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Index of The Monumental News Magazine
January through June 1892

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The Monumental News Magazine, Vol. IV, No. 1, January 1892, R. J. Haight, Editor & Publisher, Chicago, Illinois (PDF)

(advertisements opposite page of title page of bound book)
E. G. Willison, Granite & Statuary, Works & Offices: 160 Boylston St., Boston, Massachusetts (advertisement)
Badger Bros., West Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement)
McDonald & Buchanan, Manufacturers and Dealers in Barre Granites, Barre, Vermont (advertisement)
Milne & Wyllie, Quarry Owners and Manufacturers of Barre, Granite, Barre, Vermont (advertisement)
Bureau Brothers, Bronze Statuary, S. W. corner 21 st St. and Alleghany Avenue, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (advertisement)
McDonnell Bros., Manufacturers of Monumental Work from New England Granites (advertisement)
Bedford Steam Stone Works, Quarrymen and Wholesale Dealers in Bedford Limestone, Bedford, Indiana. “Our quarries are situated in the famous Dark Hollow Region. Our mills and yard are in Bedford, on the L. N. A. & C. Ry. and The E. & R. Ry.” (advertisement)
Contents.
Editorial - pp. 11
A Plea for Associations, Address of New England Granite Manufacturers’ Association – pp. 13
Monuments in Public Places – pp. 15
Trajans Column – pp. 15
Among the Sculptors– pp. 16
World’s Fair Notes – pp. 17
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – pp. 18
Troy, New York, Soldier’s Monument – pp. 19
Monuments of Paris – pp. 20
Proposed Monuments – pp. 21
Sketch of W. H. Jones – pp. 22
Associations – pp. 23
Sketch of Jones Brothers – pp. 24
Monumental Items – pp. 24
Correspondence, pp, 29, 30, 37, 40, 42
Trade Notes – pp. 30
Want Advertisements – pp. 52
Illustrations – pp. 18, 19, 20, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28
Editorial - pp. 11
A Plea for Associations, Address of New England Granite Manufacturers’ Association,” (pp. 13)
Manufacturers and Wholesale Granite Dealers’ Protective Association of New England,” (pp. 13)
Monuments in Public PlacesMonuments to Greatness,” pp. 15
Trajans Column,” pp. 15
Among the Sculptors,” pp. 16
World’s Fair Notes,” pp. 17
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania” (Includes a sketch of General George B. McClellan, pp. 18
Troy, New York, Soldier’s Monument” – “The Rensselaer Co. Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Monument at Troy New York,” pp. 19
The Monuments of Paris,” pp. 20 (photo captions) “Louvois Fountain, Paris” & “Fountain in the Place Du Chatelet, Paris.”
Proposed Monuments, pp. 21
Sketch of W. H. Jones, pp. 22
Wm. R. Jones,” pp. 22
(photo caption) “W. R. Jones, Pres. Marble and Granite Dealers Association of Ohio,” pp. 22
Cemetery Notes,” pp. 22
Associations,” pp. 23
Sketch of Jones Brothers,” – “A Popular Granite Firm” pp. 24
(photo captions) “Marshall W. Jones.” “Seward W. Jones” “ Dayton E. Jones” “Hugh J. M. Jones,” pp. 24
Monumental Items,” pp. 24
(Illustration photo caption) “Original Design for Granite Sarcophagus.” pp. 25
(Illustration photo caption) “The Kaufman Monument in Forest Lawn Cemetery, Buffalo, New York,” pp. 26
Bronze Panels on the Barney Monument at Springfield, Massachusetts,” Beattie & Brooks, Sculptors,” pp. 27
(photo captions) “Happy Childhood” “Sturdy Manhood” “Youthful Joys” “Life’s Decline”
American Art Bronze Work” pp. 28
(photo captions) “Herald” “Indiana” “Navy Group, Cuyahoga Co. Soldiers Monument, Cleveland, Ohio.” “Gen. U. S. Grant” “Henry Bergh”
Correspondence,” pp, 29, 30, 37, 40, 42
Trade in the South,” pp. 29
A Traveling Man’s Advice,” pp. 29
Trade Notes,” pp. 30
Italian Statuary,” pp. 30
The Boston Wholesalers” (Correspondence, pp. 31) (Includes a photograph of “the monument to the Michigan Cavalry Brigade, erected on the battlefield at Gettysburg in 1889.” designed and built and set by Ryegate Granite Works of South Ryegate, Vermont.)
