An Ozymandias vibe emanates from this nineteenth-century shrine to a baby.
A poem from William Leggett, the editor and abolitionist, provides verses for the Shivers monument.
"Lost: Pet dog. One eye, one ear, three legs. Answers to the name 'Lucky.'" I could not but think of this old joke when I came across the monument of Cary Howard in Woodlands Cemetery in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, today.
An Olde Schoole female figure illustrates 1 Corinthians 15:51-52 in Rock Creek Cemetery.
A numinous beech tree at the Patriot Resource Center at Marywood in Scranton.
Natural evolution or intelligent design? You decide!
Instead of a freestanding column or obelisk the Sullivans chose a Gothicized pillar with eternal flame grave markers.
Clean mirth evidently characterized Dr. J. Stacey John.
A late Victorian marker features a generic baby in a blanket sleeper.
A fine mausoleum reviving the Gothic English country church in Philadelphia with some comparative examples.