Proving once again that cemeteries
are museums without walls,
of the NEW
post cards from the collection
of 5 x 7 inch post cards
TRAGIC EVENTS AND FATALITIES
OF THE 18TH AND 19TH CENTURIES
Each post card is from a gravestone rubbing. The reproduced rubbings are printed in silver ink on black quality card stock paper. Reverse the post card to the white paper side and you can easily write your message.
For more information and to see the entire collection of 10 postcards.
Our winter travels included Havana, Cuba.
We were privileged to visit the famous Christopher Columbus Cemetery of Havana,which opened in 1886.
to see more photos of this exquisite cemetery
with its marble mausoleums and sculptures
honoring loved ones.
I just want you to know how great I think your products are! I am now using them almost once a week for an 8-12 educational program. The teachers and students are in love with the program and activities especially the gravestone rubbings. It has allowed the students to connect to the past and poetry as the program is centered around the poem by Archibald MacLeish, “The Young Dead Soldiers”. Thank you for keeping this ancient tradition alive and being the only supplier I will work with! Plus, the customer service you provide is the best.
Mary J. Maya
Heritage Program Education Specialist
San Francisco, CA