|If it's an equestrian costume it must be a coursing hound.|
But I can't tell which breed.
|That looks like a Doberman, but Mr. Doberman didn't develop|
his breed until later. It could be an old fashioned
Great Dane (they were much smaller then.)
|The sporting man, or at least a male model who |
looks like one, with Foxhounds.
|From killing rats to killing looks, the Rat Terrier made a|
fashion statement well into the 1930s.
|The Greyhound, always a good fashion statement.|
|A Greyhound again, looking increasingly stylized.|
|Could it be the family dog? Probably. The idea of a single family dwelling in the suburbs, |
fenced garden and family dog was a new one in 1909. So were "roomy
patch pockets; very swagger looking."