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Dates
1892
circa 1892
Collection
University Health Network - Academy of Medicine Collection
Category
Patient Care Artifacts
Classification
Patient Care
Accession Number
1986.2.1
Description
Hand-sewn baby binder is a strip of cloth that narrows at each end; woven tape ties at each end; a vertical slit in the cloth about 1/3 of the way from one end; linen lined with flanelette.
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Accession Number
1986.2.1
Collection
University Health Network - Academy of Medicine Collection
Category
Patient Care Artifacts
Classification
Patient Care
MeSH Heading
Clothing
Textiles
Infant Care
Description
Hand-sewn baby binder is a strip of cloth that narrows at each end; woven tape ties at each end; a vertical slit in the cloth about 1/3 of the way from one end; linen lined with flanelette.
Number Of Parts
1
Provenance
Acquired from the Academy of Medicine; source: Mrs. T.G. Brown of Toronto.
Site Made (Country)
Canada
Dates
1892
circa 1892
Material
fabric: white
Permanent Location
Storage Room 0007
BOX 17
Dimension Notes
Length 62.0 cm x Width 10.5 cm (minus tapes, which are 31.0-37.0 cm long)
Condition Remarks
Scorch marks on both sides.
Copy Type
Original
Reference Types
JPG
Reference Comments
CD #4
Research Facts
The binder was made for the donor's father, born in 1892 in Berlin (now Kitchener), Ontario, and used for his brothers, 1892-1902; binders were used until ca. 1950 to bind the baby's umbilical area, probably because of a traditional belief that if it were not bound, the umbilicus would not heal properly after birth, or an umbilical hernia would occur.
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Dates
1892
circa 1892
Collection
University Health Network - Academy of Medicine Collection
Category
Patient Care Artifacts
Classification
Patient Care
Accession Number
1986.2.2
Description
Hand-sewn baby binder is a strip of cloth that narrows at each end; woven tape ties at each end; a vertical slit in the cloth about 1/3 of the way from one end; both sides made of flanelette.
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Accession Number
1986.2.2
Collection
University Health Network - Academy of Medicine Collection
Category
Patient Care Artifacts
Classification
Patient Care
MeSH Heading
Clothing
Textiles
Infant Care
Description
Hand-sewn baby binder is a strip of cloth that narrows at each end; woven tape ties at each end; a vertical slit in the cloth about 1/3 of the way from one end; both sides made of flanelette.
Number Of Parts
1
Provenance
Acquired from the Academy of Medicine; source: Mrs. T.G. Brown of Toronto.
Site Made (Country)
Canada
Dates
1892
circa 1892
Material
fabric: white
Permanent Location
Storage Room 0007
0007 Box 8
Dimension Notes
Length 62.0 cm x Width 10.5 cm (minus tapes, which are 31.0-37.0 cm long)
Copy Type
Original
Reference Types
JPG
Reference Comments
CD #4
Research Facts
The binder was made for the donor's father, born in 1892 in Berlin (now Kitchener), Ontario, and used for his brothers, 1892-1902; binders were used until ca. 1950 to bind the baby's umbilical area, probably because of a traditional belief that if it were not bound, the umbilicus would not heal properly after birth, or an umbilical hernia would occur.
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Dates
1930
1940
circa 1930-1940
Category
Home Health Care
Pediatrics
Classification
Home Health
Home Health Care
Paediatrics
Accession Number
018006001
Description
Heavy porcelain bowl with light blue glaze; the bowl is divided into three compartments, two quarters and one half; between one of the quarters and the half, there is a hole in which a cork sits; the bowl is hollow inside, and on the outside the bowl becomes wider the closer it is to the bottom, so…
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Accession Number
018006001
Category
Home Health Care
Pediatrics
Classification
Home Health
Home Health Care
Paediatrics
MeSH Heading
Infant Care
Infant Food
Infant Nutrition
Pediatrics
Home Health
Food
Feeding Methods
Child
Child Nutrition
Description
Heavy porcelain bowl with light blue glaze; the bowl is divided into three compartments, two quarters and one half; between one of the quarters and the half, there is a hole in which a cork sits; the bowl is hollow inside, and on the outside the bowl becomes wider the closer it is to the bottom, so there are two indents in the bowl around the edge; the bottom of the bowl contains three white rings, each one smaller as it reaches the centre of the bowl; inside the smallest ring, the middle of the bowl is indented to form a concave impression.
