Not a deathbed photo, but in a recent move/cleaning out stuff my wife came across an envelope with some odd-size negatives in it. She asked me to print them for her to see what they were. They turned out to be a bunch of photos taken of her uncle on a leave that he had after boot camp and before being shipped out to the phillipines in 1940. One of the photos had him posing in front of a brand new 1940 Chevy sedan. He died in the Bataan Death March, so these photos were the last things that the family had left of him. I wonder how many of the digital images taken of soldiers before they went off to afghanistan, and then forgotten for 50 years will be recovered and printed in 2060.