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Baby Carrier Gallery

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Choose from 10 pictures in our Baby Carrier collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Pinks: nurse and baby, from an untitled series of beauties and flowers, 1812
Pinks: nurse and baby, from an untitled series of beauties and flowers, 1812
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A Hopi Mother, 1921. Creator: Edward Sheriff Curtis
A Hopi Mother, 1921. Creator: Edward Sheriff Curtis
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Baby Carriage, c. 1937. Creator: Edward L Loper
Baby Carriage, c. 1937. Creator: Edward L Loper
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Aymara Indians, ca. 1890-1892. Creator: Unknown
Aymara Indians, ca. 1890-1892. Creator: Unknown
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A Lapland Hut (Aubry de La Mottraye's 'Travels throughout Europe
A Lapland Hut (Aubry de La Mottraye's "Travels throughout Europe
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Musashi: Chofu no Tamagawa, ca. 1833. ca. 1833. Creator: Ando Hiroshige
Musashi: Chofu no Tamagawa, ca. 1833. ca. 1833. Creator: Ando Hiroshige
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A Sioux Cradle and Modes of Carrying Their Children, 1841.Artist: Myers and Co
A Sioux Cradle and Modes of Carrying Their Children, 1841.Artist: Myers and Co
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One year old, 1915
One year old, 1915
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Spanish nurses, 1845. Creator: Smyth
Spanish nurses, 1845. Creator: Smyth
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Print, 19th century. 19th century. Creator: Ando Hiroshige
Print, 19th century. 19th century. Creator: Ando Hiroshige
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Spanish nurses, 1845. Creator: Smyth Featured Image

Spanish nurses, 1845. Creator: Smyth

Spanish nurses, 1845....the best characteristics will be found in the two groups of wet-nurses, of whom there are hundreds in the Prado promenade. " Fat wet-nurses, " says a recent tourist, "from the mountains of Santander, with showy handkerchiefs tied about their heads, tight cloth jackets, and gorgeous laced petticoats, frequent this place with their squalling charges; not to mention the juvenile gambols of a crowd of little angels of both sexes." There is something peculiarly aboriginal in the mode of carrying the child, swung in a sort of fringed cot at the back; it reminds one of the North American Indian custom. This sisterhood of nurses are said to be fast disappearing'. From "Illustrated London News", 1845, Vol VII

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