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Abernethy holding wolf by jaw

Lambert, Alexander, 1861-
A hunter holding a dead coyote (mislabeled in the photograph caption as a wolf) by its jaw as President Roosevelt and men stand beside.
Travel, Dead animals, Coyote, Hunting, Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919, Abernathy, John R., 1876-
Theodore Roosevelt Center
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