[Photo Album]: Vintage Photo Book Documenting the Lives of Two Airedale Terriers. No Author.
[Photo Album]: Vintage Photo Book Documenting the Lives of Two Airedale Terriers
[Photo Album]: Vintage Photo Book Documenting the Lives of Two Airedale Terriers
[Photo Album]: Vintage Photo Book Documenting the Lives of Two Airedale Terriers
[Photo Album]: Vintage Photo Book Documenting the Lives of Two Airedale Terriers
[Photo Album]: Vintage Photo Book Documenting the Lives of Two Airedale Terriers
[Photo Album]: Vintage Photo Book Documenting the Lives of Two Airedale Terriers
[Photo Album]: Vintage Photo Book Documenting the Lives of Two Airedale Terriers
[Photo Album]: Vintage Photo Book Documenting the Lives of Two Airedale Terriers
[Photo Album]: Vintage Photo Book Documenting the Lives of Two Airedale Terriers
[Photo Album]: Vintage Photo Book Documenting the Lives of Two Airedale Terriers
[Photo Album]: Vintage Photo Book Documenting the Lives of Two Airedale Terriers

[Photo Album]: Vintage Photo Book Documenting the Lives of Two Airedale Terriers

[Washington]: [no publisher].

[1974-1985]. 88 pp. Ring-bound self-adhesive photo album measuring 11.5" x 11, containing approximately 280 vernacular snapshot photographs and several other pieces of related ephemera. Images date from 1974 to 1985, and are often annotated with captions. Very Good with some general wear. The adhesive is dried on several pages and several photographs are loose in their sleeves. Bottom ring of binder does not close.

The album chronicles the lives of a pair of Airedale Terriers named Phinney and Monet Yakima, or "Mo" for short, from the day the family got them to the end of their lives. The two lived in the Pacific Northwest, and had quite a full and eventful lives, with trips to the beach, playing in snow and ice-storms, getting haircuts, playing with balloons, celebrating Christmas, sliding down playground slides, vacations and more. Phinney and Mo had a litter of puppies together on September 24, 1978, with captions reading "Let's raise a family - Phinney has 14 pups," while on the following page "Proud papa Mo oversees." In a trip to Arizona, Phinney poses next to donkeys, and the caption of an image of a large snake reads "Diamondback Rattle Snake - Phinn almost layed down on." The album unfortunately concludes with sympathy cards that the owners received for the death of Mo and Phinney, some of which are adhered to black ring-bound paper sheets added at the end.

A lovingly assembled chronicle of the lives of two Airedale terriers. Item #140938659

Price: $450.00

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