Number Of Parts
1
Provenance
Belonged to donor's family. Used by all toddlers in the family.
Dates
1930
1940
circa 1930-1940
Date Remarks
Based on donor's remarks
Material
porcelain: blue, white
cork: brown
ink: brown
Inscriptions
Printed on cork: "7189".
Permanent Location
Storage Room 0010
0010-D3-8
Height
7.0 cm
Diameter
18.7 cm
Unit Of Measure
centimeters
Condition Remarks
The small section nearest the cork has a crack in the side; some slight colour loss in small spots on the top and bottom of the bowl around the cork.
Copy Type
original
Reference Types
Donor, website
Reference Comments
Donor's remarks
TheRetroRescuers, Vintage Hankscraft Baby Food Warmer Dish ~Periwinkle Blue: https://www.etsy.com/sg-en/listing/594103122/vintage-hankscraft-baby-food-warmer-dish
Research Facts
This dish was used to feed toddlers. Warm water would be poured into the hollow portion and plugged with a matching lid, which in this case has been replaced by a cork. The water inside the dish would keep the food warm. The ridged base and the heavy weight of the bowl kept toddlers from throwing the bowl on the ground, etc.
Similar items were made by a company called Hankscraft.
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The Baby [infant care book]

https://mhc.andornot.com/en/permalink/artifact15202
Dates
1924
1930
circa 1924-1930
Category
Archival Items
Education Artifacts
Pediatrics
Home Health Care
Classification
Archival, Publications
Education
Paediatrics
Home Health
Home Health Care
Accession Number
019001001
Description
Rectangular book with a glued binding and paper covers; the front cover contains a colour illustration of two toddlers on a beach, one wearing a red swim suit and grabbing the other's hand, who is wearing a green swim suit; the background is mostly brown, and near the top. the title "The Baby" is p…
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Accession Number
019001001
Author
Department of Health of Ontario
Category
Archival Items
Education Artifacts
Pediatrics
Home Health Care
Classification
Archival, Publications
Education
Paediatrics
Home Health
Home Health Care
MeSH Heading
Infant Care -- handbooks
Infant Care
Infant Nutrition
Child Care -- handbooks
Child Nutrition
Child
Mother-Child Relations -- handbooks
Pregnancy
Pediatrics
Home Health
Description
Rectangular book with a glued binding and paper covers; the front cover contains a colour illustration of two toddlers on a beach, one wearing a red swim suit and grabbing the other's hand, who is wearing a green swim suit; the background is mostly brown, and near the top. the title "The Baby" is printed in flourished script and outlined in pink; the spine is white and also contains the title and small illustrations of children's toys and animals; the back cover is backgrounded in black and contains a yellow, orange, pink, and red illustration of numerous children playing on a beach with a giant baby in the background in front of the sun, mouth open and holding up a rattle as birds fly in front of it; the book has sixty four pages and contains information about pre-natal care, preparation for confinement, registration of the baby's birth, care of the infant, infant feeding, care of the runabout child, common ailments of childhood, immunization, baby's record, and baby's development.
Number Of Parts
1
Provenance
Belonged to donor.
Maker
Department of Health of Ontario
Site Made (City)
Toronto
Site Made (State)
Ontario
Site Made (Country)
Canada
Dates
1924
1930
circa 1924-1930
Date Remarks
Honourable Forbes Godfrey was Minister of Health in Ontario from 1924 until 1930.
Material
paper: tan
ink: black, green, pink, red, grey, purple, brown, tan, yellow, orange.
Inscriptions
Printed on front cover: "The Baby"; printed on back cover: "Issued by the Department of Health of Ontario. // Honorable Forbes Godfrey - Minister of Health".
Permanent Location
Storage Room 2005
2005-3
Length
22.5 cm
Width
15.0 cm
Height
0.8 cm
Unit Of Measure
centimeters
Condition Remarks
Minor fraying at spine and bending at corners
Copy Type
original
Reference Types
Websites
Reference Comments
https://www.ola.org/en/members/all/forbes-elliott-godfrey
https://www.ola.org/en/members/all/harold-james-kirby
https://www.leonardshoup.com/product/64654/The-Baby--Department-of-Health-of-Ontario-----Dionne-Quintuplets-Cover-Art-No-Author--Department-of-Health-of-Ontario-Honourable-Harold-J-Kirby-Minister
http://mimicohistory.blogspot.com/2011/05/dr-forbes-godfrey-first-ontario.html
Research Facts
A later edition of this book, from 1937-1942, in print while Harold J. Kirby was Ontario's Minister of Health, has an illustration of the famous Dionne quintuplets on the front cover.
