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Surgilum By Debbie Brown
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Surgilūm is a design and development company specializing in medical products. We are a company by surgeons, for surgeons specializing in first class medical device products. Our two products... More > include the RoboMarker and the Photon Speculum. Visit our website at for more information or call us at (910)-202-2202< Less
Arabesque A Collection of Original drawings to Color By Sarah Reyburn
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This coloring book is a collection of original pen and ink drawings . Color with crayon, colored pencils or markers. Drawings have blank backs helping to avoid bleed from markers finished pages are... More > suitable for framing.< Less
Departure By Lawrence Yang
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Departure is a mini portfolio showcasing the artwork of Lawrence Yang. His work combines influences from traditional Chinese painting and modern urban art. Departure features paintings done with... More > watercolor, marker and ink, as well as graphic pieces done digitally.< Less
The Day I Became a Little Fish By Abigail Aasen
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In this story a young girl goes to the pool for the very first time. With so many fears, will she ever have fun at the pool?
White Bronze By Lynn Johansen
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A photo collection of grave markers manufactured between 1875 and 1912 by Monumental Bronze Company in Bridgeport, Connecticut. Made of zinc and sold from catalogs and salesmen. They are easily found... More > in cemeteries by their blue color.< Less
We Once Lived On Hoopers Island: Remembering Those Buried in Hosier Memorial Cementary By James D. Hedberg & Jacqueline Simmons Hedberg
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This book is an inventory of the 464 graves in the Hosier Memorial Cemetery in Fishing Creek, Maryland, on Hoopers Island. It includes the history of the graveyard, interesting facts about this... More > community cemetery, a listing of the veterans interred, identification of unmarked graves, and pictures of both the markers and over 100 of the deceased.< Less
Remembrances of the Dead - Graveyard Art & Symbolism By Gary R. Varner
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Perhaps some of our most mysterious, impressive and artistic symbolism can be found in our cemeteries. Ancient pagan, classical Greek and Roman, and the eternal symbols of hope, love and despair... More > appear in many of our older places of rest. This book looks at the art, history and meaning of pre-twentieth century grave markers and tombs in the United States, from Nova Scotia and Maine to South Carolina and California. Illustrated with over seventy photographs.< Less
REST IN PEACE By Lynn Johansen
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Have you ever been in a cemetery and saw something unusual looking on a headstone? Maybe an engraving that looks like a shield? Letters or initials? Well, this is the place to find some... More > answers! Between these covers you will find out how cemeteries have changed over the years; what grave markers are made of; the answer to how some customs came to be; superstitions; brief histories of some fraternal organizations. Filled with beautiful, original cemetery photography by taphophile and hearse enthusiast, Lynn Johansen.*< Less
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Atlanta's South-View Cemetery By John Soward Bayne
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This is a guidebook to South-View Cemetery in Atlanta, Georgia. The cemetery was chartered 21 April 1886 by African-American businessmen, all former slaves, faced with exhaustion of Oakland Cemetery... More > (1850) and desirous of a respectful burial ground. The Watts family has managed the cemetery from its earliest days; the current president is the great-granddaughter of the patriarch, Albert Watts. Notable burials include the parents and grandparents of Martin Luther King, Jr.; John Wesley Dobbs, the "Mayor of Sweet Auburn"; and Alonzo Franklin Herndon, who was born a slave, worked as a sharecropper, established a chain of opulent and successful barbershops, then became Atlanta's first black millionaire through the Atlanta Life Insurance Company. Through the lives and accomplishments in death-year order of over 100 people buried at South-View, this book tells the history of African-American Atlanta. Introductory essays are by Traci Rylands and Herman "Skip" Mason, Jr.< Less

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