Want Advertisements – “Grade News Department – Among Our Advertisers,” pp. 52
W. H. Perry, Concord, New Hampshire, Rockfaced Designs and Samples (advertisement), pp. 34
Bradbury & Jones Marble Co., Wholesalers & Finishers of Georgia and other marbles, St. Louis, Missouri (advertisement), pp. 35
Brandon Italian Marble Company, Producers of Brandon Italian Marbles, Quarry and Mills at Brandon, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 35
Adams & Bacon, Post-office address, Middlebury, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 35
National Fine Art Foundry, Established 1868, Maurice J. Power, New York City, New York (advertisement), pp. 35
Vermont Marble,” pp. 35, 40
The Wetmore & Morse Granite Quarries.” pp. 36 (photo caption) “The Wetmore and Morse Granite Quarries, Barre, VT.”
Concord Granite,” pp. 36
Dunning Marble and Granite Company, Steam Mills, Erie, Pennsylvania (advertisement), pp. 36
Quincy, Massachusetts.” pp. 37
T. P. Owens & Son, Manufacturers and Dealers in Quincy Granites, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 36
Groton Granite, Thomas W. Casey, Quarry and Works, Groton, Connecticut (advertisement), pp. 36
John Thompson & Sons, Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in New England Granite, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 37
Milne, Chalmers & Co., Quarry Owners and Manufacturers of Quincy Granite, Steam Polishing Works, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 38
Craig & Richards Granite Co., Quarriers and Manufacturers of Dark Blue Quincy Granite, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 39
Mitchell Granite Co., 1846 – 1890, Manufacturers and Dealer in Quincy and New England Granites, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 39
Prout Bros.’ Granite Co., Quincy, Massachusetts, Quarriers and Manufacturers of Dark Quincy Granite, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 39
George E. Foster, The Standard Monumental Designs, South Evanston, Illinois (advertisement), pp. 39)
J. F. Townsend, stone dealer, Clinton Building, Columbus, Ohio (advertisement), pp. 40
Petersburg Granite Quarrying Company, Quarries and Works, Petersburg, Pennsylvania; General Offices, New York City, New York (advertisement), pp. 40
Ewen & Co., Manufacturers of Monumental Work (advertisement), pp. 40
Frederick & Field, Quarries and Works, Quincy, Massachusetts, (advertisement), pp. 40
Barre, Vermont (Correspondence), pp. 40
John Swenson, Manufacturer, West Concord, New Hampshire (advertisement), pp. 41
James N. White, stone dealer, Works, West Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 41
John O’Rourke & Co., Proprietor of the Barre Standard Granite Quarries, Manufacturers of and Wholesale Dealer in monuments, cemetery and building work, Barre, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 41
Clarihew & Gray, Manufacturers (advertisement), pp. 42
Park & Dunbar, Manufacturers and Dealers, Barre, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 42
Barclay Brothers, stone manufacturers, Barre, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 42
Littlejohn & Milne, Quarriers and Manufacturers, Barre, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 42
Bissett Bros., James Bissett and Thomas Bissett, Monument and Cemetery Manufacturers, Office and Works, Williamstown, Vermont; Quarries, Barre, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 42
Wells, Lamson & Co., Manufacturers, Barre, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 43
The New England Granite Works, Hartford, Connecticut (advertisement), pp. 43
Dixon & Co., Westerly, Rhode Island (advertisement), (pp. 43
Dalbeattie Granite Works, Joseph Newall, Westerly, Rhode Island (advertisement), pp. 43
Richard Opie, Manufacturer of Monumental Work, Westerly, Rhode Island (advertisement), pp. 44
Emslie & Kleman, Dealers in Barre Granite Monuments, etc., Barre, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 44
Cole & Marciasi, Successors to Robins & Co., Monumental Work, Statuary and Draper a specialty, Barre, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 44
