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Baby Products. Research Magazine Advertisement Collections. The Best Resource on the Net of Vintage Ads! Planning for a baby? Then I'm sure by now you've been shopping for all the new products needed for the care and comfort of your new arrival! In these modern times mothers have an unlimited number of gizmos and gadgets available to help them rear a happy and healthy baby.
But, have you ever thought about the products that were used in the "old days"? Lets begin with feeding. Did you know that in 1895 The Gotham Company sold a "naturally" shaped glass bottle complete with the pure gum "Clingfast" Nipple. They claimed "The Best Nurser" prevents wind-colic and bowel trouble.
By 1950 Hygeia (famous for over 50 years) offered America's First wide mouth glass bottle. Two styles: Standard with pull-on nipple and Screw Top. And in 1958 you could sterilize bottles and formula the "modern" Hankscraft way!
Speaking of formula, in the 1940s the National Dairy Products Corporation introduced Formulac, a new milk based infant food. Ok now its bath time, so don't forget your No More Tears Johnson's Baby Shampoo. And be sure you have a generous supply of Curity Cloth Diapers, Mennen Borated Talcum Powder and your choice of waterproof baby pants by Koroseal, Playtex or Royal Archer.
Keep your little one snug and warm all through he night in Denton Sleepers made of cotton and wool or Carter's Knit Sleepers for boys and girls. Time for a nap? I did mean for baby. Well, in 1905 you could protect your baby in a Foster Accident Proof Crib. Even then they knew to make spindles to close for baby to put its head through.
And in 1918 you could buy the folding Kiddie-Koop (crib, playpen and bassinet combined). 1925. Planning to drive to the store for supplies? Then you will need the Gordon Motor Crib which conveniently attaches to the back of drivers seat.
Back home in 1893 its playtime, hope you have the Baby's Delight Machine, put in your baby and he bobs up and down by his own effort; he cannot fall out or tip over. Naturally, the products I've mentioned are but a few that were and still are available for your youngster.
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