Norman Kellar Papers, 1916-1953

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Quantity: 2 boxes (1.5 cubic ft.)
Access: Open to research
Acquisition: Transfer; New York State Museum, 2010
Processed By: Matthew Laudicina, Senior Librarian, Manuscripts and Special Collections, July 2018

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Biographical Note

Norman Kellar (1914-2012) grew up on a farm in Ellenville, Ulster County, New York, where he would ride a pony to the one-room schoolhouse. After graduating from Ellenville High School in 1932, he enrolled at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and then transferred to and graduated from Fordham Law School in 1938. After earning his law degree, Mr. Kellar initially pursued a career as a farmer, having decided that farming would be the safer career path than that of a lawyer during the economic hardships of the Great Depression. He eventually returned to law in the early 1950s, working simultaneously as a lawyer and a farmer. In 1955 Kellar opened his own law firm in Kingston, Ulster County, New York, under the name of Kellar, Kellar, and Jaiven.

In 1944, Norman and his wife, Tullia, purchased the 88-acre Bontecou Farm in New Paltz, Ulster County, New York, where they raised Holsteins, chickens, and field crops. The Kellars lived on the farm for the rest of their lives.

Norman, a dedicated, life-long farmer, horticulturist, and lawyer, grew unique trees and ornate shrubs, made his own chutneys and jams from the farm’s orchard and vegetable garden well into the twenty-first century, and marked his 98th birthday by conducting research on the New York State constitution for a client. Norman Kellar passed away on June 26, 2012.

Scope and Content Note:

The collection consists primarily of papers created and collected by Norman Kellar in connection with his life as a dairy farmer in Ulster County, New York, during the 1940s and 1950s. There are dozens of informational pamphlets, brochures, and instructional and technical manuals related to dairy farming, many of which were published in the 1920s, 1930s, and 1940s. Topics range from breeding techniques for cattle to the treatment and prevention of various bovine diseases to the economics of milk and dairy production.

The papers also detail the milk production of individual cows along with the amount of feed consumed and the cost of feed; the business of registry; the buying and selling of livestock; and the prices of milk.

Also included are papers related to Mr. Kellar’s involvement in dairy farmer co-operatives: correspondence between Mr. Kellar and members of the milk and dairy industry, such as the president of the Dairymen’s League Cooperative Association, (the precursor to the Dairylea Cooperative), and letters sent to farmers who were interested in purchasing cows from Mr. Kellar.

Another component of this collection is the notes and ledgers Mr. Kellar kept during his peak years as a farmer (1938-1953). These notes and ledgers track many aspects of his farm, such as the amount of milk produced by specific cows during various times, profits and expenses generated by his farm, and purchase receipts for farm supplies and equipment.

Also included in this collection are certificates and awards Mr. Kellar and his cows received, such as the Holstein-Friesian Association of America award for cows that had produced at least 100,000 pounds of milk (the “One Hundred Thousand Pound Club”), and the “Herd Improvement Registry,” which was awarded annually between 1944 and 1951.

Box and Folder List:

