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The Iowa Homemaker

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Within comparatively recent years parents have come to look upon the child's play and his toys with the respect to which they, as stimulators of healthy mental and physical growth, are entitled. Heretofore, children had toys, it is true, but they evolved from necessity, not wisdom. The child had to do something, said the parent, so he was given a rattle, a ball, a doll and a wagon, without much thought as to their respective uses.

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