Hello. I am putting together a scrapbook of "quadruplet" items for my 2-year-old quadruplet nieces and nephews. I have acquired a very old 1890's advertisement for baby food purportedly written by the father, an "E. T. Page of Ingersoll, Texas." The advertisement states that the quadruplet girls were born on January 10, 1890. As you can imagine, quadruplets were very rare at the time, and it was even more rare for them to survive more than a few days or weeks. I have no other information on this set of quads (the first known set of U.S. quadruplets to survive to and through adulthood were the Keys quadruplets of Oklahoma). Any information anyone can provide me about the Page quadruplets of Ingersoll, Texas would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!