(“Canine in Costume” by Stan Payne, December 23, 1951. Courtesy of Special Collections, Pikes Peak Library District. Image Number: 004-9619.)

Caption under photo “Canine in Costume – Mrs. Loise Whittenberg of 302 East Brookside, is pictured with her Kerry Blue terrier, Katleen, all dressed up for the costume party for dogs given by Mrs. George Mills and Ray Nordstrom Wednesday evening at the Dog Training Center.” Appeared in Gazette Telegraph, Sunday, December 23, 1951. Society Section, page 4.

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