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December 1, 2022

December 1, 1922 – “I love them all – their father saved my life,” rejoiced Mrs. A. W. Thomas, widely known Alaska sportswoman, as she surveyed a family of eight spitz puppies in the basement of the Savoy Hotel yesterday. When Mrs. Thomas, the wife of an Alaskan canneryman, arrived in Seattle from Kodiak two days ago and brought with her Lady Queen, a pedigreed Spitz. Lady Queen celebrated her arrival here by bringing into the world a litter of eight pups. “Their father is Carlo, one of the best hunting dogs in Alaska,” explained Mrs. Thomas as she surveyed the brood. “I owe m...

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