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  • Kathy Findley

    The Gerber Baby Photo. Dorothy Hope Smith, Illustrator

  • Mary Phillips

    Gerber Baby icon --- had me convinced that I had to buy baby food instead of making my own. (A shame!)

  • Dianne Ellinger

    Gerber Baby --Portrait Of Ann Turner Cook (aka Gerber Baby) Gerber started using this for their brand in 1931

  • Ms B's-Mar

    Dorothy Hope Smith, Illustrator This was called the Gerber baby, that represented the Gerber Baby foods. I had a rubber doll back in the 1950's. It was my favorite doll!

  • Carol Howell

    Gerber Baby, Ann Turner Cook Illustrated by Dorothy Hope Smith (1895-1955) Official trademark of Gerber Foods since 1931. Cutest baby ever!

  • Cheyanne Cortez

    Gerber Baby is a GIRL! Despite the rumor, Humphrey Bogart is not the iconic Gerber Baby - it is Ann Turner Cook! Illustrator Dorothy Ann Smith drew her neighbor's beautiful and happy baby for the Gerber Baby contest in 1928. The simple charcoal sketch won and became the official Gerber trademark in 1931!!

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The Gerber Baby~ Gerber baby food company held a contest in 1928 to find an adorable new face for its new ad campaign. Artist Dorothy Hope Smith's sketch won, but the baby's name was a secret until 1978 when Ann Turner Cook announced that she was the famous baby.

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Later as a young adult, I sang this to all three of my children when they were babies. Where did all that time go?

Ann Cook -The Gerber Baby. Baby Ann at 4 months old....Drawn and submitted by neighbor Dorothy Hope Smith to the Gerber Company in 1927 .

flower rattle: I can remember this from waaaaay back when i was tiny!