Creator: William Hope (1863 - 1933)
Date: c. 1920
Collection: National Media Museum Collection
Inventory no: 2002-5054/5
Blog: G is for ghosts... the birth and rise of spirit photography
The image of a young man's face appears prominently over the man, draped in a cloak. The signature at the base of the image belongs to the sitter.
The man had links with the person who compiled the spirit album, and he gave the photograph to her as a keepsake. He apparently recognised the young man's face.
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