President Taft's Pet Cow Pauline Wayne - stock photo
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President Taft's Pet Cow Pauline Wayne

Entitled: "Pauline, pet cow of President Taft on lawn, in front of the State, War and Navy Building, Washington, D.C." Pauline Wayne, often called the "Queen of the Capital Cows," was a black-and-white, 1,500 pound Holstein-Frasian cow of registered stock whose job was to provide milk and butter for the First Family, was a gift from Senator Isaac Stephenson of Wisconsin. Being a celebrity had a price for Pauline and her health declined in the two years she had been in Washington, so Taft sent her back to Stephenson's farm as his presidential term came to a close. Photographed by the National Photo Company circa 1911-13.

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