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|| Memorial - 52nd Massachusetts Volunteers
This painting commemorates the soldiers lost to disease from the 52nd Massachusetts Volunteer Regiment in 1863.
|| Phelps mourning embroidery
The weeping willows and funerary urns Martha "Patty" Phelps painstakingly stitched in this silk-on-silk embroidery recording the deaths of her mother and brother were traditional symbols of mourning in 19th-century America.
|| Memorial to M. & S. Sheldon
This hand-colored lithograph was dedicated to the memory of Mrs. Mehitable Sheldon and Sophia M. Sheldon between 1830 and 1842.
|| Washington Memorial
This 1801 engraving depicts mourners at the tomb of George Washington.