Drexel has a handsome neoclassical pile in The Woodlands.
A patent medicine king with, shall we say, an interesting history, buried in West Laurel Hill.
Even gilded-age figures of grief have picked up bad habits recently!
There are some wonderful monuments that feature a symbolic empty chair.
Instead of a freestanding column or obelisk the Sullivans chose a Gothicized pillar with eternal flame grave markers.
A fine mausoleum reviving the Gothic English country church in Philadelphia with some comparative examples.
Fun editing a surrealistic image of a tree in Ivy Hill Cermetery.
Sir Walter Scott in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania? Well, why not?
Outstanding and informative private monuments erected for two Union Civil War veterans.
A photo essay on the stages of decay of funerary landscape architecture.