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The boxing cats (Prof. Welton's) /

The boxing cats (Prof. Welton's) /

Professor Welton presents an amusing fight between two trained cats wearing boxing gloves. Copyright: no reg. Featuring: Henry Welton. Camera, William Heise. Duration: 0:20 at 27 fps. Additional holdings for th... more

Bucking broncho /

Bucking broncho /

From Raff & Gammon price list: An out-of-door scene. The men and horse of this subject are from "Buffalo Bill's Wild West." 15.00. From Maguire & Baucus catalogue: A cowboy riding an unruly "bronco." From Ediso... more

Trained cavalry horses /

Trained cavalry horses /

From Edison films catalog: Shows the wonderful intelligence of these Troop F, 6th U.S. Cavalry, horses. At a command they lie down promptly, and at another order scramble to their feet. 50 feet. $7.50. 38235 U.... more

Fun in camp /

Fun in camp /

From Edison films catalog: Showing a group of soldiers and Red Cross nurses being amused by a number of small children who are riding upon the backs of trick bears. A remarkably fine picture, with U.S. Infantry... more

[Class in solid geometery, Manual Training]

[Class in solid geometery, Manual Training]

Title and other information transcribed from caption card. Frances Benjamin Johnston Collection (Library of Congress). In album: "Manual Training."

[Eleven women police receiving marksmanship training]

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