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Cows

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:

AU RUANDA-URUNDI.

 Item — Photograph 8: Series Series 3
Identifier: Photograph 8
Scope and Contents Le Groupe scolaire d'Astrida (Ruanda) organisé en collaboration par le Gouvernement du Ruanda-Urundi et les Frères de la Charité, comprend une école primaire, une école moyenne et des école s spéciales pour la formation d'assistants médicaux, vétérinaires et agricoles et des futurs chefs indigènes ; Voici quelques élèves de la section vétérinaire assistant à un cours pratique de clinique. ; Photo: E. LEBIED. ; n° 34.24/29. ; Congopresse ; Reproduction libre avec ou sans mention d'origine. ;...
Dates: ca. 1935-1977

DEPARTMENT OF ANIMAL HEALTH LIVESTOCK FARM, ACCRA, GOLD COAST.

 Item — Photograph 285: Series Series 3
Identifier: Photograph 285
Scope and Contents A/37-7. ; A plains cow with a cross bred bull in a farmer's herd of cattle on the Accra plains.  The father of the bull was a Zebu and he trains many of the Zebu characteristics. ; ISSUED BY THE WEST AFRICAN PHOTOGRAPHIC SERVICE, REGIONAL INFORMATION OFFICE, ACCRA, GOLD COAST, BRITISH WEST AFRICA.--Recto ; WEST AFRICAN PHOTOGRAPHIC SERVICE OF THE  REGIONAL INFORMATION OFFICE; P.O. Box 555 ; ACCRA GOLD COAST WEST AFRICA ; Photograph No.4/37-7 ; CROWN COPYRIGHT RESERVED. ; 2; GH-275-- Verso
Dates: ca. 1935-1977

DEPARTMENT OF ANIMAL HEALTH LIVESTOCK FARM, ACCRA, GOLD COAST.

 Item — Photograph 286: Series Series 3
Identifier: Photograph 286
Scope and Contents A/37-10. ; The cows calve down in a special maternity block of loose boxes.  This is necessary to control contagious abortion.  The cows are placed in the loose boxes five days before calving and remain with thier calves for five days afterwards. ; ISSUED BY THE WEST AFRICAN PHOTOGRAPHIC SERVICE, REGIONAL INFORMATION OFFICE, ACCRA, GOLD COAST, BRITISH WEST AFRICA.--Recto ; WEST AFRICAN PHOTOGRAPHIC SERVICE OF THE  REGIONAL INFORMATION OFFICE; P.O. Box 555 ; ACCRA GOLD COAST WEST AFRICA ;...
Dates: ca. 1935-1977

Marula Tree

 Item — Photograph 23: Series Series 3
Identifier: Photograph 23
Scope and Contents N.T. ; Yellow fruit - used for making Kaffir beer. ; 23 ; SA-23--Verso
Dates: ca. 1935-1977

The Masai people live to a great extent on the blood they draw from their cattle.  Sometimes it is drunk with milk sometimes alone.  Picture shows - As the strap is tightened the vein swells making an easy mark for the blocked arrow.

 Item — Photograph 7: Series Series 3
Identifier: Photograph 7
Scope and Contents [Title supplied by captions document] ; PUBLIC RELATIONS DEPARTMENT ; TANGANYIKA OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPH ; No. T.P. 4865/211-C ; Not to be published without written permission ; 7 ; TA-7--Verso
Dates: ca. 1935-1977

The Masai people live to a great extent on the blood they draw from their cattle.  Sometimes it is drunk with milk sometimes alone.  Picture shows Preparing to seal the jugular vein of a Zebu cattle.

 Item — Photograph 6: Series Series 3
Identifier: Photograph 6
Scope and Contents [Title supplied by captions document] ; PUBLIC RELATIONS DEPARTMENT ; TANGANYIKA OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPH ; No. T.P. 4864/211-C ; Not to be published without written permission ; 6 ; TA-6--Verso
Dates: ca. 1935-1977

The Masai people live to a great extent on the blood they draw from their cattle.  Sometimes it is drunk with milk sometimes alone.  Picture shows - The arrow is blocked so that only an incision of about a quarter of an inch can be made.

 Item — Photograph 5: Series Series 3
Identifier: Photograph 5
Scope and Contents [Title provided by captions document]. ; PUBLIC RELATIONS DEPARTMENT ; TANGANYIKA OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPH ; No. T.P. 4866/211-C ; Not to be published without written permission ; 5 ; TA-5--Verso
Dates: ca. 1935-1977

The Masai people live to a great extent on the blood they draw from their cattle.  Sometimes it is drunk with milk sometimes alone. Picture shows - The blood is drawn into a gourd.

 Item — Photograph 4: Series Series 3
Identifier: Photograph 4
Scope and Contents [Title supplied by captions document]. ; PUBLIC RELATIONS DEPARTMENT ; TANGANYIKA OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPH ; No. T.P. 4868/211-C ; Not to be published without written permission ; TA-4--Verso
Dates: ca. 1935-1977

The Masai people live to a great extent on the blood they draw from their cattle.  Sometimes it is drunk with milk sometimes alone.  Picture shows - The wound is sealed with dry dung and then the animal moves away with apparent no ill-effects.

 Item — Photograph 2: Series Series 3
Identifier: Photograph 2
Scope and Contents [Title supplied by captions document.] ; PUBLIC RELATIONS DEPARTMENT ; TANGANYIKA OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPH ; No. T.P. 4870/211-C ; Not to be published without written permission ; 2 ; TA-2--Verso
Dates: ca. 1935-1977