National Geographic : 1943 Nov
S.anuonai ueograpnic society Painting byWalter A.Weber The Keeshonden Is as Dutch as Wooden Shoes Named after "Kees," owned by Cornelis de Gyselaer, a leader of the Patriots who opposed the Prince of Orange in1782, theKeeshonden hasbeen afavorite breed in the Netherlands for centuries. The dogs were not internationally recognized at bench shows until after 1920. They arefaithful and sagacious. There are now many good specimens in the United States.