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Deceased children. :: John C. Gordon Photographic Collection (SJSU)
died in childbirth
The Mother in Joy and Grief,  by August Sander
l'oeil en marche: janvier 2011
Post mortem image of baby with toys in casket, 1950-1953.
The remains of 17 bodies, 11 children and six adults, dating to the 12th-13th century found at the bottom of a well in 2004 were given a Jewish burial in Norwich’s Earlham Cemetery on Tuesday. The bones were picked up by a hearse from the Norwich Castle Museum where they’ve been in storage. They were placed in five coffins covered with tallits (Jewish prayer shawls), driven past the Norwich Hebrew Congregation Synagogue and to the Jewish Cemetery.
United States Cadet Nurse Corps: 1943-1948 The United States Cadet Nurse Corps was a program established by the Federal government in 1943. Its primary purpose was to ensure that the United States had enough nurses to care for the needs of its citizens on both the home and war fronts.
I'm not sure if this is the same baby before and after death or what the meaning might be. Any ideas?