Baby in a walker, c.1905

Baby in a walker, c.1905

From the Library of Congress database, copyright by W.A. Pixley, with the caption “learning to walk”.

Source: [reproduction no.LC-USZ62-92188]

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5 Responses to Baby in a walker, c.1905

  1. It looks a lot like a medieval torture device.

  2. Gypsy Bev says:

    What! No padding. But they survived just fine. Cute baby!

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