Monument Conservation: Beauty Restored – Rich Monument
This article originally appeared in the September 2010 Friends of Mount Auburn electronic newsletter. Thanks to a wonderful connection and private funding, we were able to restore the beloved Rich Monument on Garden Avenue. The monument’s marble statue depicting a … Continue reading
Preservation News: Restoration of the Sohier Fence
This article originally appeared in the August 2010 Friends of Mount Auburn electronic newsletter. The Sohier family’s fence is a highly visible element of the landscape, with additional aesthetic and cultural significance. Sited on Indian Ridge Path at Lot 2216 … Continue reading
Preservation of Structures: Path & Avenue Signs and Posts
“See that good and sufficient sign-boards, with names, be placed at the corners of all the avenues & paths, where they are now deficient.” – Trustee minutes, Aug. 3rd 1852 People often think of monument care when they think of … Continue reading
Mount Auburn featured on "Martha Stewart Living"
Dave Barnett, then Mount Auburn’s Vice President of Operations & Horticulture, explains what makes the Cemetery so special for “Martha Stewart Living.” This episode originally aired on February 17, 2001. Used with permission from Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia.