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Index of The Monumental News Magazine
July through December 1892

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The Monumental News, Vol. 4, No. 7, July 1892, R. J. Haight, Editor & Publisher, Chicago, Illinois (PDF)

Contents.
Editorial – pp. 257
Sculpture at the Paris Salon – pp. 258
A Quarry Railroad – pp. 260
Our Illustrations – pp. 261
Among the Sculptors – pp. 262
Proposed Monuments – pp. 263
Monumental Items – pp. 264
The High-Water-Mark Monument – pp. 265
The Concord Memorial Arch – pp. 265
Three Notable Monuments – pp. 266
The Unknown Dead at Johnstown – pp. 267
Monument to Six Nations – pp. 267
The Ohio Monument at the World’s Fair – pp. 267
Woodlawn Cemetery, Winona, Minnesota – pp. 268
Cemetery News – pp. 269
Antiquities from the Buried Town of Silchester – pp. 270
Soldiers’ Monuments Recently Dedicated – pp. 271
Design for a Monument – pp. 272
Associations – pp. 273
Trade Notes – pp. 274
Bronze – pp. 275
Barre Correspondence – pp. 276
Quincy Correspondence – pp. 278
The Boston Wholesalers – pp. 279
Trade news Among our Advertisers – pp. 280
“New Firms, Changes, etc. ” – pp. 280
“Sculpture at the Paris Salon, 1892,” pp. 258-259 (Sketch captions) “Orpheus and Eurydice. A. Paris.” “Fruits of the War – Boisseau.” “In Distress – Cordonnier”
“A Quarry Railroad,” pp. 260-261 (train from the Barre, Vermont, to the granite quarries), pp. 260 (Photo captions) “‘Mountain King’ at the switch back.” “Scene at the Wetmore & Morse Quarries” “Steel Derrick at Tayntor & Co.’s Quarry.” (Includes a map of the area.)
“Our Illustrations,” pp. 261
“Among the Sculptors,” pp. 262
“Proposed Monuments,” pp. 263
“Sphinx,” (Egyptian), pp. 263
“Monumental Items,” pp. 264
“From Egyptian Tombs,” pp. 264
“The ‘High Water Mark’ Monument,” pp. 265 (on the field of Gettysburg. “The high-water-mark tablet is a memorial to the entire Union army represented in that field.” This article includes a sketch of the monument.)
“The Concord Memorial Arch,” pp. 265 (Sketch caption) “The Concord, N.H., Memorial Arch.”
“Three Notable Monuments,” pp. 266 (Sketch captions) “The Fowler Monument, LaFayette, Indiana” “ John Wentworth Monument, Chicago, Illinois” “The General Wool Monument, Troy, New York”
“The Unknown Dead at Johnstown,” pp. 267 (Photo caption) “Monument to the Unknown Dead, Johnstown, Pennsylvania”
“Monument to the Six Nations,” pp. 267 (“…the original design for a monument to the Seneca chief, Red Jacket, was not carried out for lack of funds…A project is now on foot to have a monument erected to the ‘six nations,’ probably in Central Park, N.Y….”)
“The Ohio Monument at the World’s Fair,” pp. 267
“Woodlawn Cemetery, Winona, Minnesota,” pp. 268 (Photo captions) “A View of the Terraces” “The Receiving Vault” “A View on Woodlawn Avenue”
“Cemetery News,” pp. 269
“Antiquities from the Buried Town of Silchester, of the Roman-British Epoch, Calleva Attrebatum, Hampshire, England,” pp. 270
“Soldiers’ Monuments Recently Dedicated,” (Sketch captions) “No. 1. Muskegon, Michigan; No. 2. Rochester, New York; No. 3. Helena Arkansas; No. 4. Chicago, Illinois; No. 5. Flemington, N.J.
“Design For a Monument,” pp. 272 (Includes sketches of the monument signed, “Foster & Richards, Quincy, Massachusetts”)
“Associations,” pp. 273
Michigan Marble and Granite Dealers’ Association,” Office of the Secretary and Treasurer, Lansing, Michigan, pp. 273
“Trade Notes,” pp. 274
“Bronze,” pp. 275
National Fine Art Foundry, Maurice J. Power, Established 1868, New York, New York, advertisement, pp. 275
Spadone & Cabaret, Bronze and Brass Work, New York City, New York, advertisement, pp. 275
American Bronze Co., Founders in Standard Copper Bronze, Chicago, Illinois, advertisement, pp. 275 (Includes sketch of “Gen. U.S. Grant, Galena, Ill.” statue)
Barre, Vermont Correspondence,” pp. 276
Chas. W. McMillan, Barre, Vermont, advertisement, pp. 276
Emslie & Kelman, Dealers in Barre Granite monuments, Barre, Vermont, advertisement, pp. 276
Cole & Marciasi, William Cole and Onorato Marciasi, Successors to Robins & Co., Fine Granite Monumental Work, Statuary and Drapery a specialty, advertisement, pp. 276
John L. Dalot, Addison Point, Maine, Addison Black Granite Quarry Land For Sale (also called Black Diamond), advertisement, pp. 276
Wells, Lamson & Co., Manufacturers of Monuments, Statuary, Vaults, Mausoleums, Barre, Vermont, Barre Granite Quarries, advertisement, pp. 277
Vermont Granite Co., Office and Works, Barre Vermont, advertisement, pp. 277 (includes sketch of stone works and “For Sale – 60 acres of the best quarry land in Barre….”)
Petersburg Granite Quarrying Company, Quarries and Works, Petersburg, Virginia; General Offices, New York City, New York, advertisement, pp. 277
R. A. Curtis, Importer and Wholesale Dealer in Statuary, American and Scotch Granite, Indianapolis, Indiana, advertisement, pp. 277
F. H. Venn, Monumental Draftsman, Chicago, Illinois, advertisement, pp. 277
E. H. Gibson, Monumental Designs, First-class Draughting with the airbrush on silk paper, advertisement, pp. 277
Foster & Richards, A. E. Foster and W. A. Richards, Monumental Designers and Draughtsmen, Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement, pp. 277
Moir Granite Co., Beebe Plain, Vermont, M. S. Dart, Western Manger, Detroit, Michigan, advertisement, pp. 278
Cook & Watkins, Monumental Designs, Boston, Massachusetts, advertisement, pp. 278
Quincy, Massachusetts Correspondence,” pp. 278
“Knowledge is Power,” pp. 278
“The Boston Wholesalers Correspondence,” pp. 279
James N. White, Dealer in all kinds of Quincy Granite; Works, West Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement, pp. 278
Standard Granite Company, Woodbury Quarry, Hardwick, Vermont, advertisement, pp. 278
F. S. Cary & Co., Importers and Wholesale Dealers in Granite, Marble and Statuary, Zanesville, Ohio, advertisement, pp. 278
“Trade News Among Our Advertisers,” pp. 280
“New Firms, Changes, Etc.,” pp. 280
Barclay Bros, Manufacturers and Steam Polishers, Barre, Vermont, advertisement, pp. 281
Park & Dunbar, John Park and William Dunbar, Manufacturers of and Dealers in Barre Granite Monuments, Carved work a specialty, Barre, Vermont, advertisement, pp. 281
The Crown Granite Works, Monuments, William Birss, Manager, South Thomaston, Maine, advertisement, pp. 281
Wood & Troup, Manufacturers and Dealers in Dark Barre Granite, Barre, Vermont, advertisement, pp. 281
Melcher & Hadley, Manufacturers of Barre Granite Monuments and Cemetery Work, Barre, Vermont, advertisement, pp. 281
Henderson & Dickie, Manufacturers and Dealers in Barre Granite Monuments etc., Barre, Vermont, advertisement, pp. 281
John A. Connon, Manufacturer and Dealer in Barre Granite Monuments, etc., advertisement, pp. 281
John O’Rourke, Proprietor of the celebrated Barre Standard Granite Quarries, Manufacturer of Monumental and Building Work, Barre, Vermont, advertisement, pp. 281
Littlejohn & J. M. Wooldridge Milne, Quarriers and Manufacturers, Barre Granite, Barre, Vermont, advertisement, pp. 281
Manufacturer for the Granite Trade only, Elyria, Lorain County, Ohio, advertisement, pp. 282
Monahan & Breen, Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in New-England Granites, Monuments, Headstones, etc., West Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement, pp. 282
United Mercantile Agency, Book of Credits, advertisement, pp. 282
Irving, Monumental Photographs for The Trade, Troy, New York, advertisement, pp. 282
The Levytype Co., Photo-Engravers and Designers, Chicago, Illinois, advertisement, pp. 282
Chicopee Bronze Works, M. H. Mosman, Proprietor, advertisement, pp. 282
The North American Iron Works, Foundry, Brooklyn, New York, advertisement, pp. 282
J. & R. Lamb, Mosaics, New York City, New York, advertisement, pp. 282
McDonnell & Kelley, Manufacturers of Quincy and other New England Granites, Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement, pp. 283
Thos. F. Burke & Bros, Manufacturers of Quincy Granite Monuments, West Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement, pp. 283
Franklin Hardwick & Son, Franklin Hardwick and C. F. Hardwick, Dealers in Rough, Hammered, Polished Granite, Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement, pp. 283
Field & Wild, Quarrymen, Dark Blue Quincy Granite, Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement, pp. 283
Norfolk Granite Company, W. Burke, Manager, T. O’Keefe, Treasurer, Dealers in Monumental Statuary and Cemetery Work, Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement, pp. 283
Glencoe Granite Co., Manufacturers of Quincy Granite, Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement, pp. 283
William T. Spargo, Manufacturer of Monuments, Statuary, etc., South Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement, pp. 283
A. Marnock & Co., Headquarters for Scotch, Swede, and all American Granite, South Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement, pp. 283
McIntosh & Son, Manufacturers of all kinds of Monumental Work, South Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement, pp. 283
T. F. Mannex, Manufacturer and dealer in Granite Monuments, West Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement, pp. 283
Fuller, Foley & Co., Artistic Memorials, Granite Work of Every description, West Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement, pp. 283
Milford Brothers, Office and Works, West Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement, pp. 283
McDonnell & Cook, Quincy Granite Monumental Work, Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement, pp. 284
Adams Granite Works, George McFarlane, Proprietor, Manufacturers of Monuments and Statuary, Office and Works, Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement, pp. 284
Merry Mount Granite Co., Incorporated 1881, John Lavers, Agent, P. W. Driscoll, Treasurer, Quarry owners and manufactures Monuments, Statuary and Cemetery Work, Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement, pp. 284
S. Henry Barnicoat, Granite Monuments and Statuary, Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement, pp. 284
Joss brothers, Manufacturers of Quincy Granite Monumental Work, Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement, pp. 284
F. Barnicoat, Successor to F. Barnicoat & Co. Granite Statuary, Portrait and Ideal Figures, Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement, pp. 284
E. T. Barnum, Detroit, Michigan, advertisement, pp. 284
Igo & Warner Granite Co., Monuments Statuary, etc., South Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement, pp. 284
Malnati Bros., Quincy Granite, South Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement, pp. 284
A. M. Deane & Co., Manufacturers of Granite Monuments, Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement, pp. 284
J H. Bishop & Co., Manufacturers of Granite Monuments, West Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement, pp. 284
J. F. Townsent, Scotch, Swedish and American Granites, Italian Marble, Statuary, Columbus, Ohio; Aberdeen, Scotland; Carrara, Italy, advertisement, pp. 285
Rutland Granite Co., J. W. Cramton, President; George E. Royce, Treasurer & Manager; George J. Wardwell, Secretary; George C. Underhill, Superintendent, Rutland, Vermont, advertisement, pp. 285
Lewis D. Gumb, Quarrier and Manufacturer of Madison Pink Granite, Lowell, Massachusetts, advertisement, pp. 285
Hallowell Central Granite Co., Hallowell Granite in the rough, Hallowell, Maine, advertisement, pp. 285
Machiasport Granite Co., Light Red Granite Monumental and Building Work, Machiasport, Maine, advertisement, pp. 285
Brown & Wade, Eugene N. Brown and Frank S. Wade, Successors to M. T. Jameson, Proprietors of the Jameson Granite quarry, South Thomaston, Maine, advertisement, pp. 285
Hooker & Martin, Successors to John O’Rourke & Co., Manufacturers and Dealers in Barre and Plainfield Granite, Plainfield, Vermont, advertisement, pp. 285
C. F. Maynard & co., Manufacturers of Lifting Jacks, Fairhaven, Vermont, advertisement, pp. 286
Pittsburgh Crushed Steel Co., Limited, Crushed Steel and Steel Emery, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, advertisement, pp. 286
James H. Lancaster, The “ Lancaster” Rock Crushers, New York, advertisement, pp. 286
James Dunn, Manufacturer Bailey’s Steel or Iron Portable Hoist, Cleveland, Ohio, advertisement, pp. 286
The Ponemah Granite Quarrying and Manufacturing Co., Quarry and Works Milford, New Hampshire, F. J. Fuller, Manager, advertisement, pp. 286

The Monumental News, Vol. 4, No. 8, August 1892, R. J. Haight, Editor & Publisher, Chicago, Illinois (PDF)

Contents.
