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Identifier: babyhood2188unse
Title: Babyhood
Year: 1886 (1880s)
Subjects: Child Rearing Parenting
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Babyhood Magazine
Contributing Library: The College of Physicians of Philadelphia Historical Medical Library
Digitizing Sponsor: The College of Physicians of Philadelphia and the National Endowment for the Humanities

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s pat-tered against the windows unnoticed; all wassunshine indoors for my small people, whowere intent on preparing colored pictures withwhich to cover boxes—a work which will keepthem busy more than one rainy day. Madison, Me. Clarissa Potter. Miniature Villages. A very complete toy village is known as the American (as distinguished from the im-ported), and is undoubtedly superior to the for-eign in design, finish, variety, and construction.It is shown in the above cut. A large map orplan of a village, with streets, canals, river, har-bor, etc., lithographed in colors, accompanieseach set. The pieces consist of church, blocks, ! The whole is packed in a strong wooden box ;price $i. The American Village, Junior, is madesomewhat after the above, but smaller, and sellsfor 50 cents. Combination Doll Mansion. A dolls play-house with the above name isquite an attractive and pretentious-looking domi-cile, about 26 inches long, 15 wide, and 27 high.It has four rooms and a Mansard roof. All

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windows and doors are made to open and shut.It is made in sections, and packed in a box26x11x4, the box becoming the foundation whenthe house is mounted, as shown in the cut.Price $1.50. 406 BAB YHOOD. HIGH-CHAIR —When the Tenth Regiment U. S. Infantry-was ordered to New Mexico from the LakeRegion the little son of a captain did not approveof the orders of the general of the army, and in-deed seriously objected to the change. He hadheard much of the dreariness of the wild West,and the Sunday morning before the departure ofhis fathers company said to his parents : Come,now, let us go to church and say good-by to God. Another child at a boarding-house, who had madefriends with the children of a family who wereabout to leave, saw with disappointment the adventof a gentleman and wife without children. Sheanxiously asked mother concerning them: Whyis it, mamma, that Mr. and Mrs. Blank have no littlechildren. Are they bachelors ? Our own little Jack, when in possession of hishigh-chair an

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bookid:babyhood2188unse bookyear:1886 bookdecade:1880 bookcentury:1800 booksubject:Child_Rearing booksubject:Parenting bookpublisher:New_York__N_Y____Babyhood_Magazine bookcontributor:The_College_of_Physicians_of_Philadelphia_Historical_Medical_Library booksponsor:The_College_of_Physicians_of_Philadelphia_and_the_National_Endowment_for_the_Humanities bookleafnumber:419 bookcollection:medicalheritagelibrary bookcollection:collegeofphysiciansofphiladelphia bookcollection:americana

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