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[First chapter of Spiritalium liber; with decortated initial C. in which baby holds a staff and rope with weight at end, possibly engineering tools]

The fumbler's clubb

Woman with dogs, infant, and goats in the wilderness

Kaya no hahako

[Cartouche showing a Native woman, representing America, nursing infants in a tropical setting with scenes of commerce in the background]

Zōshigaya miyage

Nurses and child supposed to be William or T.J. Sell(?). 4 Paths(?)

Tennō gosairei no keshiki

Sie liebkoste die Kinder mit zärtlichen Geberden, setzte sich mit ihnen zum Kamine, wärmte sie und reichte ihnen ihre Brust

Es war aber mit jenen Kaufleuten ein frommer Pilger, welcher Clemens hiess

Gehe, trage das liebe Englein schnell hinweg, ich befehle es mit Leib und Seele in den Willen des allmächtigen Gottes!

New style of hats bonnets, furs and fancy goods! J. T. Evans has just returned from the northern cities with the most complete stock of hats, furs, & infants' goods ever offered in Washington ... [Washington, September 1853].

The Duchess of Devonshire 1784 Sir J. Reynolds, P.R.A. pinxt ; P. Lightfoot sculpt

Unidentified infant, seated three-quarter-length portrait, facing front

They're saved! They're saved! / engraved and published by John C. McRae, N.Y.

My child! My child! / engraved and published by John C. McRae, N.Y.

Kokonoe no hanashi

[Baby]

[Unidentified soldier in Confederate 1st lieutenant's uniform with wife and baby]

Nose out of joint

[Unidentified officer in Confederate uniform with wife and baby]

Nose out of joint

[Unidentified soldier in Union uniform, unidentified woman, and unidentified baby] / Newcomer's Gallery, 508 No. 2nd St., Phila.

Mellin's food, "our baby"

[Dielman's infant daughter]

Our future president Kellogg & Bulkeley, Hartford, Conn. ; F.P. Whiting, 87 Fulton St. New York

[Boisterous street scene with baby in foreground]

Shadow of the cross

After this manner therefore pray ye

Christmas morning

Wide awake

[Advertising cards for play "Deacon Crankett"]

Baby's birthday

Pappoose in Indian cradle--Goat Island--Niagara

Baby in christening gown

[Baby in christening gown]

[Advertising card for play "Deacon Crankett"]

Our Father

Hawaii album, p. 29, portraits

The food of our youth / J.K.

Soap bubbles

[Shopping for the baby]

U.S. Reports: Lamar v. Micou, 114 U.S. 218 (1885)

Moses before Pharaoh

Eva Reynolds, Custer County, Nebraska.

[Bakely, Cleveland Blues, Spiders, and Infants, baseball card portrait]

Woman holding infant in rowboat

[Cub Stricker, Cleveland Blues, Spiders, and Infants, baseball card portrait]

James Porter and family, northeast Custer County, Nebraska.

"In July" - illustration for "Baby's Lullaby Book ... by Charles Stuart Pratt" showing a young woman standing next to a lily pond, holding an infant in her arms

"In August" - illustration for "Baby's Lullaby Book ... by Charles Stuart Pratt" showing a young woman, sitting in a hammock, holding a young child on her lap, in Summer

Illustration possibly for "Baby's Lullaby Book ... by Charles Stuart Pratt" showing a mother sitting in a chair, sewing, while an infant sleeps in a cradle at her feet

U.S. Reports: Kingsbury v. Buckner, 134 U.S. 650 (1890)

U.S. Reports: Thaw v. Ritchie, 136 U.S. 519 (1890)

[Sculpture of an angel with two sleeping babies beneath her wing, exhibited in Palace of Fine Arts, Paris Exposition, 1889]

[Man looking at baby held by a nurse]

Fleming, C

Malcom, Mrs. C

Fleming, C. group

Kyle, Mrs. J.C

Fleming, Mrs. C

Kyle, Mrs. J.C. children

Kyle, Mrs. J.C

Prang's fine art pictures. What is it? by Miss Ida Waugh

R. Young, southwest Custer County, Nebraska.

Mellin's food for infants and invalids, "our baby"

An old imposition / C.J. Taylor.

Latimer, Mrs. A.C

In his second childhood / C.J. Taylor.

Fraser, Mrs. G.C

Rassabach, C

Fraser, Mrs. G.C

Fraser, Mrs. G.C

Johnson, Mrs. C.A

Johnson, C.A

"And John, he pays the freight" / F.M. Hutchins.

Rassbach, C

Fraser, Mrs. G.C

Rassabach, C

Fraser, Mrs. G.C

Latimer, Mrs. A.C., baby

Cause for worry / J.S. Pughe.

U.S. Reports: Perrine v. Slack, 164 U.S. 452 (1896)

Getting troublesome again / Dalrymple.

A morning bath /

U.S. Reports: Manson v. Duncanson, 166 U.S. 533 (1897)

U.S. Reports: Thompson v. Maxwell Land Grant Co., 168 U.S. 451 (1897)

Papa's pet / Dalrymple.

A troublesome infant - he grows faster than his god-fathers expected / Dalrymple.

F.A. Whitney baby carriages, the leader for forty years, "where did you come from, baby dear?", "out of the everwhere into the here!", "but how did you come to us, you dear?", "God thought of you and so I am here!"

I've been to see Clifford and Huth

Alompum and Tax-a-Iax, b. 1898. Twin grandnieces of Chief Joseph

[Baby with sports medals perched on bicycle held upright by rope]

[Pee-a-rat and baby - Utes. Profile of woman, half-length portrait, standing, facing left, in plaid blanket, with baby in cradleboard on her back]

The club's baby by Lawrence Sterner & Edw. G. Knoblaugh.

[African American infant, seated in chair, wearing christening gown, facing front]

[Three women and a baby]

The club's baby by Lawrence Sterner & Edw. G. Knoblaugh.

[African American infant, seated in chair, facing front]

[African American baby, full-length portrait, wearing christening gown]

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