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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.”

Al-Mashoor

Al-Mashoor

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

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.

Azja IV at Walter Ross farm, 1945

Azja IV at Walter Ross farm, 1945

This photo was taken 11/6/1945  at the Walter Ross Arabian farm near Kansas City. The mare was ridden by the Ross trainer, Harry Thomas. It was to be used in an article by Margaret Bechtel for Kansas City AP about the Ross farm in Missouri. There are few photos of *Azja IV, who was famed for her son Azraff, by *Raffles.

Enzahi RAS

The stallion Enzahi at the Royal Agricultural Society, Egypt. A 1935 grey stallion by the desert bred stallion Nabras out of Fardous (Kazmeen x Bint Obeya). Photo taken by Dr. Robert Buchanan in 1946.

Faras

Faras

The original photographs are in an old photo album, that once belonged to Mr. A.D. Bolhuis, an Arab horse breeder active in the Netherlands before and just after WW2. His widow gave the album in 1984 to the then secretary of the Dutch Arab Horse Society. The album is now owned by his widow, Mrs. C. van der Velden.

The photographs may have been taken by the then Dutch consul in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, Dr. Adriaanse, who was an Arab horse devotee, but that is just a guess. In the album the horses appeared only under their strain names, not their actual names. What I think is clear from the photographs, is that they were taken in Saudi Arabia, possibly just before the transport from Jeddah to the United Kingdom. — Kees Mol

Grey Owl

Grey Owl

Grey Owl, being painted by Lionel Edwards, commissioned by Miss Gladys Yule. The setting is along the River Ver. This picture appeared on the cover of the Spring 1960 issue of The Arab Horse Society News. Image courtesy of Carolyn Hasbrook.

Homer Davenport

Homer Davenport

Formal photographic portrait of Homer Davenport

Islam, aged 27

Islam, aged 27

Photo dated 1966. Islam, 1939 bay stallion by Gulastra x Nafud, bred by J.M. Dickinson at Travelers Rest, purchased as a foal and owned by John H and Marilyn H Payne.

Kasim

Kasim

The original photographs are in an old photo album, that once belonged to Mr. A.D. Bolhuis, an Arab horse breeder active in the Netherlands before and just after WW2. His widow gave the album in 1984 to the then secretary of the Dutch Arab Horse Society. The album is now owned by his widow, Mrs. C. van der Velden.

The photographs may have been taken by the then Dutch consul in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, Dr. Adriaanse, who was an Arab horse devotee, but that is just a guess. In the album the horses appeared only under their strain names, not their actual names. What I think is clear from the photographs, is that they were taken in Saudi Arabia, possibly just before the transport from Jeddah to the United Kingdom. — Kees Mol

Kasim

Kasim

The original photographs are in an old photo album, that once belonged to Mr. A.D. Bolhuis, an Arab horse breeder active in the Netherlands before and just after WW2. His widow gave the album in 1984 to the then secretary of the Dutch Arab Horse Society. The album is now owned by his widow, Mrs. C. van der Velden.

The photographs may have been taken by the then Dutch consul in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, Dr. Adriaanse, who was an Arab horse devotee, but that is just a guess. In the album the horses appeared only under their strain names, not their actual names. What I think is clear from the photographs, is that they were taken in Saudi Arabia, possibly just before the transport from Jeddah to the United Kingdom. — Kees Mol

Kasztelanka in Cuba

Kasztelanka in Cuba

This photo of the Polish mare Kasztelanka in Cuba was purchased on eBay. The back of the image has her name, typed, and Janow Padlowski, and a stamp dated May 25, 1949.

Mannaky Jr (believed to be) with Said Abdallah riding

Mannaky Jr (believed to be) with Said Abdallah riding

Unidentified photo given by Davenport family member Nancy Rose to Craver Farms. Process of elimination indicates that Mannaky Jr #292 (1895–1907 chestnut stallion) is the horse in the photo. He was by *Mannaky #294 out of *Galfia #255, both imported by the Hamidie Society in 1893.

Rancho San Ignacio

Rancho San Ignacio

Handmade photographic panorama of Rancho San Ignacio

RAS head Mamdouhah

RAS head Mamdouhah

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.

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