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Outdoor play is common, yet often more difficult to document. Children play outside in many ways, often improvising or imagining toys or making do with household artifacts. At the age of five, Wendy Tribelhorn and her neighbor Philip Wise ran and jumped through the spray from the Tribelhorn's lawn sprinkler--a very common type of summertime play. Her father photographed the children at play.
|Credit Line||Gift of William J. Tribelhorn|
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