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Date: 1943 ca.
Description: Male angora rabbit, with the words, "Der Rammler".
Description: Three angora rabbits.
Description: Three angora rabbits sitting in their wood hutches.
Description: Two animal keepers caring for angora rabbit on examination table and medical instruments. Text on the page says, "Tierpflege".
Description: Man working with vats for preparation of angora rabbit food.
Description: Angora rabbits in fenced area outdoors, with the words, "Tiere im Auslauf".
Description: This page documents the development of the angora rabbit for the years of 1941, along with the number of "6500"; 1942, along with the number "13000"; and 1...
Description: Men constructing angora rabbit hutches. There is also a finished row of hutches.
Description: Women are shown sorting and storing angora wool. Bags of wool are shown stacked in a room. Text on page says, "Sortieren - und Lagern".
Description: Young angora rabbits at the ages of 2, 4, 6, and 9 days old. Text on page says, "2 Tage alt", "4 Tage alt," "6 Tage alt," and "9 Tage alt."
Description: Woman shearing angora rabbit on table. Shows the rabbit in various stages of being shaved.
Description: Angora rabbits in fenced area outdoors, with buildings in the background.
Description: Medical instruments and medicine used for the care of angora rabbits.
Description: Young angora rabbits, captioned "Jungtiere".
Description: Female angora rabbit, with the words, "Die Häsin".
Description: Four angora rabbits eating in a wood hutch, with the words, "Tiere im Stall".
Description: A design for the unbuilt "Lawson Battler," which Alfred Lawson conceived as an armored fighter plane armed with six machine guns.
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