1950s "Baby Day"

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1950s "Baby Day"

By: Lori Williamson | Item of the Day | April 7, 2022

All this week we are celebrating the National Archives' release of the 1950 Federal Census by focusing on items from the 1950s in the MNHS collection!

This photo is labeled as "Baby Day," at Westminster Presbyterian Chinese Sunday School, Minneapolis, in 1950. It was taken by Bing Wong. 
To see a list of the names of people in the photo, visit:
http://collections.mnhs.org/cms/display?irn=10778557&return=brand%3Dmhs%26imagesonly%3Dyes%26q%3Dbaby%26yearrange%3D1950-1959