Answered By: Colleen Bryant Last Updated: Jul 26, 2016 Views: 57
Look at the electronic resource Twentieth century advice literature [electronic resource] : North American guides on race, sex, gender, and the family.
For women's magazines in the time period you're researching look at Zuckerman's A history of popular women's magazines in the United States, 1792-1995?
Reader's Guide Retrospectve indexes popular magazines from 1890 - 1982.
The online resource Everyday life & women in America [electronic resource] : c.1820-1900 should be useful as well.
Using the Advanced HOLLIS+ Search, you can search keywords such as "infant feeding" and limit the publication dates or for histories try "breastfeeding--history" and "bottle feeding--history."