An unknown soldier? What's up here?
William R. Wall went down with his comrades on the U.S.S. Shark, 24 October 1944.
"Red" Monaghan was sent out in style: of course! He was president of the cemetery association.
Grim nineteenth-century demographics mourned with grim saccharine verses.
The Susquehanna is a tremendously interesting river: the photograph here obliquely suggests the reason why.
A patent medicine king with, shall we say, an interesting history, buried in West Laurel Hill.
Bombings, antifascists, coal-mine collapses, and THE SCRANTONIAN SCULPTOR. Need ye more?
In which a pair of tree-shaped monuments offer a moment to think about trees as commemorative elements.
The best version of this sculptural type I've yet seen.
Even gilded-age figures of grief have picked up bad habits recently!