Fischer, Mary Ann; Bird, John
May 1964
Saturday Evening Post;5/2/1964, Vol. 237 Issue 17, p18
Focuses on the quintuplets of Andrew J. Fischer and Mary Ann Fischer in Aberdeen, South Dakota. Joy for parents; Odds against their survival; Health of children; Photographs of quintuplets; Visit of people around to see these children; Problems for parents; Space in their house; Description of the habits of these infants.


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