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Caption: "Summit N.J. Photo shows- Paul berlenbach building up his "wind" take a turn on the road with his dog 'Shorty', the Great Dane as pace maker, and his mentor Dan Hickey. Paul is training at Madame Bey's Summit, N.J., camp for his coming battle with Delaney".

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Caption: Summit, N.J. - Paul Berlenbach, light heavy-weight champion is training in Summit N.J. for his coming argument with jack Delaney. To develop his wind, The Astoria Assassin plays daily on his favorite instrument, the saxophone, on which he is no mean performer, while 'Shorty', his Great Dane mascot turns an attentive ear."

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Caption: "Summit N.J. - Photo Shows:- Paul Berlenbach sawing wood as part of his training for coming battle with Delaney. He is training at Madame Bey's Summit, N.J. camp."

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Caption: "Redbank, N.J. - At the Suneagle Golf Club, Redbank, a herd of sheep is used to crop the grass, thus saving the use of a mechanical mower. Seymour Dunn, the pro, who is also herdsman; with his _ Doris does a sword dance "A La Scotch", with golf clubs."

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7/3/1926
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Caption: "Redbank, N.J. - The Suneagle Golf Club of Redbank has a herd of sheep to mow their fairway and the herdsman, Seymour Dunn, in kilts, who is also the pro, when not herding, plays tunes, while ambitious golfers use the toe of his boot as a tee, while he plays music to sooth their nerves. Photo shows - max Phillips driving off Dunn's toe, wh...

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Caption: "Redbank, N.J. - Seymour Dunn, pro at the Suneagle Golf Club at the 18th Hole plays the bagpipes to drive the 'golf blues' away."

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Caption: "Redbank, N.J. The Suneagle Golf Club, has a herd of sheep to mow their fairway, thus saving the use of a mechanical mower. Seymour Dunn, club pro, is the herdsman. Photo shows - Doris Dunn, daughter of Seymour Dunn driving off to the tune of the music played by her father on his bagpipes."

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Collection ID:
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Archives Center, National Museum of American History

Caption: "Redbank, N.J. - The Suneagle Golf Club has a herd of sheep to mow their fairway, and Seymour Dunn, pro, dressed in kilts plays bagpipes to herd the sheep as they mow the grass, thus saving the use of a mechanical mower."

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