Parenthood in Early Twentieth-Century America

Parenthood in Early Twentieth-Century America Project (PETCAP), 1900-1944,  comprises transcriptions of original handwritten and published materials relating to infant and child care dating from the turn of the century into World War II. There are three types of data in the collection: (1) popular magazine articles, (2) letters to educator and author Angelo Patri (1876-1965) and his replies, and (3) letters to the United States Children’s Bureau, along with the Bureau’s replies.

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