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Joseph Parrish – Photographs of Inmates of the Imbecile Asylum – DRTENGE

Joseph Parrish – Photographs of Inmates of the Imbecile Asylum – DRTENGE civil war era fashion

I just love these pictures. Makes me wonder about what life was like, their thoughts, dreams.

the child on the left is definitely propped up by a stand but both girls hands are discolored and eyes look painted making me think both are deceased

Memento Mori - both ladies are deceased

This site exists to discredit the idea of the Victorian standing post mortem photo. Post mortem photos do exist, but none of them are stand alone.

Nice variety of printed cotton (and possibly wool) used in dresses. Late 1850's to early 1860's.

A wonderful picture: all that printed material has to date to the Mother could really sew, and those store-bought belts must have been highly prized by the girls.

2 Pretty Little Girls~Matching Dresses~Civil War Era CDV Photo~Brookville PA | eBay

CDV of two young siblings wearing matching dresses and pinner aprons. Each girl is wearing her hair in the fashion of Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland~Brookville PA

8 by 10 Civil War Photo Print Girl in Gorgeous Dress | eBay

8 by 10 Civil War Photo Print Girl in Gorgeous Dress

GIRLS CIVIL WAR, | eBay - amazing soutache

4 Prints Civil War Era Photo Prints Young Girls, Little Sisters in Collectibles, Photographic Images, Vintage & Antique Other Antique Photographs

16 Creepy Mugshots of 1800’s Insane Asylum Patients

These Photographic Portraits Of Victorian Mental Institution Patients Will Give You Chills [Photos]

Portraits from Suffolk County Lunatic Asylum taken by Dr Hugh Welch Diamond who believed photos could help 'cure' patients | Daily Mail Online

Harrowing portraits from Victorian lunatic asylum

These haunting portraits captured by Dr Hugh Welch Diamond between 1848 and 1858 give an insight into the lives of the women forced to live out their years at Suffolk County Lunatic Asylum.

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