



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