Sadly, it turns out to be a lot easier to find an image of my antique stroller on the Internet than the details of R. V. Anderson's life. It's $94.95 on eBay! The stroller is one of a number of baby-related science and technology stories this month. It's a bit weird, but since the papers first noticed the boom in births in the mid-war years, stories explicitly about the Baby Boom have largely vanished from the press. Everyone is a lot more worried about the "baby bust" driving down enrollments in colleges and universities. The exception is that the need to expand primary and secondary schools gets attention. I don't really have anything profound to say about that, because it seems in line with the increasingly racist and patriarchal spirit of the early Fifties that is going to start taking it in the chin with the Beatniks and Brown vs. Board of Education in a few years.