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Manager, Mr. E.M. Bayliss and nurses attending babies in the Baby Incubator exhibit on the Pike at the 1904 World's Fair. ©Missouri History Museum

Bayliss and nurses attending babies in the Baby Incubator exhibit on the Pike at the 1904 World's Fair. ©Missouri History Museum- how far we have come!

SEPT 7th Inventions, science and history. Enjoy...

Incubator used for a baby for the first time. baby Edith Eleanor McLean was placed in the incubator at State Emigrant Hospital on Ward’s Island, NY. image: First Baby Placed in Incubator - Tech Day Camp

Image from Woman in Girlhood, Wifehood, & Motherhood, by Dr. Myer Solid-Cohen, 1906.

Image from Woman in Girlhood, Wifehood, & Motherhood, by Dr.

Baby incubator, World's Fair 1904

Nurse with an infant in the Baby Incubator exhibit on the Pike at the St. Louis 1904 World's Fair.

Baby in warmwater-couveuse / Baby in warm water incubator by Nationaal Archief, via Flickr

Baby in warmwater-couveuse / Baby in warm water incubator by Nationaal Archief If it wasn't for these intelligent wonderful people inventing the incubator my son probably wouldn't be here today.

Sisters of Bon Secours. The nursing cap was designed after a nun's habit to pay homage to the work nun's did caring for the sick and poor.

Sisters of Bon Secours. The nursing cap was designed after a nun's habit to pay homage to the work nun's did caring for the sick and poor. Infant cribs like I first used.

๑ Nineteen Fourteen ๑ historical happenings, fashion, art & style from a century ago - 1914, Baby Incubator

๑ Nineteen Fourteen ๑ historical happenings, fashion, art & style from a century ago - Baby Incubator

Nurse caring for a premature infant, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, 1970. From Intensive Hospital Based Care of Infants in Twentieth Century America on the Bates Center's Nursing, History and Healthcare website.

Nurse caring for a premature infant, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, circa From Intensive Hospital Based Care of Infants in Twentieth Century America on the Bates Center's Nursing, History and Healthcare website.