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You don’t have to agree with me, but this blog is my soapbox, so STOP SLAPPING STICKERS ON TOMBSTONES! Ok, I feel better.

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The photos I have posted so far in my faces from the past photo series have been from stones for families, but I also have far more stones with portraits of individual women than individual men.

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I noticed this on the post of these porcelain portraits last week with the Fifolts. If there is only one porcelain portrait on a marker for multiple people, it is likely to be for the youngest person, like teenager Joseph Siska.

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Siska

With the empty oval at the top, I wonder if the man in the remaining photographs is the son rather than the father whose engraving it bumps into.

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These are more porcelain portraits from the tombstones at St. Paul Cemetery in Euclid, Ohio. I can’t stop looking at the sweet-faced little girl on this first marker.

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Fifolt

The destruction of the third portrait on this one makes me sad.

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