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    • CVM History Exhibits, number 08 

      College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences
      Image on the left: Man in Protective clothing stands next to United States Bureau of Agriculture Vehicle. See disinfecting equipment on the running board. Man is not identified, but could be Frank D. Porter or G. E. Golden. ...
    • Diagram of a Cattle Dipping Vault, number 1 

      College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences
      This sketch was printed in a Texas Agriculture and Experiment Station Report as part of Dr. Francis research on Tick Fever.
    • Diagram of a Cattle Dipping Vault, number 2 

      College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences
      This sketch was printed in a Texas Agriculture and Experiment Station Report as part of Dr. Francis research on Tick Fever.
    • Diagram of a Cattle Dipping Vault, number 3 

      College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences
      This sketch was printed in a Texas Agriculture and Experiment Station Report as part of Dr. Francis research on Tick Fever.
    • Diagram of a Cattle Dipping Vault, number 4 

      College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences
      This sketch was printed in a Texas Agriculture and Experiment Station Report as part of Dr. Francis research on Tick Fever.
    • Foreign Livestock Management, number 2 

      College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences
      Dr. Kenneth Latimer Kuttler, the son of a Veterinarian, was born May 29, 1924 in Ft. Worth Texas. He earned his DVM in 1945 from Colorado State College and his MS in 1955 from New York State University. In 1965 he received ...
    • Porter-Golden Foot & Mouth Collection, number 12 

      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 for ...
    • Porter-Golden Foot & Mouth Collection, number 13 

      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 for ...
    • Porter-Golden Foot & Mouth Collection, number 14 

      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 for ...
    • Porter-Golden Foot & Mouth Collection, number 15 

      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 for ...
    • Porter-Golden Foot & Mouth Collection, number 17 

      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 for ...
    • Porter-Golden Foot & Mouth Collection, number 18 

      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 for ...
    • Porter-Golden Foot & Mouth Collection, number 21 

      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 for ...
    • Porter-Golden Foot & Mouth Collection, number 22 

      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 for ...
    • Porter-Golden Foot & Mouth Collection, number 24 

      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 for ...
    • Porter-Golden Foot & Mouth Collection, number 25 

      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 for ...
    • Porter-Golden Foot & Mouth Collection, number 27 

      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 for ...
    • Porter-Golden Foot & Mouth Collection, number 28 

      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 for ...
    • Porter-Golden Foot & Mouth Collection, number 29 

      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 for ...
    • 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 for ...