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Caberfae Hereford Auction. Thursday, Oct. 11, 1923 At 12:15 Noon (C.T.). Union Stock Yards, Chicago, Illinois T.F.B. Sotham, Sale Manager, St. Clair, Michigan

Caberfae Hereford Auction. Thursday, Oct. 11, 1923 At 12:15 Noon (C.T.). Union Stock Yards, Chicago, Illinois

T.F.B. Sotham, Sale Manager, St. Clair, Michigan

Publication: Riverside Printing Company, 1923, Port Huron

First edition. 7 1/2" x 5" in pictorial wrappers. 80 pp. Illustrations. Index. The Caberfae Herefords at auction are the property of Irna Nelson Morris of Chicago, Illinois. "The Caberfae Hereford herd was established upon wild cutover timber or rather brush land in Wexford County, Michigan, near Boon. Selections were made for thrift and hardiness from the Fairfax, Anxiety, Disturber, Corrector, Columbus and other noted bloods, to represent the best individuals of the breed and the best herd of America and England." Pamphlet offers information about 160 lots offered at auction. A listing of terms and conditions; information about the herd for auction and why now is the time to buy; black and white photos of various bulls to include Beau Mischief, Repeater, Perfection Fairfax, Paragon, Beau Picture, Anxiety, Disturber, etc.; photographs/illustrations of and information about some of Sotham's prize stock. Also includes addressed envelop to S. Ormduff of Troy, Iowa. Envelop chipped and worn. Pamphlet with a bit of chewing to bottom edge.

Inventory Number: 41935

$150.00