Fine. UNUSED, VERY GOOD, NOT EX-LIBRARY, marked remainder, the first postcard is loose, 30 pages. This wonderful collection of antique photos proves that dogs have long been "man's best friend". In the early days of photography, each snapshot involved great effort, time, and care, and the fact that so often dogs of many breeds were in these portraits proves the longstanding kinship dogs and man have experienced through the ages. Dog-lovers will be charmed by the variety of situations and settings that pair pooches of all shapes, breeds, and sizes with babies, children, families, and even tradesmen. The Dog Album represents a significant group of images that charts the early history of American family photography.
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