Image ID
DN-0063591
Headline
Man spraying chemicals to disinfect for hoof and mouth disease at the stockyards
Date Created
circa November 10, 1914
Creator
Chicago Daily News, Inc.
Creator Role
photographer
Artwork/Object Depicted
glass negatives
Copyright Notice
© Sun-Times Media, LLC. All rights reserved.
Credit Line
DN-0063591, Chicago Sun-Times/Chicago Daily News Collection, Chicago History Museum
Inventory Number
1960.784
Storage Location
Chicago Daily News negatives collection, Chicago History Museum
Horizon Bib. No.
107630
Max Pixels - Height
402
Max Pixels - Width
500
KEYWORDS
Adolph Silver and Company Bank (Chicago, Ill.)
1229 South Jefferson Street (Chicago, Ill.)


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man spraying chemicals to disinfect for hoof and mouth disease at the stockyards

Image of a man spraying chemicals to disinfect for hoof and mouth disease at the Union Stock Yards, bound on the north by West 39th Street, on the east by South Halsted Street, south by 47th Street, and on the west by West Ashland Avenue, in the New City community area of Chicago, Illinois. Another man is standing on a machine with large tubes. Hoof and mouth disease affects mainly cloven-footed mammals and is a highly contagious viral disease, characterized by blisters on the animals' mouth and feet. The stockyards employees were ordered to take precautions by the United States Department of Agriculture.

Image of a man spraying chemicals to disinfect for hoof and mouth disease at the Union Stock Yards, bound on the north by West 39th Street, on the east by South Halsted Street, south by 47th Street, and on the west by West Ashland Avenue, in the New City community area of Chicago, Illinois. Another man is standing on a machine with large tubes. Hoof and mouth disease affects mainly cloven-footed mammals and is a highly contagious viral disease, characterized by blisters on the animals' mouth and feet. The stockyards employees were ordered to take precautions by the United States Department of Agriculture.