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Description Statue created by Joseph Whitehead, erected in 1906 in the Latchmere Recreation Ground in Battersea, London, in memory of the Brown Dog. The statue stood there from 1906 until 1910, when it was removed and assumed destroyed.
Date First published in 1906. The National Anti-Vivisection Society published it as a postcard that year. Several newspapers also published it.
Source The photograph was taken by or on behalf of the National Anti-Vivisection Society in 1906. Our source is Encyclopaedia Britannica, Advocacy for Animals, 10 January 2010.
Author Unknown photographer for the National Anti-Vivisection Society

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