Category: babies

Nurses with newborns at a hospital in Paris, January 1, 1946.

Nurses with newborns at a hospital in Paris, January 1, 1946.

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The Post-Register, Idaho Falls, Idaho, January 18, 1949 

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Medical check-up for infants, 1910s.

Medical check-up for infants, 1910s.

What Do You Give Your Baby?

The Progressive Farmer, Raleigh, North Carolina, June 2, 1917

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Curious Facts for Curious People

The Press Herald, Pine Grove, Pennsylvania, March 27, 1936

 

  • It takes the average man eleven minutes to find what he wants in a medicine cabinet.
  • The male bee is quite irresponsible and cannot be trusted in matters of great importance.
  • There are 45,679,345 types of floor lamps east of the Mississippi alone.
  • Teething babies should never be fed hot chestnuts or corn on the cob.
  • The caloric content of toothpicks is very low.
  • Polar bears make poor house pets.

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Beans Cannot Be Eaten Thru Nose

The Topeka Daily Capital, Kansas, November 30, 1921

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The Brattleboro Daily Reformer, Vermont, July 14, 1916

Life Magazine, May 1909

Life Magazine, May 1909

The Sedalia Democrat, Missouri, August 11, 1908

The Sedalia Democrat, Missouri, August 11, 1908

Bigger & Better Boners, Alexander Abingdon, 1952

Bigger & Better Boners, Alexander Abingdon, 1952