National Geographic : 1938 Nov
CATDOM'S ROYALTY PHOTOGRAPHED IN COLOR 4National Ueographic society Juaycolor rnotograpn oy vvinarIl I. r i uivci BEAUTY IN A EAST: A CAT WHOSE ONE EXTRAVAGANCE WAS "CLOTHES" To " keep up appearances " is his sole responsibility! Long-haired Persian cats, pampered and fussed over in modern shows, probably trace ancestry in part to wild desert felines of central Asia. Breeders are specializing more and more in the CREAM PERSIAN. with its heavy, luxuriant coat and liquid-copper eyes. Champion " Lavender Chamois," shown here, is owned by Miss E. G . Hydon, of Bogota, New Jersey, In these pages THE GEOGRAPHIC presents 25 natural-color photographs of cats taken by synchronized photo-flash, the first such series ever published.