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Dear Dead Days: A Family Album is a book by Charles Addams.

First published by G.P. Putnam & Sons in 1959, it is a compilation of macabre and morbid photos that could have served as inspiration for his drawings of The Addams Family. It retails for $2.45.


  • Growing up
  • Killing Time
  • Around the House
  • Rx
  • Notions and Novelties
  • Remains to be Seen
  • Fiends and Relations


The Addams family appears on the book's cover. The Addams family is in a gazebo. From left to right, there is Uncle Fester, Gomez, Wednesday, Pugsley, Grandmama, and Morticia. Uncle Fester, Gomez, Pugsley, and Morticia are facing to the right. Grandmama is facing Pugsley, and Wednesday is looking towards the roof of the gazebo. Uncle Fester is sitting down, Gomez is standing with Wednesday standing in front of him, Grandmama is sitting with Pugsley on her lap, and Morticia is sitting.



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