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Access to this collection is generously supported by Arcadia funds. Photograph appears with the article, "Pet Deer Found In Bed As Game Wardens Call," Los Angeles Times, 15 Mar 1936: 8. Mrs. Verna Cover has a license to look after Chiefie, a 250-pound 3-year-old deer that was found as a fawn near Boulder, Colorado, making him coffee and giving him a bed to sleep in. Chiefie the deer sits behind a desk in the office while Inspector Bauder offers the animals a cigarette and onlookers watch in the background. Handwritten on negative: Chas. S. Bauder & deeer Text from negative sleeve: 4410 - Inspector Chas. S. Bauder and "Chiefie" the deer. Visiting deer3-14-36 [stamped:] Mar 19 1936 Text from newspaper caption: "None for me," Chiefie, the deer, indicated with a shake of his antlers yesterday. Inspector Charles Bauder of the State Fish and Game Commission offered the cigarette after the Colorado visitor had been found to be fully protected by Colorado State license laws.
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Cigarettes Men--California--Los Angeles Deer--California Bauder, Charles (Chas), 1882-1949 California. Fish and Game Commission