A Union soldier dead in the final push to take Petersburg and end the war: seven days before Lee surrendered.
I experience elegiac emotions while falling into this picture as I view it—as the designer no doubt intended.
A super-intriguing abandoned town in East-Central Pennsylvania.
A masterpiece by Oronzio Maldarelli in Spring Forest Cemetery.
Who writes out ‘hundred’ in the number 1790? The Ebenezer Marcy stonecutter, that’s who!
Elegant script in an out-of-the-way Pennsylvania cemetery.
The War Memorial in Old Forge, PA, features wonderful art of a bygone era.
I was looking at a total loss till I noticed where the sun was.
John Kenzie Crocker died young and his parents chose the old memento mori of Death and the Maiden to commemorate him.
Two photographic studies of toppled monuments.