Box Folder Description
1 1 Bulletins on a variety of dairy-farming topics (16 items), including:
  1. Miscellaneous booklets/bulletins on topics relating to dairy farming, most published by Cornell University.
  2. Ross, H.A. The Demand Side of the New York Milk Market. (Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Station, July 1927. Bulletin 459).
  3. Ross, H.A. The Supply Side of the New York Milk Market. (Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Station, September 1931. Bulletin 527).
  4. Udall, D.H. and S.D. Johnson. The Diagnosis and Control of Mastitis. (Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Station, December 1933. Bulletin 579).
  5. Varney, H.R. Transportation of Milk and Cream to the New York Market. (Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Station, August 1936. Bulletin 655).
  6. Cunningham, L.C. Dairy-Farm Management. (Ithaca, N.Y.: New York State College of Agriculture at Cornell University, January 1937. Bulletin 364).
  7. Misner, E.G. Economic Studies of Dairy Farming in New York. (Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Station, May 1938. Bulletin 696).
  8. Blanford, Charles. The Milk Supply for the New York Market. (Ithaca, N.Y.: New York State College of Agriculture at Cornell University, October 1938. Bulletin 396).
  9. Wright, K.T. and A.C. Baltzer. Profitable Dairy Management. (East Lansing, Mich.: Michigan State College Agricultural Experiment Station, April 1939. Special Bulletin 297).
  10. Newman, P.F. Profitable Dairy Management. (Cayuga, N.Y.: The Beacon Milling Co. Inc., 1941).
  11. Bradt, C.G. and W.J. Gibbons. Health and Hygiene in the Breeding of Dairy Cattle. (Ithaca, N.Y.: New York State College of Agriculture at Cornell University, March 1942. Bulletin 480).
  12. Cunningham, L.C. Cost of Raising Dairy Heifers in New York. (Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Station, March 1944. Bulletin 807).
  13. Cunningham, L.C. The Cost of Producing Milk 1942-1943. (Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Station, March 1945. Bulletin 818).
1 2 New York Milkshed Price Committee Report, n.d.
1 3 Department of Agricultural Economics Report, July 1945
1 4 Facts for Farmers Newsletter, 1948-1950 (13 items)
1 5 The Holstein-Friesian Association of America: 2 Postcards, 1945
1 6 Milk Marketing Forum Annual Meeting Notes, Elmira, New York, January 15, 1951
1 7 Dairy Breeding Bulletins and Reports, 1924-1948 (35 items), including:
  1. White, G.C. The Purebred Bull Puts Profits in Dairying. (Storrs, Conn.: Connecticut Agricultural College Extension Service, January 1924. Bulletin No. 68).
  2. Hopper, H.A. Selection and Use of the Dairy Cow. (Ithaca, N.Y.: New York State College of Agriculture at Cornell University, December 1927. Bulletin 163).
  3. Wintermeyer, W.E. Purebred Dairy Sires. (Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Agriculture, February 1928. Leaflet No. 16).
  4. Hopper, H.A. The Housing and Handling of Bulls. (Ithaca, N.Y.: New York State College of Agriculture at Cornell University, January 1929. Bulletin 177).
  5. Parker, J.B. Improving Dairy Herds. (Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Agriculture, July 1931. Leaflet No. 19).
  6. Woodward, T.E. The Production of Dairy Cows as Affected by Frequency and Regularity of Milking and Feeding. (Washington, D.C.: United States Department of Agriculture, September 1931. Circular No. 180).
  7. Swett, W.W. Milk Secretion Shown by Experiments to Be a Continuous Process. (Washington, D.C.: United States Government Printing Office, 1931. Reprint of pages 384-388 from the United States Department of Agriculture Yearbook. Separate No. 1247).
  8. Bartlett, J.W., K.O. Pfau, and H.H. Tucker. The Inheritance of High Butterfat Percentage in Holstein-Friesian Cattle: An Analysis of the Progeny Performance of Sires Mated to 4 Per Cent Dams. (New Brunswick, N.J.: New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station, June 1934. Bulletin 572).