S. Henry Barnicoat, Granite Monuments and Statuary, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 44
The Levytype Co., Photo Engravers and Designers, Chicago, Illinois (advertisement), pp. 44
Hartman Mfg. Co., Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania, The ‘Hartman’ Patent Steel Picket Fence (advertisement), pp. 44
IGO, Warner Granite Co., Monumental, Statuary and Cemetery Work, Works: South Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 44
McDonnell & Kelley, Manufacturers, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 45
Burns & Cormack, Manufacturers of Monumental and Cemetery Work, South Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 45
Melcher & Hadley, Barre Granite Monuments., etc., Barre, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 45
McDonnell & Cook, Marble Work, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 45
The Crown Granite Works, Monuments, Office and Works, South Thomaston, Maine (advertisement), pp. 45
William Wood, Barre Granite Monuments, Barre, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 45
United Mercantile Agency, Financial Ratings, Boston, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 45
Henderson & Dickie, Manufacturers and Dealers, Barre, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 45
John McLean, Cemetery Supplies, New York City, New York (advertisement), pp. 45
Malnati Bros., Westerly Granite, South Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 45)
Chas. (Charles) W. McMillan, Dealer in Barre Granite Monuments, Barre, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 45
Adams Granite Works, George McFarlane, Proprietor, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 46
F. Barnicoat Successor to F. Barnicoat & Co., Granite Statuary Portrait and Ideal Figures, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 46
Merry Mount Granite Co., Quarry owners and Manufacturers, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 46
Glencoe Granite Co., Manufacturers, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 46
T. F. Mannex, Monumental Manufacturer and Dealer, West Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 46
Joss Brothers, Monumental Work Manufacturers, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 46
Monahan & Breen, Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers, West Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 46)
A. M. Deane & Co., Manufacturers of Granite Monuments, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 46
Quincy Co-Operative Granite Company, Wholesalers & Manufacturers, West Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 46
J. H. Bishop & Co., Manufacturers of Granite Monuments, West Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 46
Brevities, pp. 46
Field & Wild, Quarrymen, Dark Blue Quincy Granite, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 47
Thos. (Thomas) F. Burke & Bros., Manufacturers of Monuments, West Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 47
Norfolk Granite Company, Monument Dealers, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 47
Wm. (William) T. Spargo, Manufacturer of Monuments, Statuary, etc., South Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 47
McIntosh & Son, Manufacturer of Monumental Work, South Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 47
Fuller, Foley & Co., Artistic Memorials, West Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 47
William Callahan, Monumental Manufacturer, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 47
E. C. French, Monumental Work, Barre, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 47
Burton & Williams, Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealers in Maine Granites, Thomaston, Maine (advertisement), pp. 47
The Puritan Granite Co., Daniel & Thayer, Manufacturers, Barre, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 47
Granite State Monumental Works, M. G. Gannon, Proprietor, Concord, New Hampshire (advertisement), pp. 47
John Duffus, Manufacturer and Dealer, Works, Williamstown, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 47