Forbes Godfrey was Ontario's first Minister of Health, and he was a doctor before entering the realm of politics. Dr. Godfrey wanted the government to do more to combat tuberculosis, as the disease was devastating Ontario's citizens. As a result of his efforts, a system of government supported tuberculosis hospitals was created. Dr. Godfrey was also a strong believer in vaccination. He was responsible for organizing the ministry of health from its beginnings, and he helped protect miners from silicosis; started industrial health programs; created public health clinics in remote areas, and began free immunization programs for Ontario school children.
Exhibit History
On exhibit 100TH Anniversary of Public Health Canada, Ottawa L-2019-7 27 Nov – 2 Dec 2019
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Dates
1912
circa 1912
Collection
Kingston General Hospital Auxiliary Collection
Category
Patient Care Artifacts
Classification
Patient Care
Accession Number
001029003
Description
Red, white, and blue baby bunting; made with three pieces of fabric sewn together with blue on top, white in the middle, and red on bottom; the blue piece's edge is folded into a loop with a hard object inside.
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Accession Number
001029003
Collection
Kingston General Hospital Auxiliary Collection
Category
Patient Care Artifacts
Classification
Patient Care
MeSH Heading
Clothing
Textiles
Infant Care
Description
Red, white, and blue baby bunting; made with three pieces of fabric sewn together with blue on top, white in the middle, and red on bottom; the blue piece's edge is folded into a loop with a hard object inside.
Number Of Parts
1
Provenance
Used as a decoration in a parade the KGH Women's Aid held to raise money for KGH's new Empire Wing (this is most likely a modern reproduction).
Maker
KGH Women's Aid
Site Made (City)
Kingston
Site Made (State)
Ontario
Site Made (Country)
Canada
Dates
1912
circa 1912
Date Remarks
If original; but this is most likely a modern reproduction
Material
fabric: red; white; blue
Permanent Location
Storage Room 0007
BOX 17
Dimension Notes
Length 74.0 cm x Width 35 cm
Condition Remarks
Like new
Reference Types
JPG
Reference Comments
"A Short History of the Women's Aid of the Kingston General Hospital 1905-1968," by Mary I. Campbell, KGH, Kingston, Ontario, Canada; CD #4.
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The Canadian Mother and Child [booklet]

https://mhc.andornot.com/en/permalink/artifact15380
Dates
1940
Category
Archival Items
Home Health Care
Classification
Archival, Publications
Home Health Care
Paediatrics
Accession Number
019020004
Description
Softcovered booklet with tan paper cover; contents include information in four parts: Care of the Expectant Mother; The Baby's Arrival; The Care of the Baby; The Ideal Baby; includes how to fold a fabric diaper, knitting instructions for creating infant clothes, suitable recipes, baby record and in…
Accession Number
019020004
Author
Ernest Couture, M.D.
Category
Archival Items
Home Health Care
Classification
Archival, Publications
Home Health Care
Paediatrics
MeSH Heading
Pediatrics
Infant Care
Description
Softcovered booklet with tan paper cover; contents include information in four parts: Care of the Expectant Mother; The Baby's Arrival; The Care of the Baby; The Ideal Baby; includes how to fold a fabric diaper, knitting instructions for creating infant clothes, suitable recipes, baby record and index; handwritten inside is original owners name, Bradley; 231 pages.
Number Of Parts
1
Provenance
Transferred as deaccessioned.
Maker
Minister of Pensions and National Health
Site Made (City)
Ottawa
Site Made (State)
Ontario
Site Made (Country)
Canada
Dates
1940
Date Remarks
Publication date
Material
paper: cream, tan
ink: black
Inscriptions
On frontispiece: "E. M. Bradley // The // CANADIAN // MOTHER // AND CHILD // BY // ERNEST COUTURE, M.D., // Director of the // CHILD AND MATERNAL HYGIENCE DIVISION // CANADA // Published by authority of // The Hon. IAN A. MACKENZIE, Minister of Pensions and National Health // OTTAWA, CANADA // Copies may be procurred from // Provincial Dept. of Health, // Winnipeg, man."
