Guide to the Life of a Toddler in California Photograph Album MC328
University of California, Davis Library, Dept. of Special Collections
1st Floor, Shields Library, University of California
100 North West Quad
Davis, CA 95616-5292
Language of Material: English
Contributing Institution: University of California, Davis Library, Dept. of Special Collections
Title: Life of a Toddler in California Photograph Album
Identifier/Call Number: MC328
Physical Description: 1 item About 40 die cut style photos, 100 photos measuring 1 x 1 inch - 2.5 x 2.5 inches, and 49 photos measuring 3 x 3 inches - 3 x 5 inches. Dark green cloth album covers; stiff cardstock album leaves; photos are glued onto leaves.
Date (inclusive): circa 1918-1920
Abstract: Approximately 189 silver gelatin photos depicting the life of a toddler in California.
Physical Location: Researchers should contact Archives and Special Collections to request collections, as many are stored offsite.
This album was likely created by a dedicated parent wanting to capture every aspect of their cheerful toddler's first years. The album depicts a smiley baby from about 1 to 3 years of age. Although most of the shots depict the child starting to walk, playing with animals, riding a miniscule bike and sitting atop cars, there are a few images of note. Three photos depict a group of women wearing facemasks. There are also 4 photos depicting a parade with elephants, camels and an ornate carriage, and 3 photos depicting an early 20th century propeller airplane.
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[Identification of item], Life of a Toddler in California Photograph Album, MC328, Archives and Special Collections, UC Davis Library, University of California, Davis.
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Subjects and Indexing Terms
Children -- California -- Pictorial works
Michael and Margaret B. Harrison Western Research Center