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HomeContents > Death, post-mortem, memorial portraiture and memento mori

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399.01   Nineteenth century post-mortem and memento mori
399.02   Post-mortem and memento mori photographs of babies and children
399.03   Daguerreotypes: Post-mortem portraits
Carte de visites
399.04   Carte de visites: Post-mortem portraits
399.05   Carte de visites: Memorial portraits
Cabinet cards
399.06   Cabinet cards: Post-mortem portraits
399.07   Cabinet cards: Memorial portraits
Spirit photography
399.08   Abraham Lincoln as a returning spirit
Marketing death
399.09   Marketing: Chase's Daguerreotype Rooms, Boston (1846)
399.10   Marketing: John A. Whipple, 96 Washington St., Boston (1848)
399.11   Marketing: J.V.R. Schuyler, Ithaca, NY (1853)
399.12   Marketing: Root's Daguerrean Gallery (1853)
399.13   Combining a daguerreotype with a miniature to create a painting (1848)
399.14   Elliott and Fry during the First World War - portraits often gain a mournful interest (1917)
Reminiscences of photographing the dead
399.15   Ghastly Photographic Experiences (1882)
399.16   Southworth and Hawes: Mount Auburn Cemetery
Photographs on graves
399.17   Photograph of the deceased on a grave at a cemetery in Yokohama, Japan (1881)
Notable deaths
399.18   François Aubert: The execution of Emperor Maximilian
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