Editorial – pp. 299
Finding the Tomb of Aristotle – pp. 300
The Winchester, Indiana Soldiers’ Monument – pp. 301
The David C. Hennessy Monument – pp. 301
Among the Sculptors – pp. 302
Proposed Monuments – pp. 303
The Pope and the Washington Monument – pp. 303
Memorial to Red Jacket – pp. 304
The Glass Workers’ Memorial – pp. 304
Sculpture at the Paris Salon – pp. 305
Crosses Ancient and Modern – pp. 306
Woodlawn Cemetery, Toledo, Ohio – pp. 308-309
Cemetery News – pp. 310
Cairus – pp. 310
Associations – pp. 312
Trade Notes – pp. 313-314
Our Illustrations – pp. 314
New Firms, Changes, etc. – pp. 314
Memorial to Henry Ward Beecher – pp. 315
Quincy Correspondence – pp. 316
Barre Correspondence, pp. – 318
Trade News Among our Advertisers– pp. 320
Does Advertising in Newspapers Pay? – pp. 322
Editorial” – pp. 300
“Finding the Tomb of Aristotle,” pp. 300
“The Winchester, Indiana, Soldiers’ Monument,” pp. 301 (A photograph of the monument is included.)
“The David C.Hennessy Monument,” pp. 301 (A photograph of the monument is included.)
“Among the Sculptors,” pp. 302
“Proposed Monuments,” pp. 303
“The Pope and the WashingtonMonument,” pp. 303
“Memorial to Red Jacket,” pp. 304 (A sketch of the memorial is included.)
“The Glass Worker’s Memorial,” pp. 304 (Photo caption) “ Red Jacket Monument, Buffalo, New York”
“Sculpture at the Paris Salons 1892,” pp. 305 (Photo caption) “L’Imprimerie (Printing) Labatut Sculptor.”
“Crosses Ancient and Modern,” pp. 306 (sketches of five crosses are included)
“Original Design for Granite Sarcophagus,” pp. 307 (includes sketches of different elevations of monument)
“Woodlawn Cemetery, Toledo, Ohio,” pp. 308 (Photo captions) “Birds Eye View of Woodlawn Cemetery, Toledo, Ohio” “The Iron Bridge” “Wind Mill and Tank”
“Cemetery News,” pp. 310
“Designed for Rock-Faced Sarcophagus,” pp. 311 (different elevations of the monument are included)
“Associations – The Indiana Meeting,” pp. 312
“Associations – The Ohio Meeting,” pp. 312
“Trade Notes,” pp. 313
Chicago, Illinois, Trade News,” pp. 314
“New Firms, Changes, Etc. - Notice to Subscribers,” pp. 314
“Our Illustrations,” pp. 314
E. C. Willison, Imported & American Granites, Boston, Massachusetts, Works, South Quincy, Massachusetts, Montpelier, Vermont; Kansas City, Missouri, Aberdeen, Scotland, advertisement, pp. 314
Memorial to Henry Ward Beecher, pp. 315 (photo of the memorial included)
National Fine Art Foundry, Maurice J. Power, Established 1868, Casts, Artists’ Models, advertisement, pp. 315
“American Bronze Co.,” Founders in Standard Copper Bronze, Chicago, Illinois, advertisement, pp. 315 (sketch of the statue of “Gen. U.S. Grant, Galera, Illinois” is included)
“Spadone & Cabaret,” Bronze and Brass Work, New York, New York, advertisement, pp. 315
J. & R. Lamb, Metal Work, New York City, New York, advertisement, pp. 283
Chicopee Bronze Works, M. H. Mosman, Proprietor, Chicopee, Massachusetts, advertisement, pp. 283
Jones Brothers, Points on Granite, Barre, Granite, advertisement, pp. 316
Moir Granite Co., Beebe Plain Vermont, M. S. Dart, Western Manager, Detroit, Michigan, pp. 316
McDonnell & Kelley, Quincy Granites, Manufacturer, Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement, pp. 317
Thos. F. Burke & Bros., Quincy Granite Monuments, West Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement, pp. 317
Franklin Hardwick & Son, Franklin Hardwick and C. F. Harwick, Stone Dealers, Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement, pp. 317
Field & Wild, Quarrymen, Rough Stock, Monumental and Cemetery Work, Dark Blue Quincy Granite, Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement, pp. 317
Glencoe Granite Co., Quincy Granite, Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement, pp. 317
Norfolk Granite Co., W. Burke Manager, and T. O’Keefe, Treasurer, Monumental Statuary and Cemetery Work, Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement, pp. 317
William T. Spargo, Manufacturers of monuments and statuary, South Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement, pp. 317
A. Marnock & Co., Granite Dealer, South Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement, pp. 317
McIntosh & Son, Monumental Work, South Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement, pp. 317
T. F. Mannex, Granite Monuments, West Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement, pp. 317
William Callahan, Monumental Work, Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement, pp. 317
Fuller, Foley & Co., Artistic Memorials, West Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement, pp. 317
Milford Brothers, Office and Works, West Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement, pp. 317
Barre, Vermont” From our regular Correspondent, pp. 318
Pocket Book of Alphabets, for Draftsmen and Stone-Cutters, Monumental News, Chicago, Illinois, pp. 318
Emslie & Kelman, Barre Granite Monuments, Barre, Vermont, advertisement, pp. 318
Charles W. McMillan, Barre Granite Monuments, Barre, Vermont, advertisement, pp. 318
Cole & Marciasi, Successors to Robins & Co., Granite Monumental Work, Statuary, and Draper a Specialty, Barre, Vermont, advertisement, pp. 318
Valuable Granite Property, “The owner of 40 acres of granite land lying nearer to Chicago than any of the granite quarries now being worked desires to sell, lease or operate same….Address, ‘Western Granite,’ care Monumental News….” advertisement, pp. 318
Barclay Bros., Manufacturers and Steam Polishers, Barre, Vermont, advertisement, pp. 319
Park & Dunbar, Barre Granite Monuments, Barre, Vermont, advertisement, pp. 319
D. L. Daniels, Monumental Work, Milford, New Hampshire, advertisement, pp. 319
Wood & Troup, Manufacturers and Dealers in Dark Barre, Granite, Barre, Vermont, advertisement, pp. 319
E. C. French, Monumental Work, Barre, Vermont, advertisement, pp. 319
Melcher & Hadley, Barre Granite Monuments and Cemetery Work, Barre, Vermont, advertisement, pp. 319
John O’Rourke, Proprietor of the celebrated Barre Standard Granite Quarries, Manufacturer of Monumental and Building Work, Barre, Vermont, advertisement, pp. 319
Henderson & Dickie, Barre Granite Monuments, Tablets, & General Cemetery Work, Barre, Vermont, advertisement, pp. 319
John A. Connon, Barre Granite Monuments, Barre, Vermont, advertisement, pp. 319
Littlejohn & Milne, Quarriers and Manufacturers, Barre Granite, Barre, Vermont, advertisement, pp. 319
Trade News Department – Among Our Advertisers,” pp. 320
Vermont Marble Co., Quarries, Mills and Finishing Shops, Proctor, Center Rutland, West Rutland, Brandon and Clarendon, Vermont, Main Office, Proctor, Vermont, Branch Yards at: Boston, Massachusetts; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Cleveland, Ohio; Detroit, Michigan; Chicago, Illinois; St. Louis, Missouri, and San Francisco, California advertisement, pp. 320
McDonnell & Cook, Monumental Work – Dealers Only, Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement, pp. 321
Adams Granite Works, George McFarlane, Proprietor, Manufacturers of Monuments, Statuary, etc, Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement, pp. 321
Merry Mount Granite Co., John Lavers, Agent, F. W. Driscoll, Treasurer, Incorporated 1881, New England Granites, Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement, pp. 321
S. Henry Barnicoat, Quincy Granite Monuments and Statuary, Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement, pp. 321
Joss Brothers, Manufacturers of Quincy Granite Monumental Work, Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement, pp. 321
F. Barnicoat, Successor to F. Barnicoat & Co., Granite Statuary, Portrait and Ideal Figures, Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement, pp. 321
E. T. Barnum, Cemetery Accessories, Detroit, Michigan, advertisement, pp. 321
Igo & Warner Granite Co., Monuments, Statuary, Cemetery Work, South Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement, pp. 321
Malnati Bros., Quincy Granite, South Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement, pp. 321
Monahan & Breen, Manufacturers of New England Granites West Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement, pp. 321
The Crown Granite Works, Monuments, Tablets, General Cemetery Work, William Birss, Manager, South Thomaston, Maine, advertisement, pp. 321
J. H. Bishop & Co., Manufacturers of Granite Monuments, West Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement, pp. 321
