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Tag Archives: Pets
With the “Importance of Being Cute, Pet Photography in Virginia 1840-2013″ exhibit currently at the Library of Virginia, the Virginia Newspaper Project thought it a pertinent time to feature pet related images and stories from its newspaper collection. Animals have always been a popular topic in newspapers and these are only the tip of the iceberg of what’s available. The newspapers featured here can be found on Virginia Chronicle, the Library’s database of digitized historical newspapers.
A gift for Maud, from the comic pages of the Times Dispatch, April 26, 1903:
Bruno, the loyal watchdog, taking a break from his duties, from the Virginia Farm Bureau News:
Sometimes, when it’s time to play, our canine friends get “In the Way.” Cartoon from the Richmond Planet, October 14, 1905:
From the article “Canine Globe-Trotters” published in the the Roanoke Times, March 17, 1892: