Front of baby incubator building
The Baby Incubators were among the scientific concessions of the Pike. They were an actual demonstration of the progress that has been made in caring for the undeveloped baby. The incubators were square metal-framed, glass-sided boxes, in which the infant could be seen in its battle for life. A temperature of ninety degrees was maintained within the incubator, which was kept constantly supplied with fresh air. This interesting concession was organized and successfully managed by E.M. Bayliss.