Browse Items (24 total)

  • Subject is exactly "Funeral Decorations"

A. P. Ottey, deceased

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Location: Media (Pa.)
Date: 1890-1900
Staged in baby carriage in parlor; with flowers

Ash, Matthew, flowers

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Address: Not Known
Date: 1892

Baldwin flowers

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Address: Not Known
Date: 1895
Flowers spell out “Wardle”. According to Media Cemetery records, this would probably be Wardle E. Baldwin, born 1894, died 1895.

Bean baby, dead, in coffin

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Address: Not Known
Date: 1905-02-18

Campbell flowers

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Address: Not Known
Date: 1905-04-07
"Father"

Floral apron

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Address: Not Known
Date: 1890-1900
Flowers form the numbers 298

Friends of Village View, flowers

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Address: Not Known
Date: 1900-1908
Village View was a neighborhood in Upper Providence Township adjacent to Media, Pa.

Fussell, Mrs. Maria, in coffin, deceased

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Location: Media (Pa.)
Date: 1897
Wife of Henry Bartholomew Fussell. Maria Douglass Fussell, 8/5/1822-9/11/1897, Media Cemetery, information from findagrave.com

Henderson, funeral flowers

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Address: Not Known
Date: 1890-1900
Probably related to AP-5306, but not the same flowers. In this photo the background buildings are masked out. Compare to AP-5063-4. Senders of flowers include: "Employees American Office," and "H 6", which would be Company H, 6th Regiment of the…

Henderson, funeral flowers

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Address: Not Known
Date: 1890-1900
Possibly related to AP-5306, but not the same flowers.

Henderson, W. H., flowers

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Date: 1901-07-10
Henderson is buried in Media Cemetery, but the date on photo precedes Henderson’s death, as reported in the newspaper, by five weeks. Either date is wrong or this picture shows the flowers of another person.

Henry flowers

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Address: Not Known
Date: 1890-1900
Lilies of the valley and calla lilies

Horne, flowers, wet plate

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Address: Not Known
Date: 1867-1877
Probably flowers for the funeral of one of the photographer's grandparents or parents. "Wet plate" refers to the photographic process used to capture the image. This is possibly a copy from a tintype.

Irving grave, with flowers, at Media Cemetery.

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Date: 1900-1905
Media Cemetery identified as location from Mary W. Thorn gravestone in background. This grave could be for Henry Baker Irving (died 1900) or Laura E. Irving (died 1903).

Matheus Grave, with floral decorations, 1895

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Address: Not Known
Date: 1895
Fresh grave, with floral decoration reading 'Baby" - appears to be in open field, not in public cemetery

Mrs. Daht Green, dead

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Date: 1906-02-09

Plum Street baby, dead, in coffin

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Location: Media (Pa.)
Date: 1906 (circa)

Rickabaugh flowers

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Address: Not Known
Date: 1903 (circa)

Rogers' grave etc. with flowers, at Media Cemetery.

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Date: 1895-1900
Entrance off N. Orange St., between Kirk La. and Rose Tree Rd. See also AP-5064. The Smedley family intermarried with the Rogers family. This is probably the grave of Ellen Jane Smedley Rogers who died 18 Oct 1899.

Rogers' grave, with boy in sailor's suit by grave in Media Cemetery

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Date: 1890-1900
Entrance off N. Orange St., between Kirk La. and Rose Tree Rd. See notes and second photo at AP-5181

Rogers' grave, with flowers and boy in sailor's suit at grave, in Media Cemetery.

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Date: 1895-1900
Entrance off N. Orange St., between Kirk La. and Rose Tree Rd. See also AP-5064. The Smedley family intermarried with the Rogers family. This is probably the grave of Ellen Jane Smedley Rogers who died 18 Oct 1899.

Young flowers

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Address: Not Known
Date: 1900 (circa)
Flowers spell "Sister". Deceased person in coffin.