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This week’s last photo from Santa Fe’s Fairview Cemetery features a more ornate metal grave marker than the one I posted Tuesday. Look near the bottom of the wrought iron cross and you’ll see the name “Bob” attached to the front. 26 more words



Following up from yesterday, here’s another photo from Fairview Cemetery in Santa Fe. Sometimes in cemeteries you’ll find a single letter set into the earth, as with this “H.” They seem to be plot markers using the first letter of the family’s surname, though I haven’t been able to confirm that. 19 more words



A few years ago, I had the pleasure of visiting a friend in Santa Fe. While I was there, I photographed Fairview Cemetery, a small cemetery downtown. 90 more words


Tree Reported Stolen From St. Paul Officer's Grave

STILLWATER, Minn. (AP) — Stillwater police are seeking information from the public after a Christmas tree and lights were stolen from a fallen St. Paul police officer’s grave site. 107 more words


Christmas Tree Stolen From Fallen Police Officer's Grave

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) –   Stillwater police hope someone can help them find whoever stole a Christmas tree from the gravesite of a fallen police officer.

The tree was taken from Fairview Cemetery in Stillwater, from the gravesite of Officer Josh Lynaugh. 100 more words


Papa was Sick

There are a couple of things about this story that have always got me to thinking. One is what was his actual medical issue? Could it have been Crohn’s disease, the issue I’ve dealt with for years? 243 more words

Grace's Letters

My Great-grandmother's Brother James Leon Seligman: Philadelphia to Santa Fe to Salt Lake to Santa Fe

My great-great-grandparents Frances Nusbaum and Bernard Seligman had three children who survived to adulthood: my great-grandmother Eva, whose adult life I’ve written about here, and her two younger brothers, James and Arthur, my great-great-uncles.  1,015 more words