Category: babies

The Atchison Daily Globe, Kansas, January 7, 1904

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

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

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Medical check-up for infants, 1910s.

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

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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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The Topeka Daily Capital, Kansas, November 30, 1921

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The Brattleboro Daily Reformer, Vermont, July 14, 1916

Life Magazine, May 1909

The Sedalia Democrat, Missouri, August 11, 1908