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Photo, Print, Drawing Handsome Ron - Safe Sleep For Baby Tips.

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Title

  • Handsome Ron - Safe Sleep For Baby Tips.

Names

  • Galbo, Joseph.
  • United States Consumer Product Safety Commission

Created / Published

  • Bethesda, M.D. : U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, 2018-09-13.

Headings

  • -  appliance safety
  • -  fire safety
  • -  home safety
  • -  storm safety
  • -  winter safety

Notes

  • -  "Social Media Specialist: Joseph Galbo; Approved by Director of Communications, Joseph "Joe" Martyak Deputy Director of Communications, Patty Davis; CPSC Chairman Ann Marie Buerkle"
  • -  Transcription of text from image: Handsome Ron's Safe Sleep For Baby Tips. Always lay your baby down to sleep on their back. Remove all pillows and blankets. Keep all cords 3ft away from the crib.

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  • 1 meme : digital, PNG file, color

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Library of Congress Control Number

  • 2019666997

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  • image

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Chicago citation style:

Galbo, Joseph, and United States Consumer Product Safety Commission. Handsome Ron - Safe Sleep For Baby Tips. , 2018. Bethesda, M.D.: U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, -09-13. Photograph. https://www.loc.gov/item/2019666997/.

APA citation style:

Galbo, J. & United States Consumer Product Safety Commission. (2018) Handsome Ron - Safe Sleep For Baby Tips. , 2018. Bethesda, M.D.: U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, -09-13. [Photograph] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2019666997/.

MLA citation style:

Galbo, Joseph, and United States Consumer Product Safety Commission. Handsome Ron - Safe Sleep For Baby Tips. Bethesda, M.D.: U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, -09-13. Photograph. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/2019666997/>.