Permanent Location
Storage Room 2005
2005-5-6 Binder
Length
23.0 cm
Width
15.4 cm
Depth
1.2 cm
Unit Of Measure
centimeters
Condition Remarks
Cover scuffed with surface grime and bent corners, missing lower portion of spine
Copy Type
original
Reference Comments
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mary_Scharlieb
Research Facts
Dame Mary Scharlieb, D.B.E., LL.D., M.D., M.S Consulting Physcian for Diseases of Women, Royal Free Hospital; (née Bird; 18 June 1845 – November 1930) was a pioneer British female physician and gynaecologist in the late 19th / early 20th centuries. She had worked in India and by her persistence she returned to the UK to become a qualified doctor. She returned to Madras and eventually lectured in London. Alma mater: Madras Medical College; Occupation: Gynaecologist
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The Canadian Mother and Child [reference book]

https://mhc.andornot.com/en/permalink/artifact12737
Dates
1940
Collection
Elsie Vercoe Collection
Category
Archival Items
Classification
Archival, Publications
Accession Number
009021006
Description
Paperback reference book with illustrations; discussing maternal and child care; topics include medical attention, normal accompaniments of pregnancy, hygiene of pregnancy, complications of pregnancy, birth and others; title and Government of Canada shield printed on front cover; 232 pages.
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Accession Number
009021006
Author
Ernest Couture
Collection
Elsie Vercoe Collection
Category
Archival Items
Classification
Archival, Publications
MeSH Heading
Reference Books
Infant Care
Pregnancy
Maternal Welfare
Description
Paperback reference book with illustrations; discussing maternal and child care; topics include medical attention, normal accompaniments of pregnancy, hygiene of pregnancy, complications of pregnancy, birth and others; title and Government of Canada shield printed on front cover; 232 pages.
Number Of Parts
1
Provenance
Owned by Elsie Vercoe; forwarded to museum by Marie M. McCalden (Power of Attorney)
Maker
J. O. Patenaude, I. S. O.
Site Made (City)
Ottawa
Site Made (State)
Ontario
Site Made (Country)
Canada
Dates
1940
Date Remarks
Printed in book
Material
paper: cream, brown
ink: black
Inscriptions
Printed in book: "The // CANADIAN // MOTHER // AND CHILD // BY // ERNEST COUTURE, M. D., // Director of the // CHILD AND MATERNAL HEALTH HYGIENE DIVISION // CANADA // Published by the authority of // The Hon. IAN A. MACKENZIE, Minister of Pensions and National Health // OTTAWA, CANADA"
Permanent Location
Storage Room 2005
2005-3
Dimension Notes
Length 22.9 cm x Width 15.2 cm x Depth 1.3 cm
Condition Remarks
Cover severely ripped; minor oil stains on cover
Copy Type
Original
Reference Types
JPG
Reference Comments
CD #4
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Hints to Mothers On the Treatment of their Children 5th Ed. [booklet]

https://mhc.andornot.com/en/permalink/artifact15377
Dates
1905
1920
circa 1905-1920
Category
Archival Items
Home Health Care
Classification
Archival, Publications
Home Health Care
Paediatrics
Accession Number
019020001 a-b
Description
Small pocket sized softcovered booklet with red paper cover; large sized print with numerous photos of young healthy children; contents include information about childhood illnesses; body of text separated from cover; 59 pages.
Accession Number
019020001 a-b
Author
Steedman's Soothing Powders
Category
Archival Items
Home Health Care
Classification
Archival, Publications
Home Health Care
Paediatrics
MeSH Heading
Pediatrics
Infant Care
Description
Small pocket sized softcovered booklet with red paper cover; large sized print with numerous photos of young healthy children; contents include information about childhood illnesses; body of text separated from cover; 59 pages.
Number Of Parts
2
Part Names
a - cover
b - body of text
Provenance
Transferred as deaccessioned.
