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.
A gallery of (mostly) floral decoration in U.S. Cemeteries, all B/W.
Was this monument intended to be vaguely erotic?
A stone one notch above vernacular slices and dices a hymn to make a quick point.
To borrow the Guide Michelin’s phrase, “vaut le voyage.”
You just never know what you’ll find.
Republishing this: exciting new oak-leaf capital found!
Sir Walter Scott in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania? Well, why not?
Outstanding and informative private monuments erected for two Union Civil War veterans.