“Does Advertising in Trade Papers Pay? pp. 322
Blue Mountain Granite Works, South Ryegate, Vermont, advertisement, pp. 322
Cook & Watkins, Monuments, Boston, Massachusetts, advertisement, pp. 322
R. A. Curtis, Importer and Wholesale Dealer in Granite, Indianapolis, Indiana, advertisement, pp. 322
John L. Dalot, Addison Black Granite Quarry Land For Sale (Also called Black Diamond), Addison Point, Maine, advertisement, pp. 322
Rutland Granite Co., J. W. Cramton, President; George E. Royce, Treasurer and Manager; George J. Wardwell, Secretary; George C. Underhill, Superintendent, Rutland, Vermont, advertisement, pp. 323
United Mercantile Agency, Book of Credits, Boston, Massachusetts, advertisement, pp. 323
Lewis D. Gumb, Granite Dealer, Madison Pink Granite, Lowell, Massachusetts, advertisement, pp. 323
East Milford Granite Co., Blue New Westerly or Souhegan Granite, For the Trade, “We control the output of the extensive Blue New Westerly granite quarries of Messrs. Young & Son of Milford, New Hampshire, East Milford, New Hampshire, advertisement, pp. 323
Maine Red Granite Co., O. S. Tarbox, Superintendent, Red Beach Red Granite, Beaver Lake Black Granite, Red Beach, Maine, advertisement, pp. 323
Michiasport Granite Co., Light Red Granite, Machiasport, Maine, advertisement, pp. 323
Brown & Wade, Successors to M. T. Jameson, Proprietors of the Jameson Granite Quarry, Eugene N. Brown and Frank S. Wade, South Thomaston, Maine, advertisement, pp. 323
Hooker & Martin, Successors to John O’Rourke & Co., Manufacturers of and Dealers in Light and Dark Barre and Plainfield Granite Monuments, tablets and General Cemetery Work, Plainfield, Vermont, advertisement, pp. 323
New Westerly Granite Co., Manufacturers and Dealers in all kinds of white granite Monumental and Building Work, Milford, New Hampshire, advertisement, pp. 323
W. E. Aughinbaugh & Co., Patents Procured in the United States and Foreign Countries, Washington, D.C., advertisement, pp. 323
John Duffus, Manufacturer of and Dealer in Dark Barre Granite Monuments, Williamstown, Vermont, advertisement, pp. 323
Patents,” pp. 324
Irving, Monumental Photographs For the Trade, Troy, New York, advertisement, pp. 324
Pittsburgh Crushed Steel Co., (Limited), Crushed Steel and Steel Emery, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, advertisement, pp. 324
James Dunn, Manufacturer Bailey’s Steel or Iron Portable Hoist, Cleveland, Ohio, advertisement, pp. 324
C. T. Maynard & Co., Manufacturers of Lifting Jacks, Fairhaven, Vermont, advertisement, pp. 324
James H. Lancaster, The “Lancaster” Rock Crushers, New York City, New York, advertisement, pp. 324
The Levytype Co., Photo-Engravers, Designers, Chicago, Illinois, advertisement, pp. 324
W. H. Anderson & Son, Manufacturers of and Dealers in Stone, Marble and Granite Workers’ Tools, Detroit, Michigan, advertisement, pp. 325
J. S. Mundy, Established 1870, Hoisting Engines, Newark, New Jersey, advertisement, pp. 325
B. C. & R. A. Tilghman, Patent Chilled Iron Globules or Shot, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, advertisement, pp. 325
Perry & Demeritt, Iron Frame Polishing Machines, Montpelier, Vermont, advertisement, pp. 325
W. A. Lane Mfr., Granite City Polishing Machine, Bare, Vermont, advertisement, pp. 325
Stevenson & Co., Steam Granite Polishing Works, Westerly, Rhode Island, advertisement, pp. 325
Concord Axle Co., Concord Polishing Machine, Penacook, New Hampshire, advertisement, pp. 325
W. T. FitzGerald, Attorney-at-Law, Patent, Washington, D.C., advertisement, pp. 325
John McLean, Bronze and Galvanized Cemetery Supplies, New York City, New York, advertisement, pp. 325
J. E. Bolles & Co., Vault Doors, Hinges & Locks in Iron or Bronze, Detroit, Michigan, advertisement, pp. 325
The ‘Eureka’ Contract’ adopted by the Marble and Granite Dealers Association of Nebraska,” (form), pp. 326
The International or Photogravure Edition of The ‘Monumental News,’ lists contents of the International edition January through July, pp. 327
Samuel E. Hendricks & Company, Hendricks’ Architects’ and Builders’ Guide and Contractors’ Directory, “A complete Directory of all the construction Industries of the country, containing over 150,000 names, addresses and business classifications, comprising Builders and Contracts of Material and Construction in the Building and kindred Industries. Contains also Complete Lists of Canadian, Cuban and Mexican Architects. Price, strongly bound in full cloth Five Dollars, advertisement, pp. 328
Business Chances, For Sale, Etc.,” pp. 328.
Wanted – Situations or Help,” pp. 328

The Monumental News Magazine, Vol. IV, No. 9, September 1892, R. J. Haight, Editor & Publisher, Chicago, Illinois (PDF)

Contents.
World’s Fair Notes – 334
Editorial – 339
The Mary Washington Monument – 340
A Future for Architectural Sculpture – 340
The German Monument at Milwaukee – 341
The Lincoln Monument – 342
Foreign Monumental Notes – 343
The Mendelssohn Monument – 343
Monumental Fountain at Barcelona – 343
Among the Sculptors – 344
Proposed Monuments – 345
A Monumental Freak – 345
Return to Antique – 346
Wonderful Temples at Baalbec – 346
Cemetery News – 347
The Michigan Convention – 348-349
The New England Dealers’ Meeting – 350
The Stone Age – 350
Marble Statue of Miss Annie Marshall – 350
Trade Notes – 352
The Tomb of Richelieu – 353
Advertising a Necessity – 353
The Rosenblatt Mausoleum – 353
Our Illustrations – 354
New Firms, Changes, etc. – 354
The John Watts Statue – 355
Quarries – 356
Quincy Correspondence – 357
Barre Correspondence – 358
Trade News Among our Advertisers – 360
Marble and Granite Workers’ Supplies - 364
World’s Fair Notes,” pp. 334 (Although the “Contents” lists this item in the September 1892 issue, there is no pp. 334, and there is no article with this title.)
Editorial, pp. 339
The Mary Washington Monument,” pp. 340 (photo caption) “The Mary Washington Monument.”
A Future for Architectural Sculpture,” pp. 340
The German Monument at Milwaukee,” pp. 341 (sketch caption) “First Prize Design for the German Monument at Milwaukee”
The Lincoln Monument,” located in the Oak Ridge Cemetery, Springfield, Illinois, pp. 342 (photo caption) “The Lincoln Monument”
“Foreign Monumental Notes,” pp. 343
“The Mendelssohn Monument,” in Leipzig,pp. 343
“Monumental Fountain at Barcelona,” (Spain), pp. 343 (includes a photograph of the fountain)
“Among the Sculptors,” pp. 344
“Proposed Monuments,” pp. 345
“A Monumental Freak,” Gurdon Cady’s monument in the Danville Cemetery, pp. 345
“Return to the Antique,” pp. 346 (includes sketches of two cemetery monuments)
“Cemetery Notes,” pp. 347
“The Michigan Convention,” pp.348
“Organization,” pp. 348
“The New England Dealers’ Meeting,” pp. 350
“The Stone Age,” pp. 350
“Marble Statue of Miss Annie Marshall,” reproduction of Miss Annie Marshall of Centralia, Illinois who died at the age of 12, Italian marble, pp.351
“Trade Notes,” pp.352 (includes photograph of the A. G. Whitcomb monument near Woodlawn Cemetery in Everett, Massachusetts, constructed from: Bottom base, Rockport granite…columns of Italian marble, columns of Red Beach granite, monument of Italian marble.)
“The Tomb of Richelieu,” pp.353
“Advertising a Necessity,” pp.353
“The Rosenblatt Mausoleum,” in Mt. Sinai Cemetery; Grable & Weber, architects; roof of copper, Georgia marble used throughout; R. H. Follenius of St. Louis who sublet the marble work to the Bradbury Marble Co., (includes a photograph of he mausoleum), pp.353
“Our Illustrations,” pp.354
“New Firms, Changes, Etc.,” pp.354
Jones Brothers, Points on Granite No. 2, advertisement, pp. 354
Bradbury Marble Co., Wholesalers and Finishers of Georgia and Other Marbles, St. Louis, Missouri, advertisement, pp. 354
Photograph of the bronze statue of New York philanthropist, John Watts, by George E. Bissell. The statue was set to be placed on a black granite pedestal in the Trinity Church Cemetery on Broadway in New York City, New York, pp. 355
G. Turini, Sculptor, Dongan Hills, New York, advertisement, pp. 355
Irving, Monumental Photographs for the Trade, Troy, New York, advertisement, pp. 355
National Fine Art Foundry, Casts, Maurice J. Power, Artists’ Models, and executes Architects’ designs in standard bronze, New York City, New York, advertisement, pp. 355
American Bronze Co., Founders in Standard Copper Bronze, Chicago, Illinois, advertisement, pp. 355 (includes a sketch of the “Gen. U.S. Grant” statue.)
