|Object Name||Card, Mourning|
|Scope & Content||
A mourning card created for the funeral of Charles Ellis, died December 1, 1898. There is a comforting passage at the top, carried in the bird's beak, and a poem at the bottom. "In Loving Remembrance of Charles Ellis" is at center.
The Ellis family, originally of Saguache, Colorado, is related to the Tomlin-Beck family of Red Cliff.
|Dates of Creation||1898|
|Title||Mourning card for Charles Ellis|
|Collection||Angela Beck Collection, EVLD|
Red Cliff, Colorado
Funeral rites & ceremonies
|Lexicon category||8: Communication Artifact|
|Lexicon sub-category||Documentary Artifact|