There are some wonderful monuments that feature a symbolic empty chair.
An Olde Schoole female figure illustrates 1 Corinthians 15:51-52 in Rock Creek Cemetery.
A late Victorian marker features a generic baby in a blanket sleeper.
In which is explored a model for a very common American mausoleum design.
By decade’s end, the cumulative grief killed her.
Knotical-Rustical-Uncical-Celtical wonder in Glenwood Cemetery, D.C.
A Moravian hymn graces the monument of little Luther Campbell in Glenwood Cemetery in Washington, D.C.
No Wooden poetry here but pure iambs flowing from the Fawcett: John Fawcett, that is.
A tombstone with the full text of the Ten Commandments and maybe then some. No craziness there, nosiree!
Some sizzlin’ iambs from 1878 on the Weide monument. And a lyre!