A masterwork of the tree-stump genre in Blandford Cemetery.
William Smith died at Bull Run and went on to better things. His abandoned kit awaits us at Green-Wood in Brooklyn.
Knotical-Rustical-Uncical-Celtical wonder in Glenwood Cemetery, D.C.
A Moravian hymn graces the monument of little Luther Campbell in Glenwood Cemetery in Washington, D.C.
Two contemporary monuments united by central sheaf of wheat and little else.
I guarantee you will find something to like in this gallery of olde tyme weeping willows.
Charles Harris McPhail’s mourners drew on their classical education to commemorate him.
Given my propensity for finding a sermon under every stone, you’ll not be surprised to find a Confederate tomb in Richmond exemplifying Memorial Day 2020.
No Wooden poetry here but pure iambs flowing from the Fawcett: John Fawcett, that is.
I review a book that advises some unconscionable methods of changing corporate culture.