Spadone & Cabaret, Bronze and Brass Work, New York City, New York, advertisement, pp. 355
J. & R. Lamb, Mosaics, New York City, New York, advertisement, pp. 355
The North American Iron Works, Foundry, Brooklyn, New York, advertisement, pp. 355
Chicopee Bronze Works, M. H. Mosman, Proprietor, Chicopee, Massachusetts, advertisement, pp. 355
Quarry Notes,” pp. 356
John L. Dalot, Addison Black Granite Quarry Land for Sale (Also called Black Diamond), Addison Point, Maine, advertisement, pp. 356
Cooke & Watkins, Cook & Watkins’ Nonpareil Design Book, Boston, Massachusetts & Aberdeen, Scotland, Granite Works, South Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement, pp. 356
Moir Granite Co., Beebe Plain Vermont, & Detroit, Michigan, advertisement, pp. 356
Quincy, Massachusetts – From our own Correspondent,” pp. 357
New York Granite Company, New York City, New York, advertisement, pp. 357
J. F. Townsend, Scotch, Swedish and American Granites, Italian Marble Statuary, Columbus Ohio; Aberdeen Scotland; and Carrara, Italy, advertisement, pp. 357
Frederick & Field, Established 1839, Quarries and Works, Quincy, Massachusetts, “Soldiers’ Monument Designs a Specialty,” advertisement, pp. 357
R. A. Curtis, Granite, Indianapolis, Indiana, advertisement, pp. 357
“Barre, Vermont – From our regular Correspondent,” pp. 358
The Granite Monument Design Co., “Cheap and Good – Our Photographs of Granite Monuments, Cleveland, Ohio, advertisement, pp. 358
Milne & Chalmers, Quarry owners and manufacturers, Quincy Granite Monumental Work, Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement, pp. 358
Western Granite, Valuable Granite Property for sale, or lease. “Three varieties of Granite,” care Monumental News, Chicago, Illinois advertisement, pp. 358
L. M. Averill, two large connecting offices at Barre, Vermont, to rent, Barre, Vermont, advertisement, pp. 359
C. W. McMillan, Charles W. McMillan, Dealer in Barre Granite Monuments, Barre, Vermont, advertisement, pp. 359
Cole & Marciasi, Successors to Robins & Co., Fine Granite Monumental Work, Statuary and Drapery a Specialty, Barre, Vermont, advertisement, pp. 359
Emslie & Kelman, Dealers in Barre Granite Monuments, etc., Barre, Vermont, advertisement, pp. 359
T. P. Owens & Son, Manufacturers and dealers in Quincy Granites, Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement, pp. 359
Trade News Among Our Advertisers,” pp. 360
E. C. Willison, Manufacturer and wholesale dealer in imported & American Granites, Boston, Massachusetts; Kansas City, Missouri; Aberdeen, Scotland; Works, South Quincy, Massachusetts & Montpelier, Vermont, advertisement, pp. 360
A ‘New-Process’ Memorial,” “An ingenious Parisian has invented a process by which the ashes of a cremated person may be preserved in the shape of a solid memorial of any desired shape, as a bas-relief, bust or other article….,” pp. 361
D. L. Daniels, Monumental Work, Milford, New Hampshire, advertisement, pp. 361
Crown Granite Works, The Champion Black Granite, Wm. Birss, Manager, South Thomaston, Maine, advertisement, pp. 361
Machiasport Granite Co., Red Granite, Machiasport, Maine, advertisement, pp. 361
Maine Red Granite Co., Red Beach Red Granite & Beaver Lake Black Granite, Red Beach, Maine, advertisement, pp. 361
White Mountain Granite Co., Quarries & Works, North Conway, New Hampshire, advertisement, pp. 361
Brown & Wade, Successors to M. T. Jameson, Proprietors of the Jameson Granite Quarry, Eugene N. Brown & Frank S. Wade, South Thomaston, Maine, advertisement, pp. 361
East Milford Granite Co., Blue New Westerly or Souhegan Granite, East Milford, New Hampshire, advertisement, pp. 361
New Westerly Granite Co., Manufacturers and dealers in all kinds of white granite memorial and building work, Milford, New Hampshire, advertisement, pp. 361
John Swenson, Manufacturer of hammered and rock-faced monuments, mausoleums, tombs and vaults, & sole producer of Dark Blue Concord Granite, West Concord, New Hampshire, advertisement, pp. 361
Correspondence,” pp. 362
James N. White, Dealer in Quincy Granite for monumental and building work, all kinds of Eastern Granite, Works, West Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement, pp. 362
Bissett Bros., James Bissett and Thomas Bissett, Manufacturers of Barre Granite Monuments, Office and works, Williamstown, Vermont; Quarries, Barre, Vermont, advertisement, pp. 362
F. H. Venn, Jr., Monumental Draftsman, “Artistic perspectives executed in water color and with the air brush,” advertisement, pp. 356
Chips from Various Quarries,” pp. 363
Adams Granite Works,” George McFarlane, Proprietor, Monuments, Statuary, Quincy Granite, Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement, pp. 363
Merry Mount Granite Co.,” John Lavers, Agent, and P. W. Driscoll, Treasurer, Quarry owners and manufacturers monuments, statuary and cemetery work from Quincy Granite and New England granites, Works, Quincy, Adamson Station, Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement, pp. 363
F. Barnicoat,” Successor to F. Barnicoat & Co., Granite Statuary, Portrait, and Ideal Figures, Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement, pp. 363
Joss Brothers,” Manufacturers of Quincy Granite Monumental Work, Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement, pp. 363
E. T. Barnum,” Fences, Vault Entrance Gates, etc., Detroit, Michigan, advertisement, pp. 363
Igo & Warner Granite Co.,” Dealers of monuments, statuary, cemetery works in Dark Blue, Light Quincy and all other Eastern Granites, Works, South Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement, pp. 363
Recent Patents,” pp. 364
Pittsburgh Crushed Steel Co., (Limited),” Crushed Steel, Emery, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, advertisement, pp. 364
James Dunn,” Manufacturer of Bailey’s Steel or Iron Portable Hoist, Cleveland, Ohio, advertisement, pp. 364
C. T. Maynard & Co.,” Manufactures of Lifting Jacks, Fairhaven, Vermont, advertisement, pp. 364
James H. Lancaster,” The “ Lancaster” Rock Crushers, New York City, New York, advertisement, pp. 364
The Levytype Co.,” Photo-Engravers and Designs, Chicago, Illinois, advertisement, pp. 364
W. H. Anderson & Son,” Manufacturers and dealers in stone, marble and granite workers’ tools, Detroit, Michigan, advertisement, pp. 365
J. S. Mundy,” Established 1870, Hoisting Engines, Newark, New Jersey, advertisement, pp. 365
B.C. & R. A. Tilghman,” Patent chilled iron globules or shot, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, advertisement, pp. 365
Perry & Demeritt,” Manufacturers of Superior Iron Frame Polishing Machines, Montpelier, Vermont, advertisement, pp. 365
W. A. Lane,” Manufacturer Granite City Polishing Machine, Barre, Vermont, advertisement, pp. 365
Concord Axle Co.,” Manufacturer of the Concord Polishing Machine, Penacook, New Hampshire, advertisement, pp. 365
Chicago Commercial Co.,” World’s Fair Exhibitors, “Do you desire the services of a reliable company to receive, install and superintend your exhibit during the World’s Columbian Exposition! Chicago, Illinois, advertisement, pp. 365
Goodell & Harding,” Portable Box Bander, Burlington, Vermont, advertisement, pp. 365
Lewis D. Gumb,” Madison Pink Granite quarried and manufactured by Lewis D. Gum, Lowell, Massachusetts, advertisement, pp. 365
Notes about Castellina marble, the executive committee of the Granite Cutters’ National Union, the largest artificial stone in the world (forms the base of the Bartholdi statue of Liberty on Bedloe’s Island, New York harbor), and a city paved with marble (Kilkenny, Ireland), pp. 366
Melcher & Hadley,” Manufacturers of Bare Granite monuments and cemetery work, Barre, Vermont, advertisement, pp. 366
Henderson & Dickie,” Manufacturers and dealers in Barre Granite Monuments, etc., Barre, Vermont, advertisement, pp. 366
Wood & Troup,” Manufacturers and dealers in Dark Barre Granite, Barre, Vermont, advertisement, pp. 366
Hooker & Martin,” Successors to John O’Rourke & Co., Manufacturers of and dealers in Barre and Plainfield Granite Monuments, Tablets, etc., Plainfield, Vermont, advertisement, pp. 366
J. E. Bolles & Co.,” Vault Doors, hinges and locks in iron or bronze, etc., Detroit, Michigan, advertisement, pp. 366
John McLean,” Bronze and galvanized cemetery supplies, New York City, New York, advertisement, pp. 366
The D. H. Ranck Pub. Co.,” Stone in new form, “Same size as Harper’s, the Century and other well known magazines, the D. H. Ranck Pub. Co., Indianapolis, Indiana, advertisement, pp. 366
Books for the Trade,” pp. 367 (Marble Workers’ Manual, Clark’s Epitaph Book; Archibald’s Quick and Accurate Methods of Estimating Granite Monuments; Perspective; Anatomy in Art; Marble and Marble Workers, by Arthur Lee, Bristol, England; and Public Statues and Monuments of New York.)
Monon Route, Louisville, New Albany & Chicago R. Co.,” Runs two vestibuled trains daily between Chicago, Indianapolis and Cincinnati, Chicago, Lafayette and Louisville...., James Barker, General Passenger Agent, Chicago, Illinois, advertisement pp. 367
United Mercantile Agency,” Book of Credits, advertisement pp. 367
Business Chances, For Sale, Etc.,” pp. 368
Wanted – Situations or Help,” pp. 368
Foster & Richards,” A. E. Foster and W. A. Richards, Monumental designers and Draughtsmen, Designs on silk a specialty, Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement pp. 368

The Monumental News Magazine, Vol. IV, No. 10, October 1892, R. J. Haight, Editor & Publisher, Chicago, Illinois (PDF)

Contents.
Editorial – 379-380
The Cincinnati Crematorium – 380
Sculptured Decoration of the Schiller Theater – 382
Foreign Monumental News – 382
Soldiers’ Monuments – 383
Among the Sculptors – 384
Proposed Monuments – 385
Forest Home Cemetery, Milwaukee, Wisconsin – 386-387
Some Features of Sculpture at the World’s Fair – 388
Soldiers Monuments – 389
A Novel Monument – 389
Art and Society – 390
Design for a Rock-Faced Monument – 391
Trade Notes – 392
A Marble Cutters’ Monument – 393
Our Lady of Victories – 3939
Our Illustrations – 394
How They Moved Obelisks – 395
Trade News Among our Advertisers – 396
New Firms, Changes, etc., - 396
Correspondence – 397-398, 399-400
Queer Specimens of Cemetery Poetry – 402
Read His Name on a Monument – 403
Granite and Marble Workers’ Supplies – 404
Old Tombstones – 406
Books for the Trade - 407
Editorial, pp. 379
The Cincinnati Crematorium,” (Ohio – includes a sketch of the crematorium) Basement walls constructed of Bedford, Indiana, limestone), pp. 380
The Imperial Institute, London, (engraving caption) “The Principal Entrance,” pp. 381
Sculptured Decorations of the Schiller Theater,” pp. 382
Foreign Monumental Notes,” pp. 382
Soldiers’ Monuments” (Engraving captions) “Mahanoy City, Pennsylvania, Solders’ Monument” & “Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Monument, Merrimack, New Hampshire,” pp. 383
Among the Sculptors,” pp. 384
Proposed Monuments,” pp. 385
Forest Home Cemetery, Milwaukee, Wisconsin,” (engraving caption) “The Chapel and Conservator, Forest Home Cemetery, Milwaukee, Wisconsin” (photo caption) “The Schlitz Monument, Forest Home Cemetery, Milwaukee, Wisconsin”
Some Features of Sculpture at the World’s Fair,” (photo captions) “Pediment. Agricultural Building.” & “Capital of Pillar, Fisheries Building,” pp. 388-389
Soldiers’ Monuments,” pp. 389
A Novel Monument,” “a monument constructed of 1,833 bullets from the great battlefields, quantities of Union and Confederate buttons, epaulettes, belt-plates, canteens, revolvers, bayonets, bowie knives exploded shells, etc.,” pp. 389
(Engraving captions) “‘Franklin.’ – C. Rohl Smith.” & “‘The Republic.’ – D. C. French.” (photo caption) “Sculptor Waagen and his Lion.”
Art and Society,” signed “Nico Bech-Meyer, pp. 390
Design for a Rock-FacedMonument,” pp. 391
Trade Notes,” pp. 392
A Marble Cutter’s Monument,” (includes sketches of two monuments), pp. 393
Our Lady of Victories,” (in the church of St. Vincent de Paul, New York City, New York), “The statue of Our Lady of Victories has been sculptured from white Carrara marble and will be exhibited at the Columbian Exposition at Chicago. (Illinois), pp. 393
Our Illustrations,” pp. 394
Jones Brothers,” Points on Granite No. 3, Main office, Boston, Massachusetts; Western office, Chicago, Illinois; Quarry and Works, Barre, Vermont; Foreign Office, Aberdeen, Scotland, advertisement pp. 394
The Granite Monument Design Co.,” Photographs of granite monuments, Cleveland, Ohio, advertisement pp. 394
James N. White,” Dealer in Quincy Granite, Works: West Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement pp. 394
Bradbury Marble Co.,” Wholesalers and Finishers of Georgia and other Marbles, Monumental and Building Marbles, Tiles, etc., St. Louis, Missouri, advertisement pp. 394
How They Moved Obelisks,” pp. 395
G. Turini,” Sculptor, Dongan Hills, New York, advertisement pp. 395
Irving,” Monumental Photographs for the Trade, Troy, New York, advertisement pp. 395
Maurice J. Power,” Established 1868, National Fine Art Foundry, New York City, New York, advertisement pp. 395
American Bronze Co.,” Founders in Standard Copper Bronze, Chicago, Illinois, advertisement pp. 395
Spadone & Cabaret,” Bronze and Brass Work, New York City, New York, advertisement pp. 395
J. & R. Lamb,” Mosaics, New York City, New York, advertisement pp. 395
The North American Iron Works,” Foundry: Brooklyn, New York, advertisement pp. 395
Chicopee Bronze Works,” M. H. Mosman, Proprietor, advertisement pp. 395
Trade New Among Our Advertisers,” pp. 396
Ellettsville Steam Stone Works,” Matthews Brothers, Proprietors, Ellettsville, Indiana, advertisement pp. 396
Dixon & Co.,” “Will furnish to the trade Westerly Granite from their own quarries. White a Specialty,” advertisement pp. 396
Quincy, Massachusetts – From our own Correspondent,” pp. 397
New York Granite Company,” Importers and Wholesalers, Monumental Work, Building Work, Polished Granite Columns, New York City, New York, advertisement pp. 397
J. F. Townsend,” Scotch, Swedish, and American Granites, Italian Marble Statuary, Columbus, Ohio; Aberdeen, Scotland; Carrara, Italy, advertisement pp. 397
Frederick & Field,” Quarries and Works, Quincy, Massachusetts, Established 1839, advertisement pp. 397
R. A. Curtis,” Importer and Wholesale Dealer in Statuary, American and Scotch Granite, Indianapolis, Indiana, advertisement pp. 397
Swingle & Falconer,” Manufacturers, Importers and Wholesale Dealers (in granite), Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement pp. 398
Milne & Chalmers,” Quarry Owners and Manufacturers, Quincy Granite Steam Polishing Works, Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement pp. 398
Western Granite,” Valuable Granite Property for sale “nearer to Chicago than any of the granite quarries now being worked,” advertisement pp. 398
Barre, Vermont – From our regular Correspondent,” pp. 399
C. W. McMillan,” Charles W. McMillan, dealer in Barre granite monuments, Barre, Vermont, advertisement pp. 399
Bissett Bros.,” James Bissett & Thomas Bissett, Manufacturers of Barre Granite Monuments and Cemetery Work, Office & Works, Williamstown, Vermont; Quarries, Barre, Vermont, advertisement pp. 399
Emslie & Kelman,” Dealers in Barre Granite Monuments, etc., Barre, Vermont, advertisement pp. 399
T. P. Owens & Son,” Manufacturers and Dealers in Quincy Granite, Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement pp. 399
World’s Fair Offices,” “Readers of the Monumental News who expect to be represented in Chicago during the World’s Fair and who will require desk room or offices are requested to correspond with us, stating their requirements, The Monumental News, Chicago, Illinois, advertisement pp. 399
How to Maintain Prices,” pp. 400
J. M. Wooldridge,” Manufacturer for the granite trade only, Elyria, Lorain County, Ohio, advertisement pp. 401
D. L. Daniels,” Monumental Work in New Westerly Granite, Milford, New Hampshire, advertisement pp. 401
Crown Granite Works,” The Champion Black Granite, operated by the Crown Granite works, South Thomaston, Maine, Wm. Birss, Manager, advertisement pp. 401
Machiasport Granite Co.,” Light Red Granite for Monumental and Building Work, Machiasport, Maine, advertisement pp. 401
New Westerly Granite Co.,” Manufacturers and Dealers in all kinds of white granite, monumental and building work, Milford, New Hampshire, advertisement pp. 401
Maine Red Granite Co.,” Red Beach Red Granite and Beaver Lake Black Granite, Red Beach, Maine, advertisement pp. 401
White Mountain Granite Co.,” Dealers in North Conway Red Granite, Quarries and Works, North Conway, New Hampshire, advertisement pp. 401
Brown & Wade,” Eugene N. Brown & Frank S. Wade, Successors to M. T. Jameson, Proprietor of the Jameson Granite Quarry, South Thomaston, Maine, advertisement pp. 401
East Milford Granite Co.,” Blue New Westerly or Souhegan Granite, East Milford, New Hampshire, advertisement pp. 401
John Swenson,” Manufacturer of hammered and rock-faced monuments, mausoleums, tombs and vaults, also sole producer of the celebrated Dark Blue Concord Granite, West Concord, New Hampshire, advertisement pp. 401
Kenyon & Co.,” Dealers in White Westerly Granite, Niantic, Rhode Island, advertisement pp. 401
E. C. French,” Manufacturer of and Dealer in Monumental Work from Light and Dark Barre Granite, Barre, Vermont, advertisement pp. 401
Queer Specimens of Cemetery Poetry,” pp. 402
Cook & Watkins,” Cook & Watkins’ Nonpareil Design Book, Boston Massachusetts, Aberdeen, Scotland, Granite Works, South Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement pp. 402
Moir Granite Co.,” Granite Dealer, Detroit, Michigan, advertisement pp. 402
Read His Name on a Monument,” pp. 403
McDonnell & Cook,” Manufacturers of Quincy Granite Monumental Work, Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement pp. 403
Adams Granite Works,” George McFarlane, Proprietor, Manufacture of Monuments Statuary, etc., of Quincy Granite, Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement pp. 403
Merry Mount Granite co.,” John Lavery, Agent, & P. W. Driscoll, Treasurer, Quarry owners and manufacturers monuments, statuary and cemetery work from Light and Dark Quincy Granite and all kinds of New England Granites; Works, Quincy, Adams Station, Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement pp. 403
F. Barnicoat,” Successor to F. Barnicoat & Co., Granite Statuary, Portrait and Ideal Figures, Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement pp. 403
E. T. Barnum,” Fences, Vault Entrance Gates, etc., iron fencing, Detroit, Michigan, advertisement pp. 403
Joss Bros.,” Manufacturers of Quincy Granite Monumental Work, Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement pp. 403
Ito & Warner Granite Co.,” Dealers in monuments, statuary, and cemetery work in Dark Blue, Light Quincy, and all other Eastern granites, Works, South Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement pp. 403
Granite and Marble Workers’ Supplies,”
Pittsburgh Crushed Steel Co., (Limited),” Crushed Steel, Steel Emery, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, advertisement pp. 404
James Dunn,”Manufacturer of Bailey’s Steel or Iron Portable Hoist, Cleveland, Ohio,” advertisement pp. 404
F. H. Venn, Jr.,” Monumental Draftsman, Chicago, Illinois, advertisement pp. 404
C. T. Maynard & Co.,” Manufacturers of Lifting Jacks, Fairhaven, Vermont, advertisement pp. 404
Nutting & Hayden,” Granite Cutters’ and Quarry Tools, Concord, New Hampshire, advertisement pp. 404
James H. Lancaster,” The “ Lancaster” Rock Crushers, New York City, New York, advertisement pp. 404
W. H. Anderson & Son,” Manufacturers of and Dealers in Stone, Marble and Granite Workers’ Tools, Detroit, Michigan, advertisement pp. 405
J. S. Mundy,” Established 1870, Hoisting Engines, Newark, New Jersey, advertisement pp. 405
B. C. & R. A. Tilghman,” Patent Chilled Iron Globules or Shot, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, advertisement pp. 405
Perry & Demeritt,” Manufacturers of superior iron frame Polishing Machines, Montpelier, Vermont, advertisement pp. 405
W. T. FitzGerald,” Patent Attorney-at-Law, Washington, D.C., advertisement pp. 405
John McLean,” Hand Polishing Machine, New York City, New York, advertisement pp. 405
Concord Axle Co.,” Concord Polishing Machine Manufactured only by Concord Axle Co., Penacook, New Hampshire, advertisement pp. 405
Goodell & Harding,” Portable Box Bander, Burlington, Vermont, advertisement pp. 405
W. A. Lane,” Granite City Polishing Machine,” Barre, Vermont, advertisement pp. 405
Old Tombstones,” (“Two old tombstones were recently removed from a neighboring farm to the cemetery at Clarkstown, New York…”), pp. 406
Melcher & Hadley,” Manufacturers of Barre Granite Monuments and Cemetery Work, Barre, Vermont, advertisement pp. 406
Henderson & Dickie,” Manufacturers & Dealers in Barre Granite Monuments, etc., Barre, Vermont, advertisement pp. 406
Hooker & Martin,” Successors to John O’Rourke & Co., Manufacturers of and Dealers in Light and Dark Barre and Plainfield Granite Monuments, etc., Plainfield, Vermont, advertisement pp. 406
J. E. Bolles & Co.,” Vault Doors, Hinges and Locks in Iron or Bronze, Detroit, Michigan, advertisement pp. 406
The D. H. Ranck Pub. Co.,” Stone in new form, Indianapolis, Indiana, advertisement pp. 406
“Books for Trade,” Marble Workers’ Manual, Clark’s Epitaph Book, Archibald’s Quick and Accurate Methods of Estimating Granite Monuments, Perspective, Anatomy in Art, Marble and Marble Workers, and Public Statues and Monuments of New York (printed plates), The Monumental News, Chicago, Illinois, pp. 407
H. Cannon Co.,” Importers and Dealers in Steel Cables, Wire Rope, Chicago, Illinois, advertisement pp. 407
Monon Route,” Louisville, New Albany Chicago Ry. Co., Runs two vestibuled trains daily between Chicago, Indianapolis and Cincinnati, Chicago, Lafayette and Louisville, etc., advertisement pp. 407
United Mercantile Agency,” Book of Credits, advertisement pp. 407
Business Chances, For Sale, Etc.,” pp. 408
Wanted – Situations or Help,” pp. 408
Foster & Richards,” A. E. Foster and W. A. Richards, Monumental Designers and Draughtsmen, Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement pp. 408

The Monumental News, Vol. 4, No. 11, November 1892, R. J. Haight, Editor & Publisher, Chicago, Illinois (PDF)

Contents.
