from eastern europe, young woman on deathbed

from eastern europe, young woman on deathbed

Old Vintage Post-Mortem Funeral Photo Deceased Woman In Coffin

Old Vintage Post-Mortem Funeral Photo Deceased Woman In Coffin

Neurath Funeral Home. Photo of casket & flowers of boy. An infant lies in a casket surrounded by flowers.            1948-08-24

Neurath Funeral Home. Photo of casket & flowers of boy. An infant lies in a casket surrounded by flowers. 1948-08-24

Post mortem photo - deceased man - memento mori

Funeral album including post mortem photo - deceased man - memento mori - 50s - death, mourning, burial- funeral ephemera

Post mortem photo - deceased man - memento mori

Siblings. Victorian post mortem photography may seem strange, but for some families it was their only opportunity to have a memento of their loved one as photography was expensive at the time. Sometimes the dead were posed as if alive and sometimes are of children and babies due to the high death rate among this group at the time.

Siblings. Victorian post mortem photography may seem strange, but for some families it was their only opportunity to have a memento of their loved one as photography was expensive at the time. Sometimes the dead were posed as if alive and sometimes are of children and babies due to the high death rate among this group at the time.

Memento Mori Victorian Death Photos | Memento Mori: Victorian Death Photos / Little girls mourning their ...

Memento Mori Victorian Death Photos | Memento Mori: Victorian Death Photos / Little girls mourning their ...

Memento Mori: Postmortem Photographs.   This is one of the Charles Van Schaick photographs that was used in the book "Wisconsin Death Trip." It's a portrait of deceased twin infants in coffins: Robert and Janet Fitzpatrick were born on July 5, 1885, and died April 20, 1886. This mourning ritual was widespread in19th-century America - I find it fascinating.

Memento Mori: Postmortem Photographs. This is one of the Charles Van Schaick photographs that was used in the book "Wisconsin Death Trip." It's a portrait of deceased twin infants in coffins: Robert and Janet Fitzpatrick were born on July 5, 1885, and died April 20, 1886. This mourning ritual was widespread in19th-century America - I find it fascinating.

ofpaperandponies:  That light blue background is actually an additional border that the studio attached the photograph to. Attaching the pho...

ofpaperandponies: That light blue background is actually an additional border that the studio attached the photograph to. Attaching the pho...

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