The unexpected freestanding outdoor portrait bust of Eugene Liomin is a rarity worth a second look.
An epigram on the monument of Charles Dixon Caton requires some comment.
Suddenly Arthur Smith’s daughter and mother died. But how did he die
Catharine Reidy wrote some interesting iambs in the voice to her dead husband Maurice who nonetheless speaks not of the pompatus of love.
The Rueger monument in Hollywood Cemetery is a nice example of art we sadly no longer see in American cemeteries.
Mr. Alexander Alexander (or his commemorators) placed a phrase of special meaning to him on his monument in Hollywood Cemetery.
Eight Woodmen monuments from the Albemarle region of North Carolina.
The Episcopal Cemetery in Elizabeth City, N.C., offers several arresting examples of cast iron precinct rails.
An astounding eternal typo on a stone that simultaneously trumpets the company that made it.
Emma Hinton’s parents gave her a grave in which to plant flowers. Yet they also adapted this common type specifically to the tender age of her death.