The monument of George Jago compels interest for its use of a popular song and its odd iconography.
Born enslaved in 1820, he was seen to his rest by 5000 admirers in 1883.
I experience elegiac emotions while falling into this picture as I view it—as the designer no doubt intended.
A masterpiece by Oronzio Maldarelli in Spring Forest Cemetery.
To borrow the Guide Michelin’s phrase, “vaut le voyage.”
Outstanding and informative private monuments erected for two Union Civil War veterans.
An attractive setting to photograph, with a dismaying surprise.
The 1898 Lister monument in Sleepy Hollow Cemetery caught during a thunderstorm.
A Moravian hymn graces the monument of little Luther Campbell in Glenwood Cemetery in Washington, D.C.
An old photograph patinated by a century of wear.