To date there have been over 50 issues of Sweet Auburn, since 1986. It was called a newsletter from 1986-2006 and became a magazine in the fall of 2007. Click the links below to re-visit some of our fantastic issues!
. . . A plant-collector’s job is to uncover the hidden beauties of the world, so that others may share his joy. . . . -Frank Kingdom Ward Mount Auburn’s picturesque landscape is also an outstanding arboretum, collectively comprising a … Continue reading
In the 20th century Mount Auburn moved into a landscape style influenced by Forest Lawn Cemetery in Glendale (outside of Los Angeles, CA). Laurence Caldwell, a landscape architect active at Mount Auburn in the 1920s and 1930s wrote that older … Continue reading
October 30, 2014. In Mount Auburn Cemetery, at the plot known as Harvard Hill, just after sunrise on a windy day, the autumn leaves rush and weave among the monuments, float gently down to the ground, and collect atop the … Continue reading