Golly, this subject seems to come up every couple of years. I think our modern sensibility, atuned to omnipresent cell phones and digital cameras, just expects that someone, out of the thousands who paid their respects at the funeral home viewing would have snapped something. And there was an open casket.
Hampered by clumsier photographic equipment in 1969 and perhaps (I can hope for the best in human nature) held back by a sense of decorum -- I don't believe any pictures have surfaced of Garland post mortem, prepared for public view or otherwise.
I take some solace in the class of this fact.
I hope images never surface if they exist.
“you have to know what you’re singing about before you can get the idea over to other people”