Across Cemetery Street from Pine Grove Cemetery in Berwick, Pennsylvania, is what looks long ago to have been a combination chapel-undertaker’s-sexton’s house in an attractive style on the outgoing edge of stick style and on the incoming edge of Queen Anne style (figure 1). Figure 1. Hell House. Berwick, PA. Photo: author. At some point …
A balustrade on a Greek-style mausoleum? Well, at least the window inside is great!
A Karnakial mausoleum with Orientalist overtones!
What on earth is it with this pediment?!
In which is explored a model for a very common American mausoleum design.
Come see a splendid Egyptian revival mausoleum in Edinburgh!
I’d have run into a tree if I’d spotted this Doric garage while driving!
Join me on a late-autumn walk around Marywood University.
Hardy’s reddleman ended up in Scranton in the planned but never finished “Final, No-Kidding, Definitive Departure of the Native.”
Join me for an exciting late-fall portfolio of images from the old Pennsylvania Oral School campus.