In 1927, The Chow Chow Club of America National Specialty was most certainly a show that goes down in history as one of the clubs’ most well attended and extravagant events, due to the invitation of the first Chow specialist judge to be invited from England; esteemed breeder of the celebrated Mulfra Chows, Mr. William […]
Back when dog show news made the largest newspapers and National headlines (mostly pre WWII) Chow Specialties were many times first announced in one paper, then results reported the day following the grand event.
I have documented each of these shows I have unearthed using period newspaper clippings and vintage archive images.
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Below you will find 2 incredible articles from 1920. One is an indepth report of the first Chow Club of America’s National Specialty in 1920. Held in conjunction with the Westminster Kennel Club the show drew a total of 245 total entries(double and triple entering classes was very popular in the day) The other article […]
CH. WINDHOLMES WAN LUNG Sire Ch. Winsum Min T’sing Dam Windholme’s Amoy This gorgeous painting above by artist Gustav Muss Arnolt depicts the winner of this second Chow Club of America National Specialty. Besides being a rare win for a bitch in any era, her photo was no where to be found and on my […]