Editorial – 420
The Camera as a Helper – 420
New York’s Columbus – 421
The Buyens Columbus – 421
Other Monuments to our Christopher – 421
New York’s Columbus Arch – 422
The Battle Field of Sedan – 422
Foreign Monumental Notes – 422
Statuary at the World’s Fair – 423
The Drake Fountain – 423
Proposed Monuments – 424
Among the Sculptors – 425
Cave Hill Cemetery, Louisville, Kentucky – 426
The Temples of Rameses - 427
The Baltimore Convention – 428, 429-430
Design for a Fountain – Illustrated – 431
Bartholdis, “LaFayette and Washington” – Illustrated – 431
Standing Stones – 432
Bunker Hill Monument – 432
Trade Notes – 433
Our Illustrations – 434
Trade News Among our Advertisers – 436
Quincy Correspondence – 437-438
Barre Correspondence – 439-440
Quaint Epitaphs – 442
First Memorial of Captain Cook – 443
The Tomb of Mother Goose – 443
Granite Workers’ Supplies – 444
Recent Patents – 444
Colored Statuary – 446
Books for the Trade – 447
Some Gigantic Statues – 448
The Grave of Miles Standish – 448
Editorial, pp. 420
The Camera as a Helper, pp. 420
New York’s Columbus,” pp. 421
The Buyens Columbus,” (Boston, Massachusetts ), pp. 421
Other Monuments to Our Christopher,” pp. 421 (Baltimore, Maryland; New Haven, Connecticut; New York City, New York; Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; Youngstown, Ohio; Willimantic, Connecticut; Lynn, Massachusetts; and Scranton, Pennsylvania, pp 421)
New York’s Columbus Arch,” pp. 422
The Battlefield of Sedan,” pp. 422
Monument of the 26th Pennsylvania Emergency Regiment at Gettysburg, pp. 422
Statuary at the World’s Fair,” (photo captions) “Group of Sculptors at Work on World’s Fair Statuary,” & “‘Industry,’ for Administration Building, World’s Fair. Designed by Carl Bitter,” pp. 423
Proposed Monuments,” pp. 424
Among the Sculptors,” pp. 425
Cave Hill Cemetery, Louisville, Kentucky,” (photo caption) Entrance to Cave Hill Cemetery, Louisville, Ky. Secretary and Treasure’s Office, and Director’s Rooms. Waiting Rooms. pp. 426 “Superintendent’s Office and Waiting Rooms, Cave Hill Cemetery,” pp. 427
The Temples of Rameses,” pp. 427
The Baltimore Convention,” (Maryland), pp. 427, 429-430
Albert Thorwaldsen,” (born in Copenhagen in 1770), pp. 430
London Monuments,” pp. 430
Illustrations, pp. 431 (captions) “Design for a Fountain. From the Southern Architect.” “Bartholdi’s ‘Lafayette and Washington,’ for the City of Paris,” pp. 431
Bunker Hill Monument,” (in Massachusetts ), pp. 432
Trade Notes,” pp. 433
Our Illustrations,” pp. 434
New Firms, Changes, Etc.,” pp. 434
Jones Brothers,” Points on Granite. No. 4. Rose Swede, 8882 – 1892, Maine office, Boston, Massachusetts; Western office, Chicago, Illinois; Quarry and Works, Barre, Vermont; Foreign office, Aberdeen, Scotland, advertisement pp. 434
Bradbury Marble Co.,” Wholesalers and Finishers of Georgia and other Marbles, Monumental and Building Marbles, Tiles, etc., St. Louis, Missouri, advertisement pp. 434
G. Turini,” Sculptor, Dongan Hills, Richmond County, New York, advertisement pp. 435
Irving,” Monumental Photographs for the Trade, Troy, New York, advertisement pp. 435
Maurice J. Power,” Established 1868, National Fine Art Foundry, New York City, New York, advertisement pp. 435
American Bronze Co.,” Founders in Standard Copper Bronze, Chicago, Illinois, advertisement pp. 435
J. & R., Mosaics, “ New York City, New York,” advertisement pp. 435
The North American Iron Works,” Brooklyn, New York, advertisement pp. 435
Spadone & Cabaret,” Bronze and Brass Worked of every description for Vaults and Tombs, etc., New York City, New York, advertisement pp. 435
Chicopee Bronze Works, M. H. Mosman, Proprietor, Chicopee, Massachusetts, advertisement pp. 435
Trade News Among Our Advertisers,” pp. 436
Elletsville Steam Stone Works,” Matthew Brothers, Dealers in Proprietors of rough and sawed building stone, caps, sills, columns, ashlar flagging, bases, &c., advertisement pp. 436
Petersburg Granite Quarrying Company,” Quarries and Works, Petersburg, Virginia. General offices, New York City, New York advertisement pp. 436
Blue Mountain Granite Works,” Alex Cochran, Proprietor, and R. Farquharson, Manager, Granite work of every description, Ryegate and Barre Granite, South Ryegate, Vermont, advertisement pp. 436
Quincy, Massachusetts Correspondence,” pp. 437
The Kansas Way,” “We noticed a tombstone man starting out this morning with his grip full of samples and a double barrel shot gun. It is evident he expects to do business in his line even if he has to make it himself. Kansas Paper.” pp. 437
New York Granite Company,” Importers and Wholesalers Monumental Work, Building Work, Polished Granite Columns, New York City, New York, advertisement pp. 437
Frederick & Field,” Rough Stock Quarried for the Trade, Soldiers’ Monument Designs a Specialty, Quarries and Works, Quincy, Massachusetts, Established 1839, advertisement pp. 437
James N. White,” Dealer in all kinds of Dark and Light Quincy Granite for Monumental and Building Work, Works, West Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement pp. 437
Swingle & Falconer,” Manufacturers, Importers and Wholesale Dealers in Foreign and American Granites, Head office and works, Quincy, Massachusetts; Foreign office, Aberdeen, Scotland, advertisement pp. 438
Milne & Chalmers,” Quarry Owners and Manufacturers Quincy Granite Monumental Work, Steam Polishing Works, Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement pp. 438
A. Marnock & Co.,” Foreign Granites and New England Granites, South Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement pp. 438
Barre, Vermont, Correspondence,” pp. 439
C. W. McMillan,” Charles W. McMillan, Dealer in Barre Granite Monuments, Barre, Vermont, advertisement pp. 439
Bissett Bros.,” James Bissett and Thomas Bissett, Manufacturers of Barre Granite Monuments and Cemetery Work, Office & Works, Williamstown, Vermont, Quarries, Barre, Vermont, advertisement pp. 439
Emslie & Kelman,” Dealers in Barre Granite Monuments, etc., Draping and Carving a Specialty, Barre, Vermont, advertisement pp. 439
T. P. Owens & Son,” Manufacturers and Dealers in Quincy Granites, Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement pp. 439
An Egyptian Superstition,” pp. 440
F. H. Venn, Jr.,” Monumental Draftsman, Chicago, Illinois, advertisement pp. 440
The Granite Monument Design Co.,” Photographs of Granite Monuments, Cleveland, Ohio, advertisement pp. 440
Craig & Richards Granite Co.,” Quarriers and Manufacturers of Dark Blue Quincy Granite, Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement pp. 440
Foster & Richards,” A. E. Foster & W. A. Richards, Monumental Designers and Draughtsmen, Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement pp. 440
Charles Veit,” Producer of Scotch-American Hone, Soft, Medium and Hard. Excellent for all kinds of Marble, Cincinnati, Ohio, advertisement pp. 441
D. L. Daniels,” Manufacturer of Monumental Work in New Westerly Granite, Milford, New Hampshire, advertisement pp. 441
Crown Granite Works,” Operator of Champion Black Granite, Works in South Thomaston, Maine, Wm. Birss, Manager, advertisement pp. 441
Machiasport Granite Co.,” Light Red Granite – Monumental and Building Work, Machiasport, Maine, advertisement pp. 441
The Sun,” subscription, New York City, New York, advertisement pp. 441
Maine Red Granite Co.,” Red Beach Red Granite, advertisement pp. 441 and Beaver Lake Black Granite, Red Beach, Maine
Brown & Wade,” Successors to M. T. Jameson, Proprietor of the Jameson Granite Quarry, Eugene N. Brown and Frank S. Wade, South Thomaston, Maine, advertisement pp. 441
Scientific American,” Scientific American Agency for Patents, Caveats, Trade Marks, Design Patents, Copyrights, etc., New York, New York, advertisement pp. 441
E. C. French,” Manufacturer of and Dealer in Monumental Work in Light and Dark Barre Granite, Barre, Vermont, advertisement pp. 441
