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 Boston Work-Horse Parade Association, Bulletin No. 1. ..1911
Boston Work-Horse Parade Association, Bulletin No. 1. ..1911
Price: $65.00

8 pp booklet. Revised and re-issued, August 1911. Content includes information on Watering and Bedding and Bedding and Rest for parade horses.  Primarily discusses need for bedding in stables and watering  both day and night.  The inside cover has a postscript with testimonials from stable owners.  Measures 7 1/2" x 5". . The Association issued in 1910 a Bulletin on Watering and Bedding, by Gilbert Tompkin A revised edition was published in August, 1911, and it is now reprinted, with some additions.
George H. Dadd Dadd's Chart of Veterinary Reformed Practice, Being a Synopsis of the Diseases of Horses, Cattle and Sheep, With their Causes Symptoms and Treatment . Old Dickinson Printing Office.Boston.1848
George H. Dadd Dadd's Chart of Veterinary Reformed Practice, Being a Synopsis of the Diseases of Horses, Cattle and Sheep, With their Causes Symptoms and Treatment . Old Dickinson Printing Office.Boston.1848
Price: $225.00

Enclosed in between the board, hard covers is a chart that folds out to reveal various diseases that horses, cattle, and sheep could be experiencing. Across the top of the chart are the categories for disease, cause, symptoms and cure, the latter two broken up into horse, cattle, and sheep. The diseases are broken up by anatomy, and include skin laceration, colic, distemper, and many more. Closed measures 6 1/2" x 4 1/4" Chart opened measures 26 1/4" x 17 3/4". George H. Dadd is often considered one of the founders of veterinary medication as it is presently known.
 Over in the Meadow, A Handmade Counting Book - Animal Mothers and Babies. ..1940s
Over in the Meadow, A Handmade Counting Book - Animal Mothers and Babies. ..1940s
Price: $325.00

A handmade counting book depicting a variety of animals. Each page features a new animal, a mother and her babies. The first page is a turtle and her one baby turtle. The second page is a mother fish and her two babies, the third an owl and her three babies, and so on and so forth until the reader reaches the count of ten. The images are drawn in charcoal. The book is bound by two metal rings. There is no biographical information on the author/maker of the book. Measures 15" x 11 1/2". To view this book, please click on the following link: https://photos.app.goo.gl/kpsYhaR8mRmnImVU2. Minor edge wear due to rubbing.