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Abdul Hamid Photographic Collection

"This monumental collection portrays the Ottoman Empire during the reign of one of its last sultans, Abdul-Hamid II. The 1,819 photographs in 51 large-format albums date from about 1880 to 1893. They highlight the modernization of numerous aspects of the Ottoman Empire, featuring images of educational facilities and students; well-equipped army and navy personnel and facilities; technologically advanced lifesaving and fire fighting brigades; factories; mines; harbors; hospitals; and government buildings. Most of the places depicted are within the boundaries of modern-day Turkey, but buildings and sites in Iraq, Lebanon, Greece and other countries are also included.”

Abdul Hamid Photographic Collection

 “This monumental collection portrays the Ottoman Empire during the reign of one of its last sultans, Abdul-Hamid II. The 1,819 photographs in 51 large-format albums date from about 1880 to 1893. They highlight the modernization of numerous aspects of the Ottoman Empire, featuring images of educational facilities and students; well-equipped army and navy personnel and facilities; technologically advanced lifesaving and fire fighting brigades; factories; mines; harbors; hospitals; and government buildings. Most of the places depicted are within the boundaries of modern-day Turkey, but buildings and sites in Iraq, Lebanon, Greece and other countries are also included.”

Adham (TAH)

Adham (TAH)

Adham is Shuwayman Sabbah horse born in 1992 tracing back to the Shuwayma Sabbah mare of Mohammed Mejalli Al-Tahawi. His sire is a Kuheilan Al-Kharass horse. His dam’s sire is a Dahman Amer tracing back to Dahma of “Jarallah Ibn Twerish” from Eneza. His pedigree has the great horses “Barakat” and “Dahman Abdullah Saoud” on both dam’s and sire’s sides. Mohammed Mejalli is the breeder of Nasr (TAH) and from his stud came Malouma, exported to the US. ~ Yasser Ghanim al-Tahawy

Al-Mashoor

Al-Mashoor

1928 grey Hamdani-Simri stallion imported from Damascus, Syria to the USA in 1933 by Khalil A. Bistany

Albert Harris — Kemah Stud

Albert Harris — Kemah Stud

Written on the death of founder Albert Harris, the article is a description of his horse activities, including as president of the Arabian Horse Club of America. His endeavors with his horses were primarily in athletic contests, including endurance, and he wanted a stout, correct, athletic animal. Kemah Stud's primary location was Lake Geneva, Wisconsin.

Arab Mounted Bareback

Arab Mounted Bareback

Part of a series of 120 primarily glass slides taken by Joe Buchanan's father, Robert Earle Buchanan, a professor of Agriculture at Iowa State University, on trips to the Middle East in 1946 and 1949. In the Comar Arabians collection of Garth and Joe Buchanan. Now held by Carolyn and Dick Hasbrook, Twinbrook Arabians, Ames, Iowa.

Arabia Stallion. South of Al Kharj. King's

Arabia Stallion. South of Al Kharj. King's

Part of a series of 120 primarily glass slides taken by Joe Buchanan's father, Robert Earle Buchanan, a professor of Agriculture at Iowa State University, on trips to the Middle East in 1946 and 1949. In the Comar Arabians collection of Garth and Joe Buchanan. Now held by Carolyn and Dick Hasbrook, Twinbrook Arabians, Ames, Iowa.

Arabia, King's Horses south of Al Kharj

Arabia, King's Horses south of Al Kharj

Part of a series of 120 primarily glass slides taken by Joe Buchanan's father, Robert Earle Buchanan, a professor of Agriculture at Iowa State University, on trips to the Middle East in 1946 and 1949. In the Comar Arabians collection of Garth and Joe Buchanan. Now held by Carolyn and Dick Hasbrook, Twinbrook Arabians, Ames, Iowa.

Arabia, King's horses south of Al Kharj

Arabia, King's horses south of Al Kharj

Part of a series of 120 primarily glass slides taken by Joe Buchanan's father, Robert Earle Buchanan, a professor of Agriculture at Iowa State University, on trips to the Middle East in 1946 and 1949. In the Comar Arabians collection of Garth and Joe Buchanan. Now held by Carolyn and Dick Hasbrook, Twinbrook Arabians, Ames, Iowa.

Arabia, Mare and foal. King's south of Al Kharj

Arabia, Mare and foal. King's south of Al Kharj

Part of a series of 120 primarily glass slides taken by Joe Buchanan's father, Robert Earle Buchanan, a professor of Agriculture at Iowa State University, on trips to the Middle East in 1946 and 1949. In the Comar Arabians collection of Garth and Joe Buchanan. Now held by Carolyn and Dick Hasbrook, Twinbrook Arabians, Ames, Iowa.

Arabia. Horse tethered near Sudan Grass. King's south of Al Kharj

Arabia. Horse tethered near Sudan Grass. King's south of Al Kharj

Part of a series of 120 primarily glass slides taken by Joe Buchanan's father, Robert Earle Buchanan, a professor of Agriculture at Iowa State University, on trips to the Middle East in 1946 and 1949. In the Comar Arabians collection of Garth and Joe Buchanan. Now held by Carolyn and Dick Hasbrook, Twinbrook Arabians, Ames, Iowa.

Arabia. King's horses south of Al Kharj

Arabia. King's horses south of Al Kharj

Part of a series of 120 primarily glass slides taken by Joe Buchanan's father, Robert Earle Buchanan, a professor of Agriculture at Iowa State University, on trips to the Middle East in 1946 and 1949. In the Comar Arabians collection of Garth and Joe Buchanan. Now held by Carolyn and Dick Hasbrook, Twinbrook Arabians, Ames, Iowa.

Arabian, al Kharj, Arabia

Arabian, al Kharj, Arabia

Part of a series of 120 primarily glass slides taken by Joe Buchanan's father, Robert Earle Buchanan, a professor of Agriculture at Iowa State University, on trips to the Middle East in 1946 and 1949. In the Comar Arabians collection of Garth and Joe Buchanan. Now held by Carolyn and Dick Hasbrook, Twinbrook Arabians, Ames, Iowa.

Arabs and What They Can Do

Arabs and What They Can Do

Brochure written by Alice Bracker (Aldachar Arabians), illustrated by her son Charles Bracker, and signed by the author. Prepared for and published by the infant organization, International Arabian Horse Association. Copy given to Charles Craver by another son, David Bracker, at the time of presentation to Craver Farms of the skeletons of three Aldachar horses. The skulls have been placed, along with over 150 others in the Craver skull collection, with the Carnegie Museum of Natural History in Pittsburgh, PA, USA.

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