East Milford Granite Co.,” Blue New Westerly or Souhegan Granite For the Trade, East Milford, New Hampshire, advertisement pp. 441
Kenyon & Co.,” Dealers in White Westerly Granite, Niantic, Rhode Island, advertisement pp. 441
New Westerly Granite Works,” P. P. Matheson, Proprietor, Manufacturers and Dealers in all kinds of white granite Monumental and Building Work, Milford, New Hampshire, advertisement pp. 441
Quaint Epitaphs,” pp. 442
Cook & Watkins,” Boston, Massachusetts, advertisement pp. 442
Moir Granite Co.,” Beebe Plain, Vermont, and M. S. Dart, Western Manager, Detroit, Michigan, advertisement pp. 442
First Memorial of Captain Cook,” (Sydney, Australia), pp. 443
The Tomb of Mother Goose,” “graveyard of the old South Church in Boston…found an old and battered tombstone with the following legend, “Here lyes ye Bodye of Mary Goose, Wife to Isaac Goose. Died 1690.” pp. 443
High-Heeled Angels,” (“On the steeple of an old Universalist church in Bath, Me., there is a wooden figure of an angel….”), pp. 443
Adams Granite works,” George McFarlane, Proprietor, Manufacturer of Monuments and Statuary, Quincy Granite, Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement pp. 443
Merry Mount Granite Co., Inc.,” Monuments, Statuary and Cemetery Work from Light and Dark Quincy Granite, Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement pp. 443
F. Barnicoat,” Successor to F. Barnicoat & Co. Granite Statuary, Portrait and Ideal Figures, Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement pp. 443
W. E. Aughinbaugh & Co.,” Patents, Washington, D.C., advertisement pp. 443
Joss Brothers,” Manufacturers of Quincy Granite Monumental Work, Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement pp. 443
Igo & Warner Granite Co.,” Dealers in all kinds of Monuments, Statuary, and Cemetery Work in Dark Blue, Light Quincy, and all other Eastern Granites, Works, South Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement pp. 443
Marble and Granite Workers Supplies,” pp. 444
Recent Patents,” pp. 444
What Comes from Advertising,” pp. 444
Pittsburgh Crushed Steel Co. (Limited),” Crushed Steel, Steel Emery, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, advertisement pp. 444
James Dunn,” Manufacturer Bailey’s Steel or Iron Portable Hoist, Cleveland, Ohio, advertisement pp. 444
C. T. Maynard & Co.,” Manufacturers of Lifting Jacks, Fairhaven, Vermont, advertisement pp. 444
Nutting & Hayden,” Granite Cutters’ and Quarry Tools, Concord, New Hampshire, advertisement pp. 444
James H. Lancaster,” The “Lancaster” Rock Crushers, advertisement pp. 444
W. H. Anderson & Son,” Manufacturers of and Dealers in Marble and Granite Workers’ Tools, Detroit, Michigan, advertisement pp. 445
J. S. Mundy,” Established 1870, Hoisting Engines, advertisement pp. 445
B. C. & R. A. Tilghman,” Patent Chilled Iron Globules or Shot, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, advertisement pp. 445
Perry & Dermitt,” Manufacturers of Superior Iron Frame Polishing Machines, Montpelier, Vermont, advertisement pp. 445
John McLean,” Hand Polishing Machine, New York, New York, advertisement pp. 445
Concord Axle Co.,” Manufacturer of the Concord Polishing Machine, Penacook, New Hampshire, advertisement pp. 445
Goodell & Harding,” Portable Box Bander, Burlington, Vermont, advertisement pp. 445
W. A. Lane,” Manufacturer of the Granite City Polishing Machine, advertisement pp. 445
Colored Statuary,” pp. 446
A Cyclone in South Caroline recently swept through a cemetery and snapped many shafts and slabs in two, without regard to size, as if they were so many twigs.” pp. 446
Melcher & Hadley,” Manufacturers of Barre Granite Monuments and Cemetery Work, advertisement pp. 446
Henderson & Dickie,” Manufacturers and Dealers in Light and Dark Barre Granite Monuments, Tablets, etc., Barre, Vermont, advertisement pp. 446
Wood & Troup,” Manufacturers and Dealers in Dark Barre Granite, Barre, Vermont, advertisement pp. 446
Hooker & Martin,” Successors to John O’Rourke & Co., Manufacturers of and Dealers in Light and Dark Barre and Plainfield Granite Monuments, Tablets, etc., Plainfield, Vermont, advertisement pp. 446
Stone, in New Form” D. H. Ranck Publishing Co., Indianapolis, Indiana, advertisement pp. 446
Books for the Trade,” (Marble Workers’ Manual, Clark’s Epitaph Book, Archibald’s Quick and Accurate Methods of Estimating Granite Monuments, Perspective, Anatomy in Art, Marble and Marble Workers, and Public Statues and Monuments of New York, pp. 447)
H. Channon Co.,” Importers and Dealers in English Crucible and Plow Steel Cables, Wire Rope, Chicago, Illinois, advertisement pp. 447
Monon Route,” James Barker, General Passenger Agent, General Offices, Monon Block, Chicago, Illinois, advertisement pp. 447
The New Handy Binder,” “for keeping the numbers of the Monumental News in good condition, Monumental News, Chicago, Illinois, advertisement pp. 447
United Mercantile Agency,” Book of Credits, Boston, Massachusetts, advertisement pp. 447
The Tired Woman’s Epitaph,”
Here lies a poor woman who always was tired.
Who lived in a house where help was not hired.
Her last words on earth were: “Dear friends, I am going
Where washing ain’t done, nor sweeping nor sewing.
But everything there is exact to my wishes,
For when they don’t eat there’s no washing of dishes.
I’ll be where loud anthems will always be ringing.
But having no voice I’ll get clear of the singing.
Don’t mourn for me now, don’t mourn for me never –
I’m going to do nothing for ever and ever.
- Detroit Free Press.
Some Gigantic Statues,” pp. 448
The Grave of Miles Standish,” (Duxbury), pp. 448.
Business Chances, For Sale, Etc.,” pp. 448
Wanted – Situations or Help,” pp. 448

The Monumental News, Vol. 4, No. 12, December 1892, R. J. Haight, Editor & Publisher, Chicago, Illinois (PDF)

Contents.
Editorial – 459
General Hancock’s Tomb – 461
Early Sculpture in England – 460-461
Among the Sculptors – 462
Real and Realistic – 463
Proposed Monuments – 464
Headstones and Markers – 465
A Flexible Sandstone – 465
The Origin of Art – 466
The Tomb of Mother Eve – 466
Monuments to Pugilists – 467
The Burning Grounds of India – 467
Associations – 468
The Brooklyn Arch – 469
Cemetery News – 470
Egyptian Remains – 479
Trade Notes – 471
Quarry Notes – 472
Bronze – 473
A Three Year’s Vigil – 476
Quincy Correspondence – 481-482
Trade News Among our Advertisers – 486
Recent Patents – 486
Editorial, pp. 459
Early Sculpture in England,” pp. 460
General Hancock’s Tomb,” (“colossal bust of Gen. Hancock was recently unveiled in New York, and a movement is also on foot to have his grave at Norristown, marked in a similar way….” pp. 461)
Among the Sculptors,” pp. 462
Real and Realistic,” pp. 463
(engraving caption) “Anarchists’ Monument, Waldheim Cemetery, Chicago,” ( Illinois ), pp. 463
Proposed Monuments,” pp. 464
The Confederate Soldiers’ Monument for Chicago,” (Illinois), pp. 464
Head Stones and Markers,” A paper by M. A. Farwell, President Oakwoods Cemetery, read before the Sixth Annual Convention of the Association of American Cemetery Superintendents, pp. 465
A Flexible Sandstone,” (“…The itacolumite, or flexible sandstone, is the most abundant of these rocks, and is found principally in Brazil….”), pp. 465
The Origin of Art,” from a lecture read before the Academy of Arts, Sydney, Australia, by Mr. P. Fletcher, President, pp. 466
The Tomb of Mother Eve,” (The Arabs claim that Eve’s tomb is at Jiddah, the seaport of Mecca….,”) pp. 460
Monuments to Pugilists,” pp. 467
The Burning Grounds of India,” pp. 467
Associations,” “General call of the National Marble and Granite Dealers and Manufacturers Association of the United States of America and Canada.” pp 468
Design for a Monument,” pp. 469
Cemetery Notes,” pp. 470
Egyptian Remains,” “Some very rare relics which were found near Alexandria (Egypt).”
