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Your Child and You by Sidonie Gruenberg

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Your Child and You by Sidonie Gruenberg who wrote many books and articles on child development.
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Your Child and You by Sidonie Gruenberg who wrote many books and articles on child development.

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Bird Stein Gans

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Cofounder and leader the Society for the Study of Child Nature, Bird Stien Gans (1868-1944).

Image courtesy of The Smithsonian Institution.

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Cofounder and leader the Society for the Study of Child Nature, Bird Stien Gans (1868-1944).

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Elizabeth D.A. Cohen

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Doctor Elizabeth D.A. Cohen (1820-1921).

From the National Library of Medicine.

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Doctor Elizabeth D.A. Cohen (1820-1921).

From the National Library of Medicine.

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Advertisement for Goldie Blox.
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Miriam Finn Scott

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"Tell Me a Mitzi," by Lore Segal

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Tell Me a Mitzi, by Lore Segal, originally published in 1970.
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Tell Me a Mitzi, by Lore Segal, originally published in 1970.

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