  9. Dahlberg, A.C. Proved Sires and Partially Proved Dams in Breeding Dairy Cattle for Reproduction. (Geneva, N.Y.: Published by The Station Under Authority of Cornell University, July 1934. Bulletin No. 645).
  10. Kempton, J.H. Heredity Under the Microscope. (Washington, D.C.: United States Government Printing Office, 1937. Reprint of pages 165-182 from the United States Department of Agriculture Yearbook. Separate No. 1569).
  11. Perry, E.J. Ups and Downs in Dairy Herd Development: A Survey of Some New Jersey Herds. (New Brunswick, N.J.: New Jersey State College of Agriculture and Agricultural Experiment Station, Rutgers University, January 1937. Extension Bulletin 194).
  12. Fohrman, M.H. and R.R. Graves. Experiments in Breeding Holstein-Friesian Cattle for Milk and Butterfat-Producing Ability, and an Analysis of the Foundation Cows and of the First Outbred Generation. (Washington, D.C.: United States Department of Agriculture, April 1939. Technical Bulletin No. 677).
  13. Perry, E.J. and J.W. Bartlett. Artificial Insemination of Dairy Cows. (New Brunswick, N.J.: New Jersey State College of Agriculture and Agricultural Experiment Station, April 1939. Extension Bulletin 200).
  14. Bartlett, J.W., R.P. Reece, and J.P. Mixner. Inbreeding and Outbreeding Holstein-Friesian Cattle in an Attempt to Establish Genetic Factors for High Milk Production and High Fat Test. (New Brunswick, N.J.: New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station, August 1939. Bulletin 667).
  15. Shepherd, Joseph B. and H.T. Converse. Practical Feeding and Nutritional Requirements of Young Dairy Stock. (Washington D.C.: United States Government Printing Office, 1940. Reprint of pages 597-638 from Yearbook of Agriculture, 1939).
  16. McPhee, Hugh C. The Relation of Genetics to Disease. (Washington D.C.: United States Government Printing Office, 1942. Reprint of pages 167-174 from Keeping Livestock Healthy, Yearbook of Agriculture, 1942 Yearbook. Separate No. 1874).
  17. Hall, S.R. and J.F. Sykes. Hormones in Reproduction. (Washington D.C.: United States Government Printing Office, 1940. Reprint of pages 123-132 from Yearbook of Agriculture, 1943-47).
  18. Graves, R.R. and J.R. Dawson. Relative Milk Production of Cows in Pen Barns and Stanchion Barns. (Washington, D.C.: United States Department of Agriculture, November 1947. Circular No. 763).
1 8 Artificial Breeding Technicians Training Course - Notes, 1944
1 9 Farm Management Bulletins and Instructions, 1933-1950 (13 items), including:
  1. Ross, H.E. and Helmuth Winther. A Study of the Effect of Removing Foremilk on the Fat Content of the Remainder of the Milking. (Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Station, November 1934. Bulletin 589).
  2. Guthrie, E.S. Making Storage Butter for Home Use. (Ithaca, N.Y.: New York State College of Agriculture at Cornell University, February 1943. Bulletin 531).
  3. Norton, C.L. and H.D. Eaton. Dry Calf Starters for Dairy Calves. (Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Station, December 1946. Bulletin 835).
  4. Velasquez, Jose Q. Manual Holstein (Brattleboro, Vt.: Asociacion Americana de Holstein Friesian, 1947).
  5. Kendrick, J.F. The Dairy-Herd-Improvement Association Program. (Washington, D.C.: United States Department of Agriculture, October 1948. Farmers’ Bulletin No. 1974).
1 10 Agricultural Extension Service Bulletin, 1917-1946 (32 items), including:
  1. Brew, James D. and W.D. Dotterrer. How Bacteria in Milk Are Counted. (Geneva, N.Y.: The New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, November 1917. Bulletin No. 439).
  2. Moore, Veranus A. The Problem of Tuberculosis in Cattle. (Ithaca, N.Y.: New York State College of Agriculture at Cornell University, June 1919. Lesson 146).
  3. Metzger, H.J. Reducing Losses from Bang Abortion Disease. (Ithaca, N.Y.: New York State College of Agriculture at Cornell University, June 1929. Bulletin 182).
