Cramahe Archives Digital Collection
Good Friends: Photographs of Cramahe Pets and Farm Animals
At Home
Dogs and cats have typically found a good life in many rural homes. On the back of the photograph (second row, third photo) the woman commented on her dog's distinctive personality: "Me and the dog - he loves to get his picture taken." In the 19th and early 20th centuries, prior to the mass adoption of cars, horses also played a key role in the day to day activities of a household.
Mrs. Mary O’Connor with her dog, Front St. S., Lakeport, 1934
Mrs. Mary O’Connor with her dog, Front St. S., Lakeport, 1934 Details
Reta Turpin with her dog, Turpin Family Photograph Album
Reta Turpin with her dog, Turpin Family Photograph Album Details
Family portrait with dog, Castleton, ca.1890
Family portrait with dog, Castleton, ca.1890 Details
Unidentified boy with his dog
Unidentified boy with his dog Details
A woman with her horse and dog
A woman with her horse and dog Details
A woman with her dog
A woman with her dog Details
Portrait of a man holding a kitten
Portrait of a man holding a kitten Details
A collie playfully raising its paws to a family member
A collie playfully raising its paws to a family member Details
A dog with his family
A dog with his family Details
A horse grazing in a field
A horse grazing in a field Details
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