Family dogs

Collection by John Löwenhardt

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Historical dogs from the Löwenhardt, De Leeuw, Ten Brink and Weijl families

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Borzoi dogs of Arnold de Leeuw (1886-1944), Almelo, The Netherlands. Top picture is Slobian-Bielaja with Arnold's children Mimi (1917-1971) and Johan de Leeuw (1915-1944).

Slobian-Bielaja and the children

Borzoi dogs of Arnold de Leeuw (1886-1944), Almelo, The Netherlands. Top picture is Slobian-Bielaja with Arnold's children Mimi (1917-1971) and Johan de Leeuw (1915-1944).

LOWENHARDT 'S FAMILY DOG - DIED ON 2009 -18.5 YEARS OLD

LOWENHARDT 'S FAMILY DOG - DIED ON 2009 -18.5 YEARS OLD

Hello Charlie, good to see you again! Welcome to the board of family dogs.     Charlie belonged to Pauline Loewenhardt from February 1997 to October 2010. A rescue dog. He was abandoned in a neighbor's yard. He was a golden retriever/chow mix..very sweet though very protective also. He was my good buddy!

Hello Charlie, good to see you again! Welcome to the board of family dogs. Charlie belonged to Pauline Loewenhardt from February 1997 to October 2010. A rescue dog. He was abandoned in a neighbor's yard. He was a golden retriever/chow mix..very sweet though very protective also. He was my good buddy!

More Loewenhardt dogs...Pauline Loewenhardt with Joe and Sue Loewenhardt's dogs in Hawaii in 2001

More Loewenhardt dogs...Pauline Loewenhardt with Joe and Sue Loewenhardt's dogs in Hawaii in 2001

Meet Moos! He is our new family dog. Australian Labradoodle, 8 weeks old. His name is Moos! as in Mozes, Moishe. Yes, named after the one & only. Moos! was born in Friesland on 8 April and now lives in Haarlem and The Hague.

Meet Moos! He is our new family dog. Australian Labradoodle, 8 weeks old. His name is Moos! as in Mozes, Moishe. Yes, named after the one & only. Moos! was born in Friesland on 8 April and now lives in Haarlem and The Hague.

Joseph & Sue Loewenhardt with their dogs in Honoka'a, Hawai, on 20 December 2001.   Left to right: English Setter “Sunday” (9/29/91–4/25/05), English Setter “Blackie” (9/21/97–7/26/08), English Setter “Spike” (9/29/91–11/5/05), Weimeraner “Luka” (1989-2002), and English Setter “Star” (1986 - 2003).

Joseph & Sue Loewenhardt with their dogs in Honoka'a, Hawai, on 20 December 2001. Left to right: English Setter “Sunday” (9/29/91–4/25/05), English Setter “Blackie” (9/21/97–7/26/08), English Setter “Spike” (9/29/91–11/5/05), Weimeraner “Luka” (1989-2002), and English Setter “Star” (1986 - 2003).

Wieke with the guardian of the Amsterdam Snoekjesgracht, Yorkshire terrier Nullebol Löwenhardt. Mid-1980s.

Wieke with the guardian of the Amsterdam Snoekjesgracht, Yorkshire terrier Nullebol Löwenhardt. Mid-1980s.

Friedel Löwenhardt (1909-1983) with her poodle named Othello at Sandringham Court, London, 1950s

The short life of Kurt Ikenberg, 1941-1944

Friedel Löwenhardt (1909-1983) with her poodle named Othello at Sandringham Court, London, 1950s

Baby Tess with her guardian, Nullebol Löwenhardt, foundling (Nullebol, not Tess) of the Amsterdam Snoekjesgracht. Nullebol and Tess grew up together. Photo appr. 1984.

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Baby Tess with her guardian, Nullebol Löwenhardt, foundling (Nullebol, not Tess) of the Amsterdam Snoekjesgracht. Nullebol and Tess grew up together. Photo appr. 1984.

Elie MauritsWeijl (1917-1943) in Oldenzaal, The Netherlands, with his dog and puppies, names unknown.

Elie & Betje Weijl

Elie MauritsWeijl (1917-1943) in Oldenzaal, The Netherlands, with his dog and puppies, names unknown.

Text on reverse side of the picture of Adolf Löwenhardt's dog. Translation: Club champion 1930. Hans (?) vom ??berg P.H.  (R.S. 1090). Besitzer (?) Adolf Löwenhardt, Dortmund, Lindenhorster straße 235.

At Lindenhorster Straße

Text on reverse side of the picture of Adolf Löwenhardt's dog. Translation: Club champion 1930. Hans (?) vom ??berg P.H. (R.S. 1090). Besitzer (?) Adolf Löwenhardt, Dortmund, Lindenhorster straße 235.

This dog belonged to Adolf Löwenhardt (1883-1944) in Dortmund-Lindenhorst. His name was Waldmann. Adolf's youngest son (1919-2006) roamed the neighbourhood and visited Polish miners' families at the side of Waldmann.

At Lindenhorster Straße

This dog belonged to Adolf Löwenhardt (1883-1944) in Dortmund-Lindenhorst. His name was Waldmann. Adolf's youngest son (1919-2006) roamed the neighbourhood and visited Polish miners' families at the side of Waldmann.