  4. Hallman, E.T. and E.L. Anthony. Undulant Fever in Man and Abortion Disease in Cattle: Some Facts That the Consumer and Producer of Milk and the Breeder of Cattle Should Know. (East Lansing, Mich.: Michigan State College of Agricultural and Applied Sciences, Animal Pathology and Dairy Sections, December 1929. Circular Bulletin No. 128).
  5. Hucker, G.J., Ferdinand Trudell, and William S. Jennings. Mastitis: The Incidence and Detection of Sub-Clinical Streptococcus Mastitis. (Geneva, N.Y.: Published by The Station Under Authority of Cornell University, August 1932. Technical Bulletin No. 199).
  6. Perry, E.J. Mastitis. (New Brunswick, N.J.: New Jersey State College of Agriculture and Agricultural Experiment Station, Rutgers University, January 1933. Extension Bulletin 100).
  7. Birch, R.R. and H.L. Gilman. Bang’s Disease of Cattle. (Ithaca, N.Y.: New York State College of Agriculture at Cornell University, June 1935. Bulletin 326). (2 copies)
  8. Hucker, G.J. and P. Arne Hansen. Chronic Mastitis. (Geneva, N.Y.: The New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, February 1936. Circular No. 147).
  9. Bryan, C.S. Mastitis. (East Lansing, M.I.: Michigan State College of Agricultural and Applied Sciences, July 1936. Extension Bulletin No. 165).
  10. Killham, B.J. Bang’s Disease (Infectious Abortion). (East Lansing, Mich.: Michigan State College of Agricultural and Applied Sciences, Section of Animal Pathology, August 1936. Extension Bulletin No. 110 (Revised)).
  11. Breed, Robert S. and James D. Brew. Counting Bacteria by Means of the Microscope. (Geneva, N.Y.: The New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, September 1937. Circular No. 58).
  12. Bradt, C.G., H.L. Gilman and S.D. Johnson. Keep Dairy Herds Healthy: Rules to Follow in Preventing Herds from Becoming Diseased. (Ithaca, N.Y.: New York State College of Agriculture at Cornell University, December 1939. Bulletin 424).
  13. Bradt, C.G. and W.J. Gibbons. Health and Hygiene in the Breeding of Dairy Cattle. (Ithaca, N.Y.: New York State College of Agriculture at Cornell University, March 1942. Bulletin 480).
  14. Killham, B.J. Things to Remember About Bang’s Disease. (East Lansing, Mich.: Michigan State College Extension Division, October 1942. Extension Folder F-34).
  15. Parks, T.H. Cattle Grubs and Their Control. (Columbus, Ohio.: Agricultural Extension Service. The Ohio State University, January 1943. Bulletin 229).
  16. Bradt, C.G. and S.D. Johnson. Healthy Udders for Dairy Herds. (Ithaca, N.Y.: New York State College of Agriculture at Cornell University, March 1943. Bulletin 577).
  17. Little, Ralph B., Newer Aspects of Mastitis Control. (Princeton, N.J.: The Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research, November 1943).
  18. Pope, George W. The Disinfection of Stables. (Washington, D.C.: United States Department of Agriculture, February 1943. Farmers’ Bulletin No. 954).
  19. Swett, W.W., R.R. Graves, C.A. Matthews, and J. Frank Cone. A Study of the Effectiveness of Sulfonamide Preparations in the Elimination of Bovine Mastitis. (Washington, D.C.: United States Department of Agriculture, December 1944. Technical Bulletin No. 884).
1 11 Dairy Economics - Cornell University Bulletin, and Holstein-Friesian World Reports, 1928-1941 (12 items), including:
  1. Perregaux, E.A. An Economic Study of Retail Feed Stores in New York State. (Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Station, November 1928. Bulletin 471).
  2. Cunningham, L.C. Seasonal Costs and Returns in Producing Milk in Orange County, New York. (Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Station, January 1936. Bulletin 641).
  3. Blanford, Charles. An Economic Study of the Costs of Selling and Delivering Milk in the New York Market. (Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Station, March 1938. Bulletin 686).
  4. Parsons, Merton S. Effect of Changes in Milk and Feed Prices and in Other Factors Upon Milk Production in New York. (Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Station, March 1938. Bulletin 688).
