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Glendale (dog, liver/white, w: May 15, 1883, AKC 16938)

""16938 Glendale" -- Geo. Zeitler, Springfield, Ohio. Breeder, Richard Morrison, Dayton, Ohio. Whelped May 15, 1883; liver, white and ticked; by "Bodine (2852)", out of "Lady", by "Mac", out of "Lass", by "Sleaford", out of "Dawn"; "Mac", by "Brush", out of "Bell"." -- AKC Studbook, 1890, Vol.VII

"Among the bitches bred to "Mac" was one called "Linn" ("Duke" x "Kentucky Fan"), owned by the Messrs. Sander. ... "Mac" was also the sire of "Lady", the dam of "Glendale", the sire of "Champion Duke of Vernon" and "Stanley", both remarkably good pointers afield and winners on the bench. "Lady's" dam was "Lass", who was by "Sleaford" out of "Dawn", which combination blends a great preponderance of native blood; "Dawn" being by "Champion Bow" out of "Queen", a lemon and white native bitch by "Pat" ("Tom" x "Nellie") out of "Nellie" ("Mingo" x "Beauty")." -- Hochwalt, 1911

"In the middle states, principally in southern Ohio, where pointers were bred from time immemorial, the dog "Harris' Mac" was very well thought of. He was whelped in 1874, was solid lemon in color, and decidedly one of the old, heavy-flewed kind. ... Bred to "Seitner's Lass" (by imported "Sleaford" out of "Dawn") "Mac" became the sire of "Lady" which produced "Glendale" when mated to "Bodine". "Glendale" was the sire of "Champion Duke of Vernon" and "Stanley". Once more we have evidencd that this so-called native stock was pure and when mated with the later importations, bred on in a very satisfactory manner." -- Hochwalt, 1923, The Modern Pointer


(w: 1879)
Stoddard's Lady Harris Mac
(w: 1874)
(solid liver)

(a Pape black ???)

Captain Hall's Belle
Seitner's Lass
(w: 1880)

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