Brown & Wade, Successors to M. T. Jameson, Proprietors of the Jameson Granite Quarry, South Thomaston, Maine (advertisement), pp. 47
James Kirkpatrick Monumental Works, Westerly, Rhode Island (advertisement), pp. 47
Milford Brothers, Office and Works West Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 47
Stevenson & Co., Steam Granite Polishing Works, Westerly, Rhode Island (advertisement), pp. 47
Marble and Granite Workers Supplies
Pittsburgh Crushed Steel Co., Limited, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (advertisement), pp. 48
J. S. Mundy, Established 1870, Hoisting Engines, Newark, New Jersey (advertisement), pp. 48
W. H. Anderson & Son, Manufacturers and Dealers in Stone, Marble and Granite Workers’ Tools, Detroit, Michigan (advertisement), pp. 48
Spadone & Cabaret, Bronze and Brass Work, New York City, New York (advertisement), pp. 48
J. M. Wooldridge, Manufacturer for the Granite Trade only, Elyria, Lorain County, Ohio (advertisement), pp. 48
George H. Curreen, Patent Polishing Box, Greenbush, New York (advertisement), pp. 48
Concord Axle Co., Concord Polishing Machine, Penacook, New Hampshire (advertisement), pp. 48
Trow and Holden, Makers and Dealers in Stone Cutters’ & Quarry Tools, Barre, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 48
B. C. & R. A. Tilghman, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Globules or Shot (advertisement), pp. 49
W. A. Lane, Barre, Vermont, Granite City Polishing Machine (advertisement), pp. 49
J. & R. Lamb, Stained Glass, New York City, New York (advertisement), pp. 49
Chicopee Bronze Works, M. H. Mosman, Proprietor, Chicopee, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 49
The International Granite Co., South Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 51
“Monumental Items,” pp. 51
Business chances, For Sale, Etc.” pp. 51
Wanted – Situations or Help.” pp. 51
Books For The Trade.” pp. 52

The Monumental News Magazine, Vol. IV, No. 2, February 1892, R. J. Haight, Editor & Publisher, Chicago, Illinois (PDF)

Contents.
Editorial – 61-62
How to Raise Funds for Public Monuments – 62
Statues of Columbus – 63
Cemetery at Monaco – 64
The Matthews Mausoleum – 64
Proposed Monuments – 67
Among the Sculptors – 68
World’s Fair Notes – 70
Cemetery News – 71
Associations – 72
Tammany Monument – 75
Public Statues in America – 76
Trade Notes – 78
New Firms, Trade Changes, &tc. – 78
Bronze – 79
Trade News Among our Advertisers – 80
Quincy Correspondence – 81
Quarries - 85
Editorial – 61
“Raising Funds for Monuments,” pp. 62
(Engraving caption) “Soldiers’ Monument, Fremont, O.” (Ohio), pp. 62
“Statues of Columbus,” pp. 63
In the Cemetery for Monte Carlo and Monaco,” pp. 64 (Photo caption) “ Neri Monument, Monaco, Italy” pp. 65; (Engraving captions) “Matthews Mausoleum, Milwaukee, Wis.” (Wisconsin) pp. 65 & “Design For a Granite Monument,” pp. 66
Proposed Monuments,” pp. 67
Among The Sculptors,” pp. 68
World’s Fair Notes,” pp. 70.
Cemetery News,” pp. 71
Sunday Funerals,” pp. 71
Elm Lawn Cemetery, Bay City, Mich.” (Michigan), pp. 71 (Engraving caption) “Entrance to Elm Lawn Cemetery,” pp. 71
Associations” pp. 72
The Indiana Meeting,” pp. 72
The Nebraska Meeting,” pp. 72
The Michigan Meeting,” pp. 73
The Meeting at Boston,” pp. 74
The Tammany Monument at Gettysburg,” pp. 75
Epitaphs.” pp. 75
Correspondence” pp. 75
An Answer to Cartwright Bros.’ Problem” pp. 75
Public Statuary in America.” pp. 76
The Randidge Mausoleum at Forest HillsCemetery, Boston.” (Massachusetts) pp. 76
Our Illustrations” “International Edition” pp. 76
Unique Monuments.” pp. 77
Ripping Up Slabs of Stone.” pp. 77
A Peculiar Epitaph.” pp. 77
Trade Notes.” pp. 78
New Firms, Changes, Etc.” pp. 78
Italian Statues.” W. C. Townsend of New York pp. 78
Bronze,” pp. 79
Scotch, Swedish and American,” pp. 79
M. H. Mosman, Proprietor Chicopee Bronze Works, Chicopee, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 79
J. & R. Lamb, Metal Work, New York City, New York (advertisement), pp. 79
Spadone & Cabaret, Bronze and Brass Work, New York City, New York (advertisement), pp. 79
American Bronze Co., Founders in Standard Copper Bronze, Chicago, Illinois (advertisement), pp. 79
Listen to a Tale of Woe,” pp. 80.
