|Company||Friends of the Hunting Dog
|Certificate Type||Capital Stock
|Date Issued||November 15, 1920|
|Printer||Wm. F. Murphy's Sons Co. of Philadelphia
11 1/2" (w) by 8 1/4" (h)
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Located in Medford, New Jersey, Friends of the Hunting Dog is today known as the English Setter Club of America. Founded in 1919, the company was formed by the founders to retain the grounds for the club and for field trials.
Over the years, the club’s facilities as a public boarding kennel gained renown in many states. It was not uncommon during and after the second World War to receive cablegrams from overseas that dogs were being shipped to the United States to be in the care of the English Setter Club of America.
Distinguished members included brewing magnate Gustave Pabst.
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