'A catalogue of the principal herds of Booth cattle as they are supposed to exist in 1878-1879, with subsequent produces and sales added', 612 pages of pasted in typescript entries and manuscript notes. There is an index at the end of the volume. It is accompanied by a set of pedigree charts for different tribes of cattle.
J.W. Cruickshank: Catalogue of the principal herds of Booth cattle
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J.W. Cruickshank was the nephew and business manager of Amos Cruickshank (1808-1895), of Sittyton, Aberdeenshire, breeder of Scottish Shorthorns. Amos worked in partnership with his brother, Anthony, who kept his records and organised the advertising of his herds.
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Transferred from the Department of Applied Biology, Cambridge, 1975.
Description compiled by Robert Steiner, Department of Manuscripts and University Archives.
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