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Better Babies Contests: Eugenics Goes to the Fair

…in the 1920s baby parades evolved into Better Babies Contests, marketed as public health initiatives. At these contests often held in rural fairgrounds, babies would be disrobed, measured, weighed and evaluated for temperament and intelligence. Winning babies might claim titles such as “Heaviest Boy Under 1 Year of Age.

stuffmomnevertoldyou:

Better Babies Contests: Eugenics Goes to the Fair

…in the 1920s baby parades evolved into Better Babies Contests, marketed as public health initiatives. At these contests often held in rural fairgrounds, babies would be disrobed, measured, weighed and evaluated for temperament and intelligence. Winning babies might claim titles such as “Heaviest Boy Under 1 Year of Age.