Provenance of Janet Tomlinson, Historian 2013-2017
The following awards and trophies are listed here in the order found in the October 6, 2017 Annual Award Pamphlet. Each section will be listed by the latest name and description which applies. As you read through the below you will find that some contain more than one trophy due to the retiring and replacement of the trophy.
Versatility - All Awards and Names listed are in effect at the time the dog was awarded for all STCA awards.
STCA Performance Award - Offered through the generosity of the Scottish Terrier Club of America to recognize those Scotties that excel in the full range of AKC events: Conformation, Agility, Barn Hung, Earthdog, Obedience, Rally
and Tracking. Performance, Outstanding Performance and Superior Performance Scottish Terrier award levels are tallied by the number of AKC venues and points accumulated by titles earned.
Performance Scottish Terrier - see Versatility above
Outstanding Performance Scottish Terrier - See Versatility above
Superior Performance Scottish Terrier - See Versatility above
Correction to William Haynes' History by Janet Tomlinson
The Scottish Terrier Club of America was formed in 1900 by Dr. Fayette C. Ewing, Mr. J. Steele Mackenzie and Mrs. Jack Brazier of Long Island, who was the first President of the STCA, and not in 1901 as written by Haynes.
Also unknown until this recent discovery is the fact that Mr. James L. Little became the second President in 1903. Further research is required to discover how long he remained president due to the fact presidents from 1904 to 1914 remain unknown.
Provenance of Janet Tomlinson, Historian
The Puppy Who Found The Baby Jesus - Ages 3 to 6 - by Edith S. Weigand - Copyright Zhera Publications - I have loaded these pages individually in order to have them load on your computer/viewer quickly.
AKC has been keeping records on all breeds and for our interest specifically, the Scottish Terrier. You may look at the statistics gathered from AKC Gazette, by clicking on the link below. You will see that in 1936 there was a goodly number - over 700 in one month to compare and again in 1969 - over 800. These numbers run from 1925 to 1994.
I opened another wonderful package sent from Bill Berry. In it was a book titled "Once In Love With A Puppy". I read the last page first. It brought tears to my eyes. Lee Netzler, a member of The Longmont Writers Club, the Dog Writers Association of America, and author of this fabulous book, had immediately found a place in my heart. I wrote Lee asking his permission to place his book here in the library for you to enjoy. As you can imagine, I was thrilled to hear back from him. Lee has, in fact, given permission for his works to be made available here for your enjoyment. Lee is also in the process of going through his papers and sending me more. So please, check back often for new additions. Lee, an extremely talented writer and lover of Scotties, is the winner of 5 DWAA Maxwell Medallions. I am sure you will enjoy the following, as these are absolute jewels.
26. Chloe -- Chloe is a special poem to me, written by Lee for our Westie girl who became blind at three from cataracts. Surgery has restored her sight. Thank you Lee. Your special talent warms the hearts of so many!