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Place Card - Girl in Blue Dress with Flower
A place card with an illustration of a girl in a blue dress and red flowers.
The Reluctance of Cattle to Change a Learned Choice May Confound Preference Tests
The conclusion of the article states "it appears that previously learned choices may affect future choices in Y-mazes for cattle. Another area that needs to be researched is the effects of a mildly aversive treatment ...
Pointers on Design and Operation of Cattle Restrainer Systems
(The National Provisioner, 1976-10-30)
The article discusses the importance of design and the people who run handling systems.
Journal of Cantigny Operations, 28 May 1918
A "journal of Cantigny operations" starting at 12:15 a.m. May 28th through May 30th. The final entry reads: "May 30th: Colonel Holbrook reports that the Germans started another Counter Attack about 3:30A.M. that the first ...
Map - Plan of Attack of a Iagdkommaudo west of Cantigny, 27 May 1918
A map titled "Plan of Attack of a Iagdkommaudo west of Cantigny on 27 May 1918. There are two sketches and the legend indicates that sketch no. 1 is "Firing until 7A.M." and sketch no. 2 is "Firing after 7A.M."
Wrestling Card - Larry Moquin
The wrestler's name is Larry Moquin and the number stamped on the reverse is 458.
Wrestling Card - Bobby Becker
The wrestler's name is Bobby Becker.
Pamphlet: "Some Canadians are Wondering Just What Is Being 'Controlled'"
A pamphlet by the Buffalo Citizens' Committee of 10,000 for Law Enforcement that questions "what is being 'controlled" in Canada by Government Liquor Control. The pamphlet includes statistics which they report are from ...
Letter to Mr. C. Howard from Mrs. Tolan
Letter (3 typed pages) to Mr. C. Howard of the Dominion Bank of Toronto from Mrs. Tolan of the Lundy’s Lane Historical Society. She encloses 2 articles entitled “Origins of Niagara Falls, Ontario” and “Captain Creighton ...
Letter - William Young to James Woodruff
Letter to James D. Woodruff at the Welland Canal, St. Catharines. The letter is postmarked Philadelphia [date illegible] and Queenston, Feb. 7, 1847. In this letter William Young of Philadelphia describes some of the ...