New Firms, Changes, Etc.,” pp. 471
Quarry Notes,” pp. 472
Our Illustrations,” pp. 472
Bronze,” pp. 473
G. Turini,” Sculptor, Dongan Hills, Richmond County, New York, advertisement pp. 473
Irving,” Monumental Photographs for the Trade, Troy, New York, advertisement pp. 473
National Fine Art Foundry,” Established 1868, Maurice J. Power, New York City, New York, advertisement pp. 473
American Bronze Co.,” Founders in Standard Copper Bronze, Chicago, Illinois, advertisement pp. 473
Spadone & Cabaret,” Bronze and Brass Work of every description, for Vaults and Tombs, New York City, New York, advertisement pp. 473
J. & R. Lamb,” Mosaics, New York City, New York, advertisement pp. 473
The North American Iron Works,” Brooklyn, New York, advertisement pp. 473
Chicopee Bronze Works,” M. H. Mosman, Proprietor, Chicopee, Massachusetts, advertisement pp. 473
Trees and Shrubbery in the Cemetery,” pp. 474
Jones Brothers,” 1882-1892, Points on Granite No. 5, Main office, Boston, Massachusetts; Western office, Chicago, Illinois; Quarry and Works, Barre, Vermont; Foreign office, Aberdeen, Scotland, advertisement, pp. 474
Bradbury Marble Co.,” Wholesalers and Finishers of Georgia and other marbles, Monumental and building marbles, tiles, St. Louis, Missouri, advertisement pp. 474
Booth Bros. & Hurricane Isle Granite Company,” Connecticut White Granite, New London, Connecticut, advertisement pp. 475
A Three Year’s Vigil,” “A native of Kinklang, China, has taken a vow to watch by his mother’s grave for a period of three years….” pp. 476
Monumental News,” Hill’s Souvenir Guide to Chicago and the World’s Fair, The World’s Columbian Exposition, Chicago, Illinois, advertisement pp. 476
Cook & Watkins,” Boston, Moyer Marble Drill, Massachusetts, advertisement pp. 476
Swingle & Falconer,” Foreign and American Granites, Head office and works, Quincy, Massachusetts; Foreign office, Aberdeen, Scotland, advertisement pp. 476
Milne & Chalmers,” Quarry Owners and Manufacturers Quincy Granite Monumental Work, Steam Polishing Works, Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement pp. 476
Quincy, Massachusetts – From our regular Correspondent,” pp. 477
New York Granite Company,” Importers and Wholesalers Monument Work, Building Work, Polished Granite Columns, New York City, New York, advertisement pp. 477
J. F. Townsend,” Scotch, Swedish, and American Granites, Italian Marble Statuary, Columbus, Ohio; Aberdeen, Scotland; Carrara, Italy, advertisement pp. 477
Frederick & Field,” Established 1839, Rough Stock Quarried for the Trade, Quarries and Works, Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement pp. 477
James N. White,” Dealer in all kinds of dark and light Quincy Granite for Monumental and building work also all kinds of Eastern Granite, Works, West Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement pp. 477
F. H. Venn, Jr.,” Monumental draftsman, Chicago, Illinois, advertisement pp. 478
The Granite Monument Design Co.,” Photograph of Granite Monuments, Cleveland Ohio, advertisement pp. 478
Craig & Richards Granite Co.,” Dark Blue Quincy Granite, Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement pp. 478
Foster & Richards,” A. E. Foster & W. A. Richards, Monumental Designers and Draughtsmen, Designs on silk a specialty, Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement pp. 478
McDonnell & Kelley,” Manufacturers of Quincy and other New England Granites, Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement pp. 479
Thos. F. Burke & Bros.,” Manufacturers of fine Quincy Granite Monuments, West Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement pp. 479
Franklin Hardwick & Son,” Rough, Hammered, Polished Granite, Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement pp. 479
Field & Wild,” Quarrymen, Dark Blue Quincy Granite, Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement pp. 479
Norfolk Granite Co.,” W. Burke, Manager, T. O’Keefe, Treasurer, Dealers in all kinds of Monumental Statuary and Cemetery Work, Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement pp. 479
Glencoe Granite Co. Manufacturers of Dark and Light Quincy Granite, Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement pp. 479
William T. Spargo,” Manufacturers of Monuments, Statuary, and Cemetery Work…, South Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement pp. 479
S. Henry Barnicoat,” Quincy, Granite, Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement pp. 479
McIntosh & Son,” Manufacturers of all kinds of Monumental Work, South Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement pp. 479
William Callahan,” Manufacturer of Monumental Work, Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement pp. 479
Fuller, Foley & Co.,” Artistic Memorials, West Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement pp. 479
T. F. Mannex,” Manufacturer and Dealer in Granite Monuments, West Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement pp. 479
Milford Brothers,” Granite, Office and Works, West Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement pp. 479
Some Fresh Epitaphs,” pp. 480
Books for the Trade,” Marble Workers’ Manual, Clark’s Epitaph Book, Archibald’s Quick and Accurate Methods of Estimating Granite Monuments, Perspective, Anatomy in Art, Marble and Marble Workers, Prices, Estimates and Rules for Figuring the Cost of Granite Work, Public Statues and Monuments of New York (printed plates)
United Mercantile Agency,” Book of Credits, Boston, Massachusetts, advertisement pp. 480
Barre, Vermont – From our regular correspondent,” pp. 481
F. S. Cary & Co.,” Wholesale Granite, Marble, Statuary, Headquarters for Scotch, Swede, Barre, Quincy Granite & Italian Statuary, advertisement pp. 481
C. W. McMillan,” Charles W. McMillan Dealer in Barre Granite Monuments, Tablets, Fencing, Buttresses, etc. Drapery & Carved Work a Specialty, Barre, Vermont, advertisement pp. 481
Bissett Bros,” James Bissett and Thomas Bissett, Manufacturers of Barre Granite Monuments and Cemetery Work, Office and works, Williamstown, Vermont, Quarries, Barre, Vermont, advertisement pp. 481
Emslie & Kelman,” Dealers in Barre Granite Monuments, Tablets, Headstones, Coping, etc., Barre, Vermont, advertisement pp. 481
T. P. Owens & Son,” Manufacturers and Dealers in Quincy Granite, Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement pp. 481
Overhead in the tram,” pp. 482
Mechlher & Hadley,” Manufacturers of Barre Granite Monuments and Cemetery Work, Barre, Vermont, advertisement pp. 482
Charles Veit,” Producer of Scotch-American Hone, Soft, Medium and Hard. Excellent for all kinds of Marble, according to grade of hardness, Price 10 cents a pound, Cincinnati, Ohio, advertisement pp. 482
Henderson & Dickie,” Manufacturers and Dealers in Barre Granite Monuments, Tablets, etc., Barre, Vermont, advertisement pp. 482
Wood & Troup,” Manufacturers and Dealers in Dark Barre Granite, Barre, Vermont, advertisement pp. 482
Hooker & Martin,” Successors to John O’Rourke & Co., advertisement pp. 482
Manufacturers of an Dealers in Light and Dark Barre and Plainfield Granite, Monuments, tablets, and general cemetery work, Plainfield, Vermont,” advertisement pp. 482
The Sunday Sun, New York City, New York,” advertisement pp. 482
J. E. Bolles & Co.,” Vault Doors, Hinges and Locks in Iron or Bronze, Wrought Iron Fence, Entrance Gates, Settees, Vases, etc., Detroit, Michigan, advertisement pp. 482
Books, Periodicals, Trade Literature,” pp. 483
E. C. French,” Manufacturer of and Dealer in Monumental Work, Barre, Vermont, advertisement pp. 483
The Champion Black Granite,” William Birss, Manager, South Thomaston Maine, advertisement pp. 483
Machiasport Granite Co.,” Machiasport, Maine, advertisement pp. 483
Maine Red Granite Co.,” Red Beach Red Granite and Beaver Lake Black Granite, Red Beach, Maine, advertisement pp. 483
White Mountain Granite Co.,” Dealers in the celebrated North Conway Red Granite, North Conway, New Hampshire, advertisement pp. 483
Brown & Wade,” Successors to M. T. Jameson, Proprietors of the Jameson Granite Quarry, Eugene N. Brown and Frank S. Wade, South Thomaston, Maine, advertisement pp. 483
Young & Son,” Young’s Blue New Westerly or Souhegan Granite, Milford, New Hampshire, advertisement pp. 483
Kenyon & Co.,” Dealers in White Westerly Granite for Monumental and building purposes, Niantic, Rhode Island, advertisement pp. 483
New Westerly Granite Works,” P. O. Matheson, Proprietor, Manufacturers and Dealers in all kinds of White Granite Monumental and Building Work, Milford, New Hampshire, advertisement pp. 483
Trade News Among Our Advertisers,” pp. 484
Matthew Brothers,” Proprietors of Ellettsville Steam Stone Works, Dealers in Rough and Sawed Building Stone, Caps, Sills, Columns, Ashlar Flagging, Bases, etc., Ellettsville, Indiana, advertisement pp. 484
Frederick P. Bagley & Co.,” Chicago, Illinois, advertisement pp. 484
Petersburg Granite Quarrying Co.,” Quarries and Works, Petersburg, Virginia, General offices, New York City, New York, advertisement pp. 484
Blue Mountain Granite Works,” Alex Cochran, Proprietor, and R. Farquharson, Manager, Dealers in and Manufacturers of Granite work of every description, South Ryegate, Vermont, advertisement pp. 484
W. E. Aughinbaugh & Co.,” Patents, Washington, D.C., advertisement pp. 485
H. Channon Co.,” Importers and Dealers in Steel Cables, Wire Rope, Chicago, Illinois, advertisement pp. 485
A. Marnock & Co.,” Headquarters for Scotch, Swede, and all American Granite, South Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement pp. 485
F. Barnicoat,” Successor to F. Barnicoat & Co., Granite Statuary Portrait and Ideal Figures, Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement pp. 485
Adams Granite Works,” George McFarlane, Proprietor, Manufacturers of Monuments, Statuary, etc. in Dark, Medium and Light Quincy Granite, Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement pp. 485
Joss Brothers,” Manufacturers of Quincy Granite Monumental Work, Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement pp. 485
Levytype Co.,” Designers and Photo-Engravers, Chicago, Illinois, advertisement pp. 485
Igo & Warner Granite Co.,” Dealers in all kinds of Monuments, Statuary, and cemetery Work in Dark Blue, Light Quincy, and all other Eastern Granites, Works, South Quincy, Massachusetts, advertisement pp. 485
Serpentine,” pp. 486
Pittsburgh Crushed Steel Co., Limited,” Crushed Steel, Steel Emery, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, advertisement pp. 486
James Dunn,” Manufacturer Bailey’s Steel or Iron Portable Hoist, Cleveland, Ohio, advertisement pp. 486
C. T. Maynard & Co.,” Manufacturers of Lifting Jacks, Fairhaven, Vermont, advertisement pp. 486
Eugene Martine,” French Moulding Sand of all kinds, France, References: J. Berchem, Grand Crossing, Illinois, American Bronze Co., Chicago, Illinois, advertisement pp. 486
James H. Lancaster,” The “Lancaster” Rock Crushers, New York City, New York, advertisement pp. 486

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