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Here's a major historical WTF ... This was in Popular Science Monthly circa 1923. Thanks to an English invention, babies are given fresh air in metal cages which are designed to attach to the outside window of a high-rise building with (only) the help of two iron poles. ~~~ Gee, wonder why this practice didn't keep? Yikes!

Baby Cage Window, used to give babies fresh air and sunlight, 1937

Imagine the response to this today! “Lady, is this your litter?” The park baby cage (1969)

Fifty years later, this guy probably sued Big Tobacco, and his mother - who had never felt over-smoked - was probably on one of those PSAs showing off her tracheotomy and voice box.

circa 1910- double bicycle with a baby carrier...Nothing to keep the baby from rolling out!

MOMA- Woman Holding Baby Before Sculpture and Drawings on Wall] Unknown Artist Date:1900s–1910s Medium: Gelatin silver print Dimensions: 16.5 x 11.6 cm (6 1/2 x 4 9/16 in.) Classification: Photographs Credit Line: Walker Evans Archive, 1994 Accession Number: 1994.263.175

Louise Joy Brown (born 25 July 1978) is the first person to have been conceived by in vitro fertilization, or IVF. She weighed 5 pounds, 12 oz. Her parents, Lesley and John Brown, had been trying to conceive for nine years. They faced complications of blocked fallopian tubes. Although the media referred to Brown as a "test tube baby", her conception actually took place in a petri dish.

+~+~ Vintage Photograph ~+~+ Summertime and a boy cools off on an ice truck. Boston ~ 1937.

You mean Jimi wasn`t born with a guitar in his hands ??? Early 1940s: Baby Jimi Hendrix