Studies in Crap: Our Babies, Their Feeding, Care and Training

By ALAN SCHERSTUHL

Each Thursday, your Crap Archivist brings you the finest in forgotten and bewildering crap culled from area basements, thrift stores, estate sales and flea markets. He does this for one reason: Knowledge is power.

Our Babies: Their Feeding, Care, and Training

Author: Dr. Herman N. Bundesen

Date: 1941

Discovered at: Kansas City, Missouri, estate sale

Representative Quotes:

page 47: “Clothing is put on the baby to protect him from cold, dampness and injury, and to keep him comfortable.”

page 51: “The bowel movement in a soiled diaper should be removed at once by shaking it into the toilet. The diaper, whether soiled with stool or urine, should then be rinsed in the toilet (if it flushes) by dipping it up and down several times.”

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