WHO’S AFRAID OF GHOSTS?
Well, after all these close supernatural encounters it will surely be no problem facing those..
..cute but somewhat obtrusive cupids!
This views do not have ghost figures that appear through double plate exposure. These cupids are genuine part of the scenery.
1897 view by Strohmeyer & Wyman “Shall I leave my Summer love behind?”
“Pierced by Cupid’s Dart” The little rascal is hidden behind the right pillar.
An early 1899 Keystone View from B.L. Singley: “The New Song”
No title, but a lot to fantasize. In love for sure! But is he (or she perhaps) available?
1901 view. “The Wedding Eve bonfire and farewell to former affections”.
“1090. Cupid’s Message to Listening Ears”. This lithographic view is prepared for
use in a commercial Whiting coin operated viewing machine.
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