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Every two hours for the first twenty-four, they were fed water sweetened with corn syrup. By the second day they were moved to a slightly larger laundry basket and kept warm with hot-water bottles.
They were watched constantly and often had to be roused. They were then fed with "seven-twenty" formula: cow's milk, boiled water, two spoonfuls of corn syrup, and one or two drops of rum for a stimulant. News of the unusual birth spread quickly, sparked by Oliva's brother's inquiry to the local newspaper editor about how much he would charge for an announcement of five babies at a single birth. Before long, people from all over North America were offering assistance.
Individuals sent supplies and well-meant advice a famous letter from Appalachia recommends tiny doses of burnt rye whiskey to prevent diarrhoea ;  one hospital sent two incubators. Oliva Dionne was approached by fair exhibitors for Chicago 's Century of Progress exhibition within days of the girls' birth, seeking to put the quintuplets on display and show them to the world.
At the time it was not unusual for so-called "incubator babies" to be displayed at fairs and other exhibitions. Dafoe, and the family priest, Father Daniel Routhier. Although Oliva Dionne revoked the contract only days later citing that his wife, Elzire Dionne, did not sign it and therefore it didn't make the contract valid, the Tour Bureau claimed otherwise.
On approximately July 27, the first guardianship bill was signed. Oliva and Elzire Dionne signed custody of the quintuplets over to the Red Cross for a period of two years to protect them from this contract and in return the Red Cross would cover all medical costs. This included the nurses' wages, supplies, and ensuring that enough breast milk was being shipped to the hospital. They also oversaw the building of a hospital built specifically for the Dionne quintuplets. The Premier of Ontario at the time, Mitchell Hepburn, used the Dionne vaudeville trip as an excuse to extend the guardianship.
He claimed that they must save the babies from further exploitation and, in March , pushed the Dionne Quintuplets Act through government that officially made the girls Wards of the Crown and extended guardianship to the age of eighteen. Although Oliva Dionne had a seat on the Board of Guardians, he rarely attended meetings as he felt his vote wouldn't matter against the other three guardians: Dr.
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The stated reason for removing the quintuplets from their parents' legal custody was to ensure their survival and protection from promoters. The government realized there was enormous public interest in the sisters and proceeded to engender a tourist industry around them. Across the road from their birthplace, the Dafoe Hospital and Nursery was built for the five girls and their new caregivers.
The girls were moved from the farmhouse to this nursery on September 21, and lived there until they were nine years old. It was surrounded by a covered arcade, which allowed tourists to observe the sisters behind one-way screens. The facility was funded by a Red Cross fundraiser. It was a nine-room nursery with a staff house nearby. The staff house held the three nurses and the three police in charge of guarding them, while a housekeeper and two maids lived in the main building with the quintuplets.
The buildings were surrounded by a seven-foot 2. The sisters were brought to the playground for thirty minutes two or three times a day. The Dionne sisters were constantly tested, studied, and examined, with records being taken of everything. While living at the compound, they had a somewhat rigid lifestyle. They were not required to participate in chores and were privately tutored in the same building where they lived. Cared for primarily by nurses, they had limited exposure to the world outside the boundaries of the compound except for the daily rounds of tourists, who, from the sisters' point of view, were generally heard but not seen.
Every morning they dressed together in a big bathroom, had doses of orange juice and cod-liver oil, and then went to have their hair curled. They then said a prayer, a gong was sounded, and they ate breakfast in the dining room. After thirty minutes, they had to clear the table. They then went and played in the sunroom for thirty minutes, took a fifteen-minute break, and at nine o'clock had their morning inspection with Dr.
Every month they had a different timetable of activities. They bathed every day before dinner and put on their pyjamas. Dinner was served at precisely six o'clock. They then went into the quiet playroom to say their evening prayers. Each girl had a colour and a symbol to mark whatever belonged to her.
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Approximately 3, people per day visited the observation gallery that surrounded the outdoor playground to view the Dionne sisters. Ample parking was provided and almost 3,, people walked through the gallery between and Oliva Dionne ran a souvenir shop and a woolen store opposite the nursery and the area acquired the name "Quintland". The souvenirs, picturing the five sisters, included autographs and framed photographs, spoons, cups, plates, plaques, candy bars, books, postcards, and dolls. Amelia Earhart also visited Callander just six weeks before her ill-fated flight in The sisters, their likenesses and images, along with Dr.
Dafoe, were used to publicize commercial products including Karo corn syrup and Quaker Oats. They increased the sales of condensed milk, toothpaste, disinfectant, and many other products through their promotions. The Dionne girls starred in three Hollywood feature films, which were essentially fictionalised versions of their story.
They played the 'Wyatt Quintuplets' in all three films:. In the first two films, the Dionne quintuplets didn't so much act as simply appear. Their scenes were filmed at Quintland in Callander, and largely consisted of them playing and interacting with each other, as one would expect of normal 2- and 4-year-old children.
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Both films concentrated more on telling the fictionalized story of the heroic doctor who delivered the Wyatts and took care of them, than it did on the Wyatt quintuplets themselves. The Dionne quintuplets also appeared in numerous newsreels and a short documentary film called Five Times Five in This film was nominated for an Oscar in Fitzpatrick's Traveltalks Land of the Quintuplets shortly before they were returned to their parents.
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