Maker
Steedman's Soothing Powders
Site Made (City)
London
Site Made (Country)
England
Dates
1905
1920
circa 1905-1920
Date Remarks
Reference information states the first edition was in published in 1904
Material
paper: cream red
ink: black
Inscriptions
On frontispiece: "HINTS // to // MOTHERS // on the // TREATMENT // of their // CHILDREN // FIFTH EDITION // Printed in Canada"; inside page: "IMPORTANT NOTICE // Steedman's Soothing Powders // have been in use over // 100 years"
Permanent Location
Storage Room 2005
2005-5-6 Assorted Binder B Manuals pg. 13 a
Length
11.0 cm
Width
8.9 cm
Depth
0.5 cm
Unit Of Measure
centimeters
Condition Remarks
Body of booklet separatedCover scuffed, page corners bent; some pages and photographs scribbled over with pencil; couple of minor brown stains
Copy Type
original
Reference Comments
https://wellcomecollection.org/articles/WckzzigAACe3DJPD
https://history.rcplondon.ac.uk/blog/mother-will-make-it-better-targeting-women-healthcare-advertising
Research Facts
Teething was seen as one of the “most perilous transitions” in the 19th century, linked to insomnia and drooling, deafness and epilepsy. Steedman’s Soothing Powders, first made in the early 1800s, fought an intense battle with its rival Stedman’s Teething Powders. Stedman’s adoption of an imitative brand name led to Steedman’s creating its double EE logo to emphasise its originality and distinctiveness. Ironically, neither manufacturer could exploit an ethical advantage in their promotions, as both products contained calomel (mercurous chloride), about which, Bull says, “pages might be written upon the evil effects which have resulted from its indiscriminate use in the nursery”.
Some companies also produced promotional material in the form of reference books aimed at mothers, advising them on the best ways to prevent and treat common childhood ailments. Often this would involve using the company’s own medicines. Adverts and testimonials for these could be found throughout the publications. Here, too, guilt was used to persuade mothers to buy brand name medicines, or to rely on their manufacturers for instruction.
In 1904, John Steedman and Company produced the first edition of their own guide book 'Hints to mothers' on the treatment of their children, claiming inside that:
The greatest of all gifts that the Almighty can bestow upon you is your baby. It is your duty to sacrifice yourself, to give your whole thought to the well being of the charge that is trusted to you.
A range of illnesses are covered in the guides. Many of them are recommended to be treated with Steedman’s Powders, the company’s own product, and the guides also include directions for taking the powders and a caution not to purchase imitation medicines. For more serious conditions, the guides recommend that ‘a medical man should at once be called in’.
Steedman’s ‘Hints to Mothers’ was a popular series, often known simply as ‘the little red book’. It stretched to twenty editions, the last published in 1961, and was also translated into French.
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Hints to Mothers On the Treatment of their Children [booklet]

https://mhc.andornot.com/en/permalink/artifact15378
Dates
1914
Category
Archival Items
Home Health Care
Classification
Archival, Publications
Home Health Care
Paediatrics
Accession Number
019020002 a-b
Description
Small pocket sized softcovered booklet with red paper cover; large sized print with photo of young healthy child; contents include information about childhood illnesses; body of text separated from cover; 55 pages.
Accession Number
019020002 a-b
Author
Steedman's Soothing Powders
Category
Archival Items
Home Health Care
Classification
Archival, Publications
Home Health Care
Paediatrics
MeSH Heading
Pediatrics
Infant Care
Description
Small pocket sized softcovered booklet with red paper cover; large sized print with photo of young healthy child; contents include information about childhood illnesses; body of text separated from cover; 55 pages.
Number Of Parts
2
Part Names
a - cover
b - body of text
Provenance
Transferred as deaccessioned.
Maker
Steedman's Soothing Powders
Site Made (City)
London
Site Made (Country)
England
Dates
1914
Date Remarks
Publication date
Material
paper: cream red
ink: black
Inscriptions
On frontispiece: "HINTS // to // MOTHERS // on the // TREATMENT // of their // CHILDREN // 1914"; inside page: "IMPORTANT NOTICE: further in booklet: "STEEDMAN'S SOOTHING POWDERS // are prepared by // JOHN STEEDMAN & CO. // 272, Walworth Road, London, England, // and sold in in Packets at 1s. 1 1/2d. and // 2s. 9d. each, by all Chemists // and Medicine Vendors in the Kingdom // IMPORTANT NOTICE // Steedman's Soothing Powders contain // no poison or opiate of any description. // CAUTION // Owing to the success of STEEDMAN'S SOOTHING // POWDERS in the treatment of the minor // complaints of children, there have been many // imitations of this valuable medicine. It is // therefore necessary, when purchasing, to // observe that the name Steedman is always spelt // with EE, and pronounced as it is spelt. // N.B. - it is particularly to be observed // that no other Medicine be given while // using thse powders."
Permanent Location
Storage Room 2005
2005-5-6 Assorted Binder B Manuals pg. 13 a
Length
11.0 cm
Width
8.9 cm
Depth
0.5 cm
Unit Of Measure
centimeters
Condition Remarks
Body of booklet separated; cover scuffed; couple of minor brown stains
Copy Type
original
Reference Comments
https://wellcomecollection.org/articles/WckzzigAACe3DJPD
https://history.rcplondon.ac.uk/blog/mother-will-make-it-better-targeting-women-healthcare-advertising
Research Facts
Teething was seen as one of the “most perilous transitions” in the 19th century, linked to insomnia and drooling, deafness and epilepsy. Steedman’s Soothing Powders, first made in the early 1800s, fought an intense battle with its rival Stedman’s Teething Powders. Stedman’s adoption of an imitative brand name led to Steedman’s creating its double EE logo to emphasise its originality and distinctiveness. Ironically, neither manufacturer could exploit an ethical advantage in their promotions, as both products contained calomel (mercurous chloride), about which, Bull says, “pages might be written upon the evil effects which have resulted from its indiscriminate use in the nursery”.
Some companies also produced promotional material in the form of reference books aimed at mothers, advising them on the best ways to prevent and treat common childhood ailments. Often this would involve using the company’s own medicines. Adverts and testimonials for these could be found throughout the publications. Here, too, guilt was used to persuade mothers to buy brand name medicines, or to rely on their manufacturers for instruction.
In 1904, John Steedman and Company produced the first edition of their own guide book 'Hints to mothers' on the treatment of their children, claiming inside that:
The greatest of all gifts that the Almighty can bestow upon you is your baby. It is your duty to sacrifice yourself, to give your whole thought to the well being of the charge that is trusted to you.
A range of illnesses are covered in the guides. Many of them are recommended to be treated with Steedman’s Powders, the company’s own product, and the guides also include directions for taking the powders and a caution not to purchase imitation medicines. For more serious conditions, the guides recommend that ‘a medical man should at once be called in’.
Steedman’s ‘Hints to Mothers’ was a popular series, often known simply as ‘the little red book’. It stretched to twenty editions, the last published in 1961, and was also translated into French.
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Infant Feeding and Management [reference book]

https://mhc.andornot.com/en/permalink/artifact12736
Dates
1923
Collection
Elsie Vercoe Collection
Category
Archival Items
Classification
Archival, Publications
Accession Number
009021005
Description
Paperback reference book with illustrations; discussing the care of infants; topics include human and other milk types, quantities and hours for feeding, minor infant ailments, isolation and disinfection, direct testimony and others; front and back cover has colourful drawings of babies and childre…
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Accession Number
009021005
Collection
Elsie Vercoe Collection
Category
Archival Items
Classification
Archival, Publications
MeSH Heading
Reference Books
Infant Care
Description
Paperback reference book with illustrations; discussing the care of infants; topics include human and other milk types, quantities and hours for feeding, minor infant ailments, isolation and disinfection, direct testimony and others; front and back cover has colourful drawings of babies and children on black background; 116 pages.
Number Of Parts
1
Provenance
Owned by Elsie Vercoe; forwarded to museum by Marie M. McCalden (Power of Attorney)
Maker
Allen & Hanburys Co. Ltd.
Site Made (City)
London
Site Made (Country)
England
Dates
1923
Date Remarks
Printed in book
Material
paper: brown
ink: black, red, orange, blue, green
Inscriptions
Printed in book: "Infant Feeding // By a Succession of Foods // adapted to the Growing Digestive // Powers of the Child // With Notes on // General Management // Allen & Hanburys Ltd. // APRIL, 1923."
Permanent Location
Storage Room 2005
2005-5-6 Binder E 18b
Dimension Notes
Length 19.5 cm x Width 13.5 cm x Depth 0.5 cm
Condition Remarks
Cover ripped; torn away from staples; paper faded
Copy Type
Original
Reference Types
JPG
Reference Comments
CD #4
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