Trade News Department – Among Our Advertisers,” pp. 80
Quincy, Massachusetts – From our own Correspondent, (Massachusetts), pp. 81
Milne, Chalmers & Co., Monumental Works, Steam Polishing Works, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 79
Craig & Richards Granite Co., Monument Manufacturers, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 81
Adams & Bacon, Rutland Marble, Middlebury, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 81
James Dunn, Manufacturer, Portable Hoist, Cleveland, Ohio (advertisement), pp. 81
Thos. W. Casey, Quarry and Works, Groton, Connecticut (advertisement), pp. 81
James N. White, Stone Dealer, West Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 82
James H. Lancaster, New York City, New York, “The ‘Lancaster’ Rock Crushers” (advertisement), pp. 82
Frederick & Field, Quarries and Works, Quincy, Massachusetts, established 1839 (advertisement), pp. 82 (“15th and 50th New York Engineer’s Monuments, erected at Gettysburg, Designed and executed by Frederick & Field, 1891”)
T. P. Owens & sons, Manufacturers and Dealers in Quincy Granites, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 82
McGee Marble & Granite Co., Wholesale Dealers and Manufacturers, Rustic Monuments made from Bedford Stone (Indiana), Chicago, Illinois (advertisement), pp. 82
Mount Vernon Granite Co., Stone Dealers, Quincy, Massachusetts (W. Lillicrap, J. Lillicrap, and P. M. Clarke) (advertisement), pp. 82
The Levytype Co., Photo-Engravers and Designers, Chicago, Illinois (advertisement), pp. 82
Adams Granite Works, George McFarlane, Proprietor, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 83
F. Barnicoat, Successor to F. Barnicoat & Co., Granite Statuary Portrait and Ideal Figures, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 83
Merry Mount Granite Co., Incorporated 1881, Quarry owners and manufacturers, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 83
Glencoe Granite Co., Manufacturers, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 83
T. F. Mannex, Manufacturer and Dealer, West Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 83
Joss Brothers, Monumental Manufacturers, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 83
Quincy Co-Operative Granite Company, Wholesalers & Manufacturers of Quincy, Concord, and all Eastern Granite Monuments and Cemetery Work, West Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 83
Monahan & Breen, Manufacturers and Dealers in New England Granites, West Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 83
A. M. Deane & Co., Manufacturers of Granite Monuments, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 83
The Sunnyside, The oldest and best undertaking trade journal in the world, Established 1871, Frank H. Chase, Publisher, New York City, New York, pp. 83
The Crown Granite Works, Monuments, William Birse, Manager, South Thomaston, Maine (advertisement), pp. 84
Melcher & Hadley, Manufacturers of Granite Monuments, Barre, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 84
Wood & Troup, Manufacturers and Dealers in Dark Barre Granite, Barre, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 84
Henderson & Dickie, Manufacturers & Dealers in Barre Granite Monuments, etc., Barre, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 84
Malnati Bros., Quincy Granite, Westerly Granite, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 84
McDonnell & Cook, Manufacturers of Quincy Granite Monumental Work, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 84
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. 84
United Mercantile Agency, 34 School St., Room 49, Boston, Massachusetts, “You Use Bradstreet, Russell or Dun, for Financial Ratings and Special Reports but our Book of Credits (200 pages) gives the estimated wealth of all dealers and workers in Granite and Marble complete. Let us furnish you with equally as good service as you now get at an annual saving of $100 to yourself. Correspondence solicited.”
Chas. (Charles) W. McMillan, Dealer in Barre Granite Monuments, Barre, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 84
Stark Bros., Louisiana, Missouri, Founded 1835, “Last & Bear like whole root fruit trees; see “Fruits trees….”, (advertisement), pp. 84
Hallowell Central Granite Co., Hallowell Granite, Hallowell, Maine (advertisement), pp. 84
East Milford Granite Co., Blue New Westerly or Soughegan Granite, for the Trade, East Milford, New Hampshire (advertisement) pp. 84
Asiatic Funeral Customs,” pp. 84
McDonnell & Kelley, Manufacturers of Quincy and other New England Granites, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 85
Richard Opie, Manufacturers of Monumental, Westerly, Rhode Island (advertisement), pp. 85
Emslie & Kellman, Dealers in Barre Granite Monuments, Tablets, Headstones, Coping, etc., Draping and Carving a Specialty, Barre, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 85
Cole & Marciasi, Successors to Robins & Co., Fine Granite Monumental Work. Statuary and Drapery a Specialty, Barre, Vermont (William Cole, and Onorato Marciasi) (advertisement), pp. 85
J. W. McDonald & Co., Monumental Work, Barre, Vermont (J. W. McDonald, William McGee, J. W. Kidder) (advertisement), pp. 85
Clarihew & Gray, Manufactures of Granite Monuments, Barre, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 85
S. Henry Barnicoat, Granite Monuments and Statuary, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 85
Quarry Notes,” pp. 85
Field & Wild, Quarrymen, dark Blue Quincy Granite, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 86
Norfolk Granite Company, Dealers in all kinds of Monumental Statuary and Cemetery Work, Quincy, Massachusetts (W. Burke, Manager & T. O’Keefe, Treasurer (advertisement), pp. 86
William Callahan, Manufacturer of Monumental Work, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 86
Thos. F. Burke & Bros., Manufacturers of Granite Monuments, West Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 86
Wm. T. Spargo, Manufacturer of Monuments, Statuary, etc., South Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 86
Fuller, Foley & co., Artistic Memorials, West Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 86
E. C. French, Manufacturer and Dealer in Monumental Work, Barre, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 86
Burton & Williams, Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers, Office and Works Thomaston, Maine (advertisement), pp. 86
GraniteState Monumental Works, M. G. Gannon, Proprietor, Concord Granite Monuments, Headstones, tablets, Urns, Statues, etc., Concord, New Hampshire (advertisement), pp. 86
Brown & Wade, Successors to M. T. Jameson, Proprietors of the Jameson Granite Quarry, south Thomaston, Maine (Eugene N. Brown & Frank S. Wade) (advertisement), pp. 86
Milford Brothers, Office and Works, West Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 86
The Puritan Granite Co., Daniel & Thayer, Manufacturers of Barre Granite Monumental Work, Barre, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 86
John Duffus, Manufacturer and Dealer in Dark Barre Granite Monuments, etc., Works, Williamstown, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 86
James Kirkpatrick Monumental Workers, Westerly Rhode Island (advertisement), pp. 86
Stevenson & Co., Steam Granite Polishing Works, Westerly, Rhode Island (advertisement), pp. 86
Pittsburgh Crushed Steel Co., Limited, Crushed Steel and Steel Emery, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (advertisement), pp. 87
J. S. Mundy, Hoisting Engines, Newark, New Jersey (advertisement), pp. 87
W. H. Anderson & son, Manufacturers and Dealers in Stone, Marble and Granite Workers’ Tools, Detroit, Michigan (advertisement), pp. 87
George H. Curreen, Patent Polishing Box, Greenbush, New York (advertisement), pp. 87
W. A. Lane, Manufacturer, Granite City Polishing Machine, Barre, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 87
Trow & Holden, Makers and Dealers in Stone Cutters’ & Quarry Tools, Barre, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 87
Van Duzen & Tift Co., Pump Department, Van Duzen’s Steam Jet Pump, Cincinnati, Ohio (advertisement), pp. 87
B. C. & R. A. Tilghman, Patent Chilled Iron Globules, or Saot, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (advertisement), pp. 87
The International Granite Co. South Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 88
John McLean, Bronze and Galvanized Cemetery Supplies, New York New York (advertisement), pp. 88
Concord Axle Co., Concord Polishing Machine, Penaook, New Hampshire (advertisement), pp. 88
Wanted Ads, pp. 88

The Monumental News, Vol. 4, No. 3, March 1892, R. J. Haight, Editor & Publisher, Chicago, Illinois (PDF)

Contents.
Contents, pp. 98
Editorial – pp. 97-98
Monuments to Women – pp. 99
The Campo Santo at Genoa – pp. 100
Pine Grove Cemetery, Lynn – pp. 101
Among the Sculptors – pp. 102
Proposed Monuments – pp. 103
World’s Fair Notes – pp. 104
Mines and Mining at the World’s Fair – pp. 105
The Dyer Monument – pp. 106
Great National Art Project – pp. 107
A Memorial to Anna Sewell – pp. 107
Cemetery Notes – pp. 109
Receiving Tomb in Oak Grove Cemetery, Gardiner, Maine – pp. 108
The Wiedmann Monument – pp. 110
Our Illustrations – pp. 110
Associations – pp. 110, 111, 112, 113, 114
Correspondence – pp. 115
Bronze – pp. 116
Trade Notes – pp. 117
New Firms, Trade Changes, &c. – pp. 117
Trade News Among our Advertisers – pp. 118
Quarries – pp. 119
Quincy Correspondence – pp. 129-121
Editorial,” pp. 97-99
Monuments To Women,” pp. 99
The Campo Santo at Genoa (Italy)” – pp. 100 (Photo caption) “The Campo Santo, Genoa,” pp. 100
Pine Grove Cemetery, Lynn, Massachusetts,” pp – 101
Among The Sculptors,” pp. 102
Proposed Monuments,” pp. 103
World’s Fair Notes,” pp. 104
Mines and Mining at the World’s Fair,” pp. 105
A Memorial to Anna Sewell, the Authoress of ‘Black Beauty.’ (includes an engraving), pp. 106
Georgia Marble,” pp. 106
Great National Art Project,” pp. 106
The Dyer Memorial,” at Providence, Rhode Island; Henry H. Kitson, sculptor, pp. 10 (Photo captions: “Kitson’s Design.” “Guillon’s Design.”
New Receiving Tomb in Oak Grove Cemetery, Gardiner, Maine,” pp. 108 (Photo captions) “Receiving Tomb Oak Grove Cemetery, Gardiner, Me.” “Plan.” “Transverse Section.”
Cemetery Notes,” pp. 109
A Montivideo Cemetery,” (Montevideo, Uruguay), pp. 109
The Widemann Monument,” in the Evergreen Cemetery at Newport, Kentucky (Includes an sketch of monument), pp. 110
Our Illustrations,” pp. 110
Associations,” pp. 110
Annual Meeting of the Retail and Wholesale Marble dealers’ Association at Boston,” pp. 110
Meeting of the Ohio Marble and Granite Dealers Association,” pp. 112
Important to Delegates to Quincy,” pp. 114
Correspondence,” pp. 115
The Granite Trade in Scotland,” pp. 115
Cartwright Brothers’ Problem Explained,” pp. 115
Reply to ‘A Tale of Woe,” pp. 115
Bronze,” pp. 116 (Photo caption) “Bronze Tympanym. J. Massey Rhind, SC.”
Trade Notes,” pp. 117
New Firms, Changes, Etc. (deaths, dissolutions),” pp. 117
Trade News Department – among Our Advertisers,” pp. 118
New Patents,” pp. 118
Quarry Notes,” pp. 119
R. A. Curtis, Importer and Wholesale Dealer in Statuary, American and Scotch Granite, Indianapolis, Indiana (advertisement), pp. 119
Gross & Rowe, Wholesale Rustic Works, Bedford, Indiana (advertisement), pp. 119
McDonnell & Kelley, Quincy and other New England Granites, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 120
George H. Curreen, Patent Polishing Box, Greenbush, New York (advertisement), pp. 120
Frederick & Field, Quarries and Works, Quincy, Massachusetts, Established 1839 (advertisement), pp. 120
Milne, Chalmers & Co., Quarry Owners and Manufacturers, Monumental Work, Steam Polishing Works, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 120
Craig & Richards Granite Co., Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 120
James Brennan, Prices, estimates and rules for figuring the cost of granite work (publication) (advertisement), pp. 120
Quincy, Massachusetts,” (advertisement), pp. 120
Adams & Bacon, Stone Works, Middlebury, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 121
The Levytype Co., Photo-Engravers Designers, Chicago, Illinois Vermont (advertisement), pp. 121
Spadone & Cabaret, Bronze and Brass Work of every description for Vaults and Tombs, Doors and Gates a Specialty, New York City, New York (advertisement), pp. 121
Chicopee Bronze Works, M. H. Mosman, (advertisement), pp. 121
American Bronze Co., Chicago, Illinois (advertisement), pp. 121
J. & r. Lamb Mosaics, New York City, New York (advertisement), pp. 121
Granite News from Barre, Vermont,” pp. 122
Emslie & Kelman, Granite Monument Dealers, Barre, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 122
Cole & Marciasi, Successors to Robins & co., Fine Granite Monumental Work, Statuary and Drapery a Specialty, Barre, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 122
Richard Opie, Manufacturer of Monumental Work from Westerly Granite, Westerly, Rhode Island (advertisement), pp. 122
Ewen & Co., Manufacturers of Monumental Work, Works, Westerly, Rhode Island (advertisement), pp. 122
Hartman Manufacturing Co., The “Hartman” Patent Steel Picket Fence (advertisement), pp. 122
Melcher & Hadley, Manufacturer of Granite Monuments, Barre, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 123
J. W. McDonald & Co., Quarriers and Manufacturers of Monumental Work from Light and Dark Barre Granite, Barre, Vermont (J. W. McDonald, William McGee, J. W. Kidder) (advertisement), pp. 123
Clarihew & Gray, Manufacturers of Barre Granite Monuments, Barre, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 123
Charles W. McMillan, Dealer in Barre Granite Monuments, Barre, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 123
Wood & Troup, Manufacturers and Dealers in Dark Barre Granite, Barre, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 123
Henderson & Dickie, Manufacturers & Dealers in Barre Granite Monuments, Barre, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 123
E. C. French, Manufacturer of and Dealer in Monumental Work, Barre, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 123
The Puritan Granite Co., Daniel & Thayer, Manufacturers of Granite Monumental Work, Barre, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 123
John Duffus, Manufacturer of and Dealer in Dark Barre granite Monuments, etc., Works, Williamstown, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 123
Adams Granite Works, George McFarlane, Proprietor, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 124
McDonnell & Cook, Quincy Granite Monumental Work, Quincy, Massachusetts, Dealers Only (advertisement), pp. 124
Merry Mount Granite Co., Incorporated 1881, Quincy, Massachusetts (John Lavers, Agent; P. W. Driscoll, Treasurer) (advertisement), pp. 124
Glencoe Granite Co., Manufacturers of Quincy Granite, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 124
Malnati Bros., Quincy and Westerly Granite, South Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 124
T. F. Mannex, Manufacturer and Dealer in Granite Monuments, West Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 124
Joss Brothers, Manufacturers of Quincy Granite Monumental Work, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 124
Igo & Warner Granite Co., South Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 124
A. M. Deane & Co., Manufacturers of Granite Monuments, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 124
Quincy Co-Operative Granite Company, Wholesalers & Manufacturers of Quincy, Concord, and all Eastern Granite Monuments and Cemetery Work, West Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 124
F. Barnicoat Successor to F. Barnicoat & Co., Granite Statuary Portrait and Ideal Figures, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 124
J. H. Bishop & Co., Manufacturers of Granite Monuments, West Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 124
Field