American Bantam Association Year Book 1925. A Square Deal for Every Bantam Fancier Everywhere.
The object of this Association is as follows: to encourage the breeding and selling of more pure bred Bantams; to create a co-operative feeling among the different breeders and to get one another acquainted; to hold a National Meet, a National Fall Meet and such sectional meets to meet the demands of the Bantam fraternity; and to promote honest dealings among the Bantam breeders and to prevent any one from exercising fraudulent practices.
Names in this online transcription include Adams, Albers, Allender, Alley, Allmon, Althaus, Anders, Andrae, Andrews, Armbrust, Babcock, Babka, Baker, Baldwin, Ballinger, Barnes, Barr, Baughman, Baxter, Behrens, Bejach, Bell, Benedick, Benjamin, Bishop, Blackman, Blair, Braun, Brereton, Brown, Browning, Broyles, Brumm, Buch, Buck, Buer, Bunyan, Burgess, Burke, Burns, Burt, Burton, Cain, Calaway, Campbell, Caskey, Chidsey, Clarey, Clark, Clarke, Clendenen, Cole, Colson, Congdon, Conrad, Conway, Cooley, Copenhagen, Cosby, Crandell, Cromer, Cushman, Cutting, Dachs, Dailey, Daubert, Davis, Davison, Delott, Derr, Dietz, Dilley, Dingman, Dixon, Doty, Duffas, Eberly, Edington, Edwards, Eisemann, Elliott, Elstroth, Emery, English, Erwin, Everitt, Fairchild, Fancher, Fennell, Fike, Filkin, Finn, Fitterer, Flaherty, Ford, Fowler, Foy, Francis, Frank, Fraser, Freeman, Fritsch, Froelk, Gambles, Gavin, Glaser, Godsey, Gordon, Gothman, Gotstein, Gould, Graham, Grathwohl, Graves, Green, Grover, Gurney, Hall, Hammall, Hannawald, Harner, Harris, Harrison, Hartman, Haskell, Hay, Haydon, Hearnshaw, Henkel, Hensley, Hereford, Herr, Herrmann, Herster, Hertel, Herziger, Hesse, Hibbs, Hill, Hilsinger, Holmes, Honderlich, Hooker, Hooper, Houston, Howland, Hummel, Huskins, Huyler, Irick, Irvine, Irwin, Isbell, Jackman, Jaeger, Jennings, Jessel, Jindra, Johnson, Jolly, Jones, Judson, Juhl, Kanady, Karles, Kastner, Kavanagh, Keeney, Kelchner, Kelley, Keplinger, Kingsley, Kipp, Klefot, Knox, Krum, Kusel, Laakmann, Lancaster, Larson, Laurent, Law, Lawrence, Lawrie, Lee, Leeds, Lefever, Lehrbach, Lennard, Lewis, Liggett, Linehan, Lips, Lotz, Loyet, Luigard, Mac Afee, Mackenzie, Mackissic, Madary, Maddox, Markel, Marshall, Marvin, Matlack, McArthur, McCall, McCarter, McGuire, McKinney, McPherson, Mead, Meier, Meiner, Meiskey, Meredith, Metcalfe, Miles, Miller, Milward, Miskie, Monaghan, Moore, Morgan, Morris, Mosley, Moss, Mowll, Moyer, Munkelwitz, Nace, Naive, Nayler, Needle, Neeley, Nichols, Norman, Northey, O'Neal, Oliver, Otte, Oyen, Pearson, Peiffer, Pence, Perlee, Peters, Petzold, Phillips, Pierce, Pope, Porter, Potter, Poucher, Ranken, Rapp, Rasley, Rawls, Reed, Reinhart, Rettberg, Rice, Richards, Ricker, Rider, Riess, Rigg, Riley, Ringler, Roach, Robertson, Robinson, Rodenbeck, Roe, Rollings, Rood, Root, Russell, Saint, Schimmel, Schleyer, Schneider, Schultze, Schwartzbach, Scott, Scullen, Scureman, Sealy, Seybrecht, Seyfried, Shakespeare, Sharp, Sheppard, Shove, Small, Smiley, Smith, Smoot, Somers, Spangler, Speakman, Springer, Stapleford, Steuben, Stewart, Stillwagen, Stong, Streige, Strickler, Swanson, Sweet, Tanck, Taylor, Theobald, Thomas, Thompson, Thorne, Thott, Tierney, Tipton, Todd, Tomlinson, Tracey, Tripp, Trubenbach, Turner, Utz, Van Buren, Van Dolah, Van Dyke, Varney, Varwig, Vaughan, Vincent, Wagner, Walden, Walthall, Wardin, Washburn, Watts, Weatherhead, Webb, Wege, Weisenborn, Welch, Wells, Wert, West, Westcott, Wheatley, White, Wicker, Wilbert, Wilkie, Wilkinson, Wills, Wilson, Witmyer, Wittasek, Wood, Woram, Worcester, Wunderlich, Yegge, Yellowlees, Yoakim, Young, Zimmer.
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