Close-up of a dead girl’s neck, possibly dressed with medical bandaging.
Memorial service booklet accompanying the post-mortem photo of Edith Mauzy Speiden.
Beautiful 1840s mourning lithograph. This is the same lithograph seen behind the woman in the source image.
A second photo (1/4 tintype) of the “standing” boy, this one showing him lying down, possibly in a church pew.
Original letter accompanying Helen Wiebe’s post-mortem photograph.
Emma Erickson’s funeral hearse, outside of her home.
A close-up of the dead girl with the bandaged throat.
A second photo of the same funeral cross. This one is much larger than the boys’ photo, measuring 6.5″ x 4.25″, and is hand-colored.
A closer view of the object(s) in the crying woman’s hand, which appears to be a carte de visite of a woman.