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I would dare say this is the 1920s-30s, judging by hair and stylings. Vintage morticians.

Morbid Anatomy reader Aeron Alfrey sent along these wonderful photographs, which he described as "Vintage Mortician Photos.

Dissection at the Yale School of Medicine around 1910. Such photos were popular in the 1910s and ’20s.

We didn't wear ties and I was part of gaggle of girls around our dissection table; a lot has changed though some has not. Dissection: Photographs of a Rite of Passage in American Medicine

treatment for scoliosis. well that's kind of terrifying. glad I wasn't around for that..

Treatment for scoliosis. So glad they just did surgery on my back to correct the crooked spine. This looks brutal!

Electro-physiology sessions  conducted by Dr. Duchenne and photographed by Adrien Tournachon, Paris, 1862

Electro-physiology sessions (Mecanisme de la Physionomie Humaine ou Analyse Electro-Physiologique de L’Expression des Passions, Paris, The look on that girls face.

ca. 1888, [portrait of a surgeon operating on a hand], Louis Nagel via A Morning’s Work: Medical Photographs from the Burns Archive, S...

[portrait of a surgeon operating on a hand], Louis Nagel via A Morning’s Work: Medical Photographs from the Burns Archive, Stanley B.

Be nice to funeral directors

Be nice to me. I might just happen to be your Funeral Director one day.

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