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Child with Book

Date: September 30 1988
Description: Young girl holding a book about child care written by Dr. Benjamin Spock, M.D. She is holding the book upside down.
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Children's Baseball Team

Date: May 31 1979
Description: Young female baseball/softball team and young boys of opposing team sit on the sidelines. The girls are holding a sign that reads "Girls do it better."
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Girl with Bubbles

Date: September 30 1984
Description: A young girl playing with soap bubbles outdoors.
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Sleepover

Date: June 21 1967
Description: Young female children celebrate a sleepover while four girls in bed watch another girl toss a pillow in the air. They are smiling gleefully while the pill...
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Four Infants in Incubators

Date: December 26 1957
Description: Newborn infants lie in incubators sleeping.
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Ethnic Pride Day

Date: March 19 1989
Description: Children celebrating their heritage during Ethnic Pride Day at Our Savior's Lutheran Church Hall, 3022 West Wisconsin Avenue. The celebration, which highl...
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Reading the Story of the Nativity

Date: 1953
Description: Two young children relax in their pajamas while reading "A Child's Story of the Nativity."
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Reflections in Water

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Description: Two girls look into the water at their reflections as they lay sprawled on a wooden pier.
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Mother and Children with Typewriter

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Description: A woman and two small boys are sitting at a typewriter in the kitchen.
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Party Time

Date: April 08 1971
Description: Party hats with rabbit ears are the headgear of choice at a childrens' party. A woman is in deep conversation with one child while the others enjoy cookie...
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Girls Dressed Up for Town

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Description: A group of girls gathers on a wooden walkway in the central business district.
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Twins Enjoy Suckers

Date: July 21 1958
Description: Three-year-old twins at an annual twins picnic licking lollipops.
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Portrait of Two Young Children

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Description: Studio portrait of two children in front of a painted backdrop. The infant is seated on a stool, and a young girl is standing on a platform.
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Girls Playing Dress Up

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Description: Two young girls dressed up as women in front of a photographer's backdrop. The girl on the left holds a doll while the girl on the right pushes her doll in...
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Child in Decorated Baby Carriage

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Description: Photographic postcard of a young, smiling child sitting in a baby carriage covered in flowers.
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Three Children Holding Flags

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Description: Photographic postcard of three young children standing on a porch, each holding an American Flag. They are wearing dresses, stockings and shoes. Two are gi...
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Studio Portrait of Two Girls in a Boat

Date: 1878
Description: Carte-de-visite of a studio portrait of two girls posed in a small "boat" in front of a painted backdrop. They are wearing fancy dresses, and one girl hold...
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Children with Musical Instruments

Date: 1930
Description: A full-length studio portrait of four children holding musical instruments, a violin, two clarinets and a trumpet. The youngest is seated in a chair. The t...
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Four Girls Pose Outdoors

Date: 1930
Description: Four young girls pose outside of Witt's photography studio. They are wearing dresses. Two of the girls have jackets, and three of them have hair bows.
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Brotherly Love

Date: January 1977
Description: A boy is blowing warm air on his little brother's hands to warm them up. They are standing on ice at James Madison Park. In the background are boats pulled...

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