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Ten (10) pieces of ephemera related to Tennessee horse breeding and agriculture, late 19th century. 1st item: 1894 Stud Horse broadside for Dexter of J.R. Hayes' stable, "2 miles east of Temperence Hall", with names of approximately 40 citizens certifying that "Dexter is a good breeder and sure foal getter." 14" H x 10" W framed. Also included are a 4 page pamphlet with printed list titled Cows with lineage and breeder information, an 1899 pamplet on Dishorning published by the Mississippi Agricultural Experiment Station, a 1911 postcard showing a team of horses outside what appears to be a mine, and six (6) 19th century Livestock newspapers: Southern Livestock Journal, Statesville MS July 23 and July 2, 1885; Farm and Home, Springfield Mass. 1884; The Southern Cultivator and Dixie Farmer, 1884; The Ohio Farmer, Cleveland OH 1880; and the Rural Record, Chattanooga, TN 1885. CONDITION: Broadside in good condition with toning. Newspapers have wear, toning, and edge losses. Pamphlets toned and fragile.