Wee babbies

This week’s Sepia Saturday prompt is a baby in the pram, and since I can hardly resist cute babies, I have a plethora of options for this post!

“Robert Teel Bowens age 5 mo”

This one features a little girl and her doll in the buggy.

This one is an AZO Real Photo postcard with the arrows pointing upward so can be dated between 1904-1918. The note on the back says “This is Mrs. Stancoffs baby’s picture she is sending you. She is going to Ark. Wed. to stay a month while they plaster their other 3 rooms. She has a girl all the time.”

This one says “Edna and Bennie in Edna baby dress and her baby doll, June 1918.”

Perambulate on over

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17 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. mousleyka
    Jul 13, 2012 @ 18:00:16

    Robert Teel Bowens, born 23 Apr 1916 in Jackson county, Iowa, was the son of Robt Andrew Bowen and Dovie M Teel. He died in Orange county, California on 27 Mar 1994. He moved to California before 1940.

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  2. Sheila @ A Postcard a Day
    Jul 14, 2012 @ 04:14:53

    The wickerwork prams look so attractive. I don’t suppose they were particularly practical, though.

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  3. Wendy
    Jul 14, 2012 @ 04:25:02

    Today’s carriages and strollers just don’t have the character that the old ones do.

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    • Mrs Marvel
      Jul 14, 2012 @ 11:06:19

      There are a few that have the character but they are so expensive only celebrities can afford them!

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  4. postcardy
    Jul 14, 2012 @ 12:06:03

    I especially like the last photo with the two girls and a doll.

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  5. Little Nell
    Jul 14, 2012 @ 12:34:34

    These are all lovely,but I too like the last one best of all.

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  7. Brett Payne
    Jul 14, 2012 @ 16:05:35

    “Robert Teel Bowens” “Dovie M Teel” – what magnificent names, even though his pram looks more like a covered wheelchair.

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  8. Far Side of Fifty Photos
    Jul 14, 2012 @ 17:53:16

    Great selection of prams! :)

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  9. Bob Scotney
    Jul 15, 2012 @ 00:23:15

    There’s that wicker pram again; they are new to me this week. Great pram collection.

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  10. TICKLEBEAR
    Jul 15, 2012 @ 01:53:21

    Indeed, quite the collection!!
    :)
    HUGZ

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  11. Sharon
    Jul 15, 2012 @ 03:45:13

    The last one is also my favourite. I love what they are wearing, the dolls pram and the lovely garden in the background.

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  12. Jo
    Jul 15, 2012 @ 03:55:28

    What a wide variety of pram photos you have. Some of the prams look as though they were very heavy (with or without a passenger) – the Mums must have had quite a workout going uphill :-) Jo

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  13. Kathy Matthews
    Jul 15, 2012 @ 12:17:59

    “She has a girl all the time.” LOL … must be why her husband keeps wanting another baby, trying for a boy. These are wonderful postcards, and I really like the last one with the two little girls. Great post!

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  14. Mike Brubaker
    Jul 15, 2012 @ 19:41:17

    A splendid collection! This weekend’s theme will undoubtedly spike Google’s search engine on “prams”.

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