This item consists of seven 1912 Prints from Diseases of Cattle, compiled by 13 doctors and printed by the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture in their printing office in Washington, D.C. The prints include: "Upper, or Dorsal, Surface of the Lungs of the Ox" (Plate XXX); "Broncho-Pneumonia" (Plate XXXI); "Contagious Pleuro-Pneumonia" (Plate XXXIII); "Portions of Tuberculous Lungs of Cattle" (Plate XXXIV); "Tuberculosis of Lymphatic Gland and of Ometum (Caul) (Plate XXXVIII); "Section of Muscle from a Blackleg Swelling" (Plate XLIV); and "Necrotic Stomatitis (Calf Diptheria) with Lesions Involving Tongue and Cheek" (Plate XLV). Each print, measuring 9.125" high by 5.375" wide, has been printed on medium weight off-white paper in rich colors, which have not faded. Text is printed in medium brown. Six of the prints are marked "Haines del" and seven are marked "Julius Bien Co, NY." These 1912 Prints from Diseases of Cattle are in very good condition. Each has a minor corner crease and one has a 0.25" water stain on the bottom edge. Ideal for framing or use in an art project.