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  • Porter-Golden Foot & Mouth Collection, number 49 

    Golden, George E.
    "…The humane feature of the argument can be disposed of by saying that all susceptible live stock are food-producing animals, and their ultimate distination is the slaughterhouse. ...The animals slaughtered in abattoirs ...
  • Porter-Golden Foot & Mouth Collection, number 44 

    Porter, Frank D.
    "…The humane feature of the argument can be disposed of by saying that all susceptible live stock are food-producing animals, and their ultimate distination is the slaughterhouse. ...The animals slaughtered in abattoirs ...
  • Porter-Golden Foot & Mouth Collection, number 45 

    Porter, Frank D.
    "…The humane feature of the argument can be disposed of by saying that all susceptible live stock are food-producing animals, and their ultimate distination is the slaughterhouse. ...The animals slaughtered in abattoirs ...
  • Porter-Golden Foot & Mouth Collection, number 46 

    Porter, Frank D.
    "…The humane feature of the argument can be disposed of by saying that all susceptible live stock are food-producing animals, and their ultimate distination is the slaughterhouse. ...The animals slaughtered in abattoirs ...
  • Porter-Golden Foot & Mouth Collection, number 47 

    Golden, George E.
    "…The humane feature of the argument can be disposed of by saying that all susceptible live stock are food-producing animals, and their ultimate distination is the slaughterhouse. ...The animals slaughtered in abattoirs ...
  • Porter-Golden Foot & Mouth Collection, number 48 

    Golden, George E.
    "…The humane feature of the argument can be disposed of by saying that all susceptible live stock are food-producing animals, and their ultimate distination is the slaughterhouse. ...The animals slaughtered in abattoirs ...
  • Porter-Golden Foot & Mouth Collection, number 43 

    Golden, George E.
    "…The humane feature of the argument can be disposed of by saying that all susceptible live stock are food-producing animals, and their ultimate distination is the slaughterhouse. ...The animals slaughtered in abattoirs ...
  • Porter-Golden Foot & Mouth Collection, number 39 

    Golden, George E.
    "…The humane feature of the argument can be disposed of by saying that all susceptible live stock are food-producing animals, and their ultimate distination is the slaughterhouse. ...The animals slaughtered in abattoirs ...
  • Porter-Golden Foot & Mouth Collection, number 42 

    Golden, George E.
    "…The humane feature of the argument can be disposed of by saying that all susceptible live stock are food-producing animals, and their ultimate distination is the slaughterhouse. ...The animals slaughtered in abattoirs ...
  • Porter-Golden Foot & Mouth Collection, number 40 

    Porter, Frank D.
    "…The humane feature of the argument can be disposed of by saying that all susceptible live stock are food-producing animals, and their ultimate distination is the slaughterhouse. ...The animals slaughtered in abattoirs ...
  • Horse Ambulance 

    College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences
    Example of Horse Ambulance fitted to a Model T truck owned by Dr. S. B. Manning a practicing veterinarian and who became Mayor of David City from 1940-1950. Dr. S. B. Manning, class of 1907, Kansas City Veterinary College. ...
  • Porter-Golden Foot & Mouth Collection, number 41 

    Porter, Frank D.
    "…The humane feature of the argument can be disposed of by saying that all susceptible live stock are food-producing animals, and their ultimate distination is the slaughterhouse. ...The animals slaughtered in abattoirs ...
  • Porter-Golden Foot & Mouth Collection, number 36 

    Porter, Frank D.
    "…The humane feature of the argument can be disposed of by saying that all susceptible live stock are food-producing animals, and their ultimate distination is the slaughterhouse. ...The animals slaughtered in abattoirs ...
  • Porter-Golden Foot & Mouth Collection, number 37 

    Golden, George E.
    "…The humane feature of the argument can be disposed of by saying that all susceptible live stock are food-producing animals, and their ultimate distination is the slaughterhouse. ...The animals slaughtered in abattoirs ...
  • Porter-Golden Foot & Mouth Collection, number 35 

    Golden, George E.
    "…The humane feature of the argument can be disposed of by saying that all susceptible live stock are food-producing animals, and their ultimate distination is the slaughterhouse. ...The animals slaughtered in abattoirs ...
  • Porter-Golden Foot & Mouth Collection, number 38 

    Golden, George E.
    "…The humane feature of the argument can be disposed of by saying that all susceptible live stock are food-producing animals, and their ultimate distination is the slaughterhouse. ...The animals slaughtered in abattoirs ...
  • Porter-Golden Foot & Mouth Collection, number 34 

    Golden, George E.
    "…The humane feature of the argument can be disposed of by saying that all susceptible live stock are food-producing animals, and their ultimate distination is the slaughterhouse. ...The animals slaughtered in abattoirs ...
  • Porter-Golden Foot & Mouth Collection, number 32 

    Porter, Frank D.
    "…The humane feature of the argument can be disposed of by saying that all susceptible live stock are food-producing animals, and their ultimate distination is the slaughterhouse. ...The animals slaughtered in abattoirs ...
  • Porter-Golden Foot & Mouth Collection, number 31 

    Golden, George E.
    "…The humane feature of the argument can be disposed of by saying that all susceptible live stock are food-producing animals, and their ultimate distination is the slaughterhouse. ...The animals slaughtered in abattoirs ...
  • Porter-Golden Foot & Mouth Collection, number 30 

    Golden, George E.
    "…The humane feature of the argument can be disposed of by saying that all susceptible live stock are food-producing animals, and their ultimate distination is the slaughterhouse. ...The animals slaughtered in abattoirs ...

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