…the white pine that stands by the lake. Tall and dense, it’s a whistling crest on windy mornings. Otherwise, it’s silent. It looks over the lake and it looks up the road. I don’t mean it has eyes. It has … Continue reading
John Woolf has spent more than two decades photographing Mount Auburn Cemetery. He appreciates Mount Auburn as an arboretum and place of tranquility. “For years,” he adds, “I have photographed sculpture and architecture, and I have always been drawn to … Continue reading
As part of our Climate Action Plan, we are investing in renewable energy and have installed solar panels on our circa 1932 Operations building.
In the mid-19th century, family lots were often decorated in a similar fashion to one’s home or front yard. It was especially popular for proprietors to enclose their lots with fences, and by the 1860s more than 1,700 of them … Continue reading