This poor boy probably had a nice face at one time, but at some point head and body became separated.
Here's a portrait of a woman who doesn't appear to have any arms, although I suspect she has them tucked behind her. It would be hard to reach the perfume bottle around her neck without them.
This cardboard soldier is permanently disabled because of his missing feet.
And the photograph of this cream puff child has everything but a name. She was photographed by Geo. H. Wood of Towanda, Pennsylvania, but no one took the time to write her name on the back.
Despite the missing parts, I can't discard these items and my efforts to make them whole have not been very successful.
For more missing parts, visit this week's Sepia Saturday.