Those Were The Days...The Forties & Fifties Photo Gallery
Below is a photographic historical collection
If you have historical photographs that fit into this concept,
Please check back often as photos, graphics & drawings
will be continually added.
Joan Hunt & Carl Wolfe & Csickas Elisabeth Mihalyi, Panni & Csitri
From the Hunts (fifties) From Marion Coffman (late forties)
Ch Csickas of Goncoltanya on point & with his loot. Both are Hunt photos.
Catherine Bartok and her Ch Ripp in Hungary (This is NOT the US Ch Ripp).
Both photos are from Joan Hunt.
Morho Z Povazia with the lady & Diana Olca with the pups.
Both photos are from Joan Hunt & took place in the USA.
Hungarian movie star Ficko talking to his friend & climbing a tree.
Both original photos were provided by Joan Hunt. graphics by dlb
Austrian Ficko who may or may not be the other Ficko is with
Csitri v Komlod. The right photo is Marion Coffman & Elisabeth Mihalyi was not taken in the 40/50s. Photos provided by Marion Coffman.
Clips of Ficko, the Istvan Homoki Movie Star, Austrian country & Rex Selle
Photos provided by gundogpedigrees.com
Sari, Shasta & Tito arrive to a new life & country.
Photos provided by Meghan Tallman & taken in the USA 1950
Hevizi Acsi & Hevizi Kennels 1941 or 1942
Mike v Schloss Loosdorf (fifties) and Hevizi Kennels (1941 or 1942)
Nikki of Bayview and Radar Z Povazia from the fifties. Photos by Joan Hunt.
Panni, Betyar & the first litter of Austria.
Photo by Joan Hunt & is from the forties.
Photos sent to the Hunts from their Austrian & Hungarian friends.
Possibly late forties.
Radar Z Povazia & Joan Hunt with puppies. *late fifties*
Photos contributed by Joan Hunt.
Brok Olca retrieving & on point during the fifties.
Both photos contributed by Joan Hunt.
Elisabeth Mihalyi with Panni & pup; Sari (first public exhibit of the USA Vizsla)
Photos provided by Marion Coffman & Meghan Tallman
Annavolgyi Arany & pup, imported by the Hunts, photo by Joan Hunt
Sari, Shasta & Tito imported by the Tallmans, photo by the Tallmans
Hevizi Lurko & Hevizi Kennels during the early forties.
Photos provided by Joan Hunt.
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