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Child Development, Parenting
Washington, D.C. United States Department of Labor, 1930. A government-issued advice booklet ("Publication No. 202") for American parents, published by the Children's Bureau of the United States Department of Labor. Includes twelve "lessons" for parents including "Why and how do you punish your child?", "Does your child always obey you?".....
photographs, babies, humor
New York: Simon and Schuster, 1950. unpaginated. Printed paper cover, black and white photographs throughout, multiple photographers. A collection of black and white humorous photographs of babies interspersed with question. A question is posed and the photograph to follow creates a funny depiction of what the baby may be thinking.....
Parenting, General Electric
United States: General Electric, c.1932. An informational pamphlet with parenting tips, advertising General Electric Sunlamps. Includes transcriptions of 4 (four) separate radio ads broadcast "Over Through the Facilities of Radio Station WEAF, New York, and Affiliated Stations" (p. 5) by Lee Lloyd, advertising GE's lamps: "I see developing, a higher.....
United States: Little Toidey, 1924-1955. A grouping of seven (7) booklets advertising toilet training products, Little Toidey by Juvenile Wood Products, Inc., published between 1924 and 1955, marketed towards wives and mothers. It was designed to sit atop of an adult toilet. Exemplifies the evolution of the product over 30.....