When in Scranton, come see this jewel!
You just never know what you’ll find.
Republishing this: exciting new oak-leaf capital found!
An exceptional building on the National Register in Scranton with extraordinary terra cotta.
Loss and attendant grief are terrible things, and to combat them some survivors attempt to distract themselves by entering wholeheartedly into “a project” of commemoration.
A very recent, very clever monument in Riverside Cemetery in Norristown.
The 1898 Lister monument in Sleepy Hollow Cemetery caught during a thunderstorm.
Five Latin inscriptions make the Marywood Rotunda stand out!
A wonderful monument on a beautiful day in 2017.
We should all stan Kate Wagner’s McMansion Hell.