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The Funeral of Chrysostum

AHarlot's Progress, Plate 6 [Her funeral]

AHarlot's Progress, Plate 6 [Her funeral]

Order of Procession, for the Funeral of the late Governor Hancock. Boston

Funeral pyre set afire by male servant in white dhoti, 5 seated servants observing

Funeral pyre set afire by male servant in white dhoti, 5 seated servants observing

The Funeral Procession of a distinguished Person of Congo.

Funeral passing over the sacred Lake of the Dead, and its arrival at the tomb on the other side. Thebes.

Funeral of Col. Ellsworth, East Room, White House, Washigton, D.C., 10[:00] a.m.; 25 May ['61]

Funeral Services for Miss Lula Smith

The Funeral of President Lincoln, New-York, April 25th, 1865.

Funeral Services for Miss Lula Smith

The Funeral of President Lincoln, New-York, April 25th, 1865.

Funeral Services for Miss Lula Smith

Presbyterian church, Sag-Harbor [Sag Harbor], N. Y. Funeral obsequies of President Garfield, September 19th, 1881.

Presbyterian church, Sag-Harbor [Sag Harbor], N. Y. Funeral obsequies of President Garfield, September 19th, 1881.

Funeral obsequies of President Garfield, September 19th, 1881. Presbyterian church, Sag-Harbor [Sag Harbor], N. Y.

Funeral obsequies of President Garfield, September 19th, 1881. Presbyterian church, Sag-Harbor [Sag Harbor], N. Y.

View of Clock made of flowers at Funeral of Rev. W.H. Ferris, Matteawan, N.Y.

View of Clock made of flowers at Funeral of Rev. W.H. Ferris, Matteawan, N.Y.

DINNER TO THE CROWNED HEADS,WHO CAME TO THE CZAR'S FATHER FUNERAL; [held by] CZAR NIKOLAS [at] ?

DINNER TO THE CROWNED HEADS,WHO CAME TO THE CZAR'S FATHER FUNERAL; [held by] CZAR NIKOLAS [at] ?

DINNER [TRIP OF PRESIDENT MC KINLEY TO PATERSON FOR FUNERAL OF VICE PRESIDENT HOBART] [held by] PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD DINING CARS [at] [EN ROUTE TO PATERSON] (RR;)

A State Funeral, San Juan, Porto Rico.

DINNER [TRIP OF PRESIDENT MC KINLEY TO PATERSON FOR FUNERAL OF VICE PRESIDENT HOBART] [held by] PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD DINING CARS [at] [EN ROUTE TO PATERSON] (RR;)

Funeral procession (continues): dancing men, porters carrying a chest with the belongings of the deceased (upper register); Renni's mummy and scene of "opening the mouth" (middle register); Seven jars with sacred oils, scenes of the funeral feast (the lowest register).

BREAKFAST [ON FUNERAL TRAIN OF PRESIDENT McKINLEY?] [held by] PULLMAN DINING CAR SERVICE [at] [EN ROUTE TO CANTON?] (RR;)

DINNER [ON FUNERAL TRAIN OF PRESIDENT McKINLEY?] [held by] PULLMAN DINING CAR SERVICE [at] [EN ROUTE TO CANTON?] (RR;)

DINNER [ON FUNERAL TRAIN OF PRESIDENT McKINLEY?] [held by] PULLMAN DINING CAR SERVICE [at] [EN ROUTE TO CANTON?] (RR;)

DINNER [ON FUNERAL TRAIN OF PRESIDENT McKINLEY?] [held by] PULLMAN DINING CAR SERVICE [at] [EN ROUTE TO CANTON?] (RR;)

BREAKFAST [ON FUNERAL TRAIN OF PRESIDENT McKINLEY?] [held by] PULLMAN DINING CAR SERVICE [at] [EN ROUTE TO CANTON?] (RR;)

BREAKFAST [ON FUNERAL TRAIN OF PRESIDENT McKINLEY?] [held by] PULLMAN DINING CAR SERVICE [at] [EN ROUTE TO CANTON?] (RR;)

LUNCHEON [ON FUNERAL TRAIN OF PRESIDENT McKINLEY?] [held by] PULLMAN DINING CAR SERVICE [at] [EN ROUTE TO CANTON?] (RR;)

LUNCHEON [ON FUNERAL TRAIN OF PRESIDENT McKINLEY?] [held by] PULLMAN DINING CAR SERVICE [at] [EN ROUTE TO CANTON?] (RR;)

LUNCHEON [ON FUNERAL TRAIN OF PRESIDENT McKINLEY?] [held by] PULLMAN DINING CAR SERVICE [at] [EN ROUTE TO CANTON?] (RR;)

LUNCHEON [ON FUNERAL TRAIN OF PRESIDENT McKINLEY?] [held by] PULLMAN DINING CAR SERVICE [at] [EN ROUTE TO CANTON?] (RR;)

BREAKFAST [ON FUNERAL TRAIN OF PRESIDENT McKINLEY?] [held by] PULLMAN DINING CAR SERVICE [at] [EN ROUTE TO CANTON?] (RR;)

BREAKFAST [ON FUNERAL TRAIN OF PRESIDENT McKINLEY?] [held by] PULLMAN DINING CAR SERVICE [at] [EN ROUTE TO CANTON?] (RR;)

DINNER [ON FUNERAL TRAIN OF PRESIDENT McKINLEY?] [held by] PULLMAN DINING CAR SERVICE [at] [EN ROUTE TO CANTON?] (RR;)

BREAKFAST [ON FUNERAL TRAIN OF PRESIDENT McKINLEY?] [held by] PULLMAN DINING CAR SERVICE [at] [EN ROUTE TO CANTON?] (RR;)

LUNCHEON [ON FUNERAL TRAIN OF PRESIDENT McKINLEY?] [held by] PULLMAN DINING CAR SERVICE [at] [EN ROUTE TO CANTON?] (RR;)

LUNCHEON [ON FUNERAL TRAIN OF PRESIDENT McKINLEY?] [held by] PULLMAN DINING CAR SERVICE [at] [EN ROUTE TO CANTON?] (RR;)

S.J. Fountain, Undertaker; One of the most modern and progressive of the numerous Funeral Parlors in Chicago is that owned and operated by Mr. S.J. Fountain, son of Bishop Fountain of African Methodist Episcopal Church.

Funeral of nineteen year old Negro saw mill worker in Heard County, Georgia, May 1941.

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