Walter Lingo

Walter Lingo (1891–1966) was an Airedale Terrier breeder from La Rue, Ohio. During the 1920s, he owned the Oorang Dog Kennels. As a way of promoting his kennels, Lingo financed a National Football League franchise, called the Oorang Indians in 1922.

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Walter Lingo - Great Depression
... After the Oorang Indians' collapse, Lingo continued to sell his Airedale dogs ... Unfortunately, the Great Depression struck in the 1930s, prompting Lingo to scale back his business ... People could no longer afford the Airedales, prompting Lingo to have approximately three hundred puppies put to sleep in 1929 alone ...

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