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Real Photo Postcard, Grave of Rev John Williams, Deerfield, Massachusetts

Unmailed, divided back, real photo postcard. Printed between 1925 and 1940.

Photograph of the headstone of Rev. John Williams, died in Deerfield, Massachusetts, 1729.

Rev Williams was help captive by the Mohawk Indian tribe after the Deerfield Massacre and his experiences were inspiration for the novel The Last of the Mohicans. 23 more words


John Knapp Fisher

Born in London, #JohnKnappFisher spent much of his youth in the Kentish countryside. His father was professor of Architecture at the Royal College of Art. John spent a great deal of time painting and drawing alongside is father. 252 more words

Watercolour Paintings

Grave for the Children - Cabinet Card

This image is a cabinet card photograph, a medium popular in the Victorian era.

Photograph depicts a gravestone erected for a couple’s two children, who died at 22 years old and 15 months, and also lists the death date of the mother/wife, at 51 years.



Vintage Photograph - Headstone of Loretta Graves, Whately, Massachusetts

Black and white vintage photograph, measures 3.25″ x 5.5″ There is some residue on the back of the photograph, as if is was housed in an album with black pages… 55 more words


Man in a Cemetery, Wearing a Hat - Real Photo Postcard

Real photo postcard, printed between 1907 and 1914. Un-divided back, unmailed.

Photograph of a man standing on a cemetery road, in front of a large memorial gravestone. 12 more words


Peggy's Grave, Vintage 1920's Cemetery Photograph

Vintage black and white photograph, measures 2.75″ x 4.5″, 1920’s

A photograph of Peggy’s gravestone – There is no late name, only a first name. The date 1926 is visible from behind fresh funeral flowers, and crosses are visible in the background.