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An exaggerated postcard showing a dog with a giant rabbit. During the 1930s, Kansas suffered a major drought and as a result, Jack rabbits ate what little vegetation was growing. To reduce the rabbit population, they were rounded up in a pens and killed.

Date: June 07, 1937

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Item Number: 303173
Call Number: QL.5 R.2 *34
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 303173

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