  5. Staff, Charles. Interpretation of Milk Production Records by Use of Standard Graphs. (Detroit, Mich.: Larrowe Milling Company, 1939).
  6. Misner, E.G. Relation of Size of Cow to Production and Cost of Production of Milk on 94 Grade A Farms in the Tully-Homer Area. (Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Station, June 1939. Bulletin 719).
  7. Cunningham, L.C. Factors Affecting Costs and Returns in Producing Milk. (Ithaca, N.Y.: New York State College of Agriculture at Cornell University, October 1934 (Reprinted February 1940). Bulletin 307).
1 12 Dairy - Miscellaneous Documents, 1916-1950 (54 items), including:
  1. Huddelson, I.F. The Transmission of Bacterium Abortus (Bang) to New Born Calves Through the Ingestion of Milk. (East Lansing, Mich.: Michigan Agricultural College Experiment Station, October 1916. Technical Bulletin No. 32).
  2. Baker, J.C. and L.L. Van Slyke. A Method for the Preliminary Detection of Abnormal Milks. (Geneva, N.Y.: New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, June 1919. Technical Bulletin No. 71).
  3. Baker, J.C. and L.L. Van Slyke. The Determination of the Keeping Quality of Milk. (Geneva, N.Y.: New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, June 1919. Technical Bulletin No. 72).
  4. Guthrie, E.S. Making Butter on the Farm. (Ithaca, N.Y.: New York State College of Agriculture at Cornell University, June 1923. Lesson 163).
  5. Ellis, B.W. Factors Influencing Fat Tests of Milk. (Storrs, Conn.: Connecticut Agricultural College Extension Service, May 1924. Bulletin No. 74).
  6. Ross, H.E. and E.S. Guthrie. Practical Examples in Dairy Arithmetic. (Ithaca, N.Y.: New York State College of Agriculture at Cornell University, October 1925. Bulletin 129).
  7. Amadon, R.S. The Ox Stomach: Some Facts Which Cattle Owners Should Know. (Fargo, N.D.: North Dakota Agricultural College Agricultural Experiment Station. May 1926. Bulletin 196).
  8. Willman, John P. 4-H Dairy Club Handbook. (Ithaca, N.Y.: New York State College of Agriculture at Cornell University, September 1928. Bulletin 29).
  9. Black, W.H. and V.V. Parr. Dehorning, Castrating, Branding, and Marking Beef Cattle. (Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Agriculture, May 1929. Farmers’ Bulletin No. 1600).
  10. McDowell, J.C. Within the Breed the Big Dairy Cows Excel. (Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Agriculture, March 1930. Circular No. 114).
  11. Shepard, J.B. Raising the Dairy Heifer. (Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Agriculture, October 1930. Leaflet Number 14).
  12. Dahlberg, A.C. and J.C. Marquardt. How the Cream Layer Forms on Milk. (Geneva, N.Y.: New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, February 1931. Bulletin No. 591).
  13. Dahlberg, A.C. and J.C. Marquardt. The Creaming of Raw Milk. (Geneva, N.Y.: New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, March 1931. Bulletin No. 593).
  14. Woodward, T.E. The Production of Dairy Cows as Affected by Frequency and Regularity of Milking and Feeding. (Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Agriculture, September 1931. Circular No. 180).
  15. Ross, H.E. and Helmuth Winther. A Study of the Effect of Removing Foremilk on the Fat Content of the Remainder of the Milking. (Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Station, March 1934. Bulletin 589).
  16. Dahlberg, A.C. The Influence of Machine Milking Upon Milk Production. (Geneva, N.Y.: New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, July 1935. Bulletin No. 654).
  17. The Flavor of Milk. (Geneva, N.Y.: New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, August 1936. Circular No. 167).
  18. Breed, Robert S. Clean and Cold Milk. (Geneva, N.Y.: New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, September 1937. Circular No. 93).
  19. Taylor, George E. and W.D. Burrington. Fitting and Showing Dairy Cattle and Major Cattle Breeds. (East Lansing, Mich.: Michigan State College Agricultural Experiment Station, March 1938. Circular Bulletin No. 147).
  20. Dawson, J.R. Care and Management of Dairy Bulls. (Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Agriculture, June 1938. Farmers’ Bulletin No. 1412).
  21. Swett, W.W. and R.R. Graves. Relation Between Conformation and Anatomy of Cows of Unknown Producing Ability. (Washington, D.C.: Reprinted from Journal of Agricultural Research 58, no.3 (February 1939): 199-235).
  22. Wright, K.T. and A.C. Baltzer. Profitable Dairy Management. (East Lansing, Mich.: Michigan State College Agricultural Experiment Station, April 1939. Special Bulletin 297).
  23. Winkjer, Joel G. Cooperative Dairy Bull Associations. (Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Agriculture, October 1939. Farmers’ Bulletin No. 1830).
  24. Swett, W.W., C.A. Matthews, and R.R. Graves. Early Recognition of the Freemartin Condition in Heifers Twinborn with Bulls. (Washington, D.C.: Reprinted from Journal of Agricultural Research 61, no.8 (1940): 587-624).
  25. Swett, W.W. and R.R. Graves. Judging Dairy Cattle on the Basis of Type and Records of Production. (Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Agriculture, January 1941. Miscellaneous Publication No. 409).
  26. Matthews, C.A., W.W. Swett, and R.R. Graves. Milk Yields and Milking Rates of the Individual Quarters of the Dairy Cow Udder. (Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Agriculture, October 1941. Technical Bulletin No. 827).
  27. Misner, E.G. Measurements and Weights of One Hundred Cows in the Cornell Dairy Herd. (Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Station, November 1941. Bulletin 771).
  28. Jensen Einar, John W. Klein, Emil Rauchenstein, T.E. Woodward, and Ray H. Smith. Input-Output Relationships in Milk Production. (Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Agriculture, May 1942. Technical Bulletin No. 815).
  29. Nystrom, A.B. Dairy Cattle Judging. (Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Agriculture, August 1942. Farmers’ Bulletin No. 1769).
  30. Dahlberg, A.C. Increased Milk Production by Improved Milking Machines. (Ithaca, N.Y.: New York State College of Agriculture at Cornell University, April 1943. Bulletin 606).
  31. Newman, P.F. Profitable Dairy Management: 25th Anniversary Edition. (Cayuga, N.Y.: The Beacon Milling Co. Inc., 1947).
  32. The De Laval Handbook of Milking. (New York, N.Y.: The De Laval Separator Company).
1 13 Pedigrees for Cows, 1941-1949
1 14 Farmers Union Northern Division, 1944-1948 (15 items)
1 15 Pasteurization Process and Milk Prices, 1939-1953 (20 items)
1 16 Calfhood Vaccination Report, 1941-1952
1 17 Dairymen’s League Co-Operative Association, 1932-1941
1 18 The Herd Improvement Test Newsletter, December 1947
1 19 Canadian Cows, 1941-1945
1 20 Dairy Registration Forms and Certificates - Completed, 1935-1952
1 21 Herd Health and Breeding Record, 1942-1945
1 22 Photocopy of the Bontecou Farm Sale Prospectus, 1949
1 23 Photocopies of Photographs of Mr. Kellar’s Farm, n.d. (9 items)
1 24 Photographs (8 items) and Certificates, One Hundred Thousand Pound Club of The Holstein-Friesian Association of America, 1944-1953
1 25 Dairy Herd-Improvement Association Herd-Record Book, 1941-1946 (6 items)
1 26 Consumer-Farmer Milk Cooperative Inc., 1945-1947
1 27 Herd Registry Instructions and Applications, n.d. (11 items)
1 28 Bull Transfer Forms, 1942-1946 (4 items)
1 29 Bontecou Farm Cow Chart, n.d. (4 items)
1 30 Farm Inventory Notes, 1946-1947 (2 items)
1 31 Consumer-Farmer Milk Cooperative Inc. Board of Directors Meeting Minutes, 1948-1949 (10 items):
  1. January 28, 1948
  2. February 27, 1948
  3. September 12, 1948
  4. October 26, 1948
  5. January 25, 1949
  6. March 1, 1949
  7. April 25, 1949
  8. June 5, 1949
  9. September 20, 1949
  10. November 1, 1949
1 32 Backus Pedigree Co. Sales Receipts, 1945-1951
1 33 Correspondence Letters, 1941-1953
2   Dairy Herd Improvement Association Herd Record Book. 2 items:
  1. 1920-1951. 140(158)p.
  2. 1935-1953. 147(150)p.
Last Updated: September 17, 2019