(4 1/4 x 6 1/2 In) This is an original antique cabinet photograph from the 1800s. It shows a symbolic array of funeral flowers, a vine of ivy reaches all the way over a faux doorway and wraps around a "pillow" of flowers that spell out "WCTU". (Women's Christian Temperance Union) and a scythe made of carnations and roses. The tableau was photographed by W. E. Marshall of Big Rapids, MIchigan.
The photo is in VERY GOOD condition, small pin holes along bottom edge, minor foxing of board, small tear at right edge.
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