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100 years later, Seattle's first world's fair remembered
Live babies were displayed in an early type of incubator. White-uniformed attendants were on hand, and none of the infants — some of whom may have been born prematurely — died during the fair. Babies transitioned to a regular nursery, then graduated, and new babies replaced them; some were foundlings and some may have been adopted during the course of the fair.