P is for Partying Dogs

It appears, that in the early years of the 20th century, the only parties  dogs were  invited to  were afternoon tea or garden parties.

Celebrating Rover’s Recovery
c1906
 International Stereograph Co.
 Library of Congress
Mrs. Coolidge at Garden Party
June 3, 1926
National Photo Company Collection
Library of Congress
Tea Party in the Garden
1900-1910
Photograph by Hector Munro
Tarong Station Photograph Albums
Courtesy State Library of Queensland

In Kensington Gardens, London, England
c1901 by  B.L. Singley
Library of Congress

Source of Photographs:

Celebrating Rover’s Recovery, Library of Congress Prints & Photographs Division, Stereograph Cards, LC-USZ62-107543. No known restrictions on publication.

Mrs. Coolidge at Garden Party, Library of Congress Prints & Photographs Division, National Photo Company Collection, LC-DIG-npcc-15926. No known restrictions on publication.

Tea Party in the Garden, GS-23, Tarong Station Photograph Albums, John Oxley Library, State Library of Queensland, Australia. Copyright expired.

In Kensington Gardens, London, England, Library of Congress Prints & Photographs Division, Stereograph Cards, LC-USZ62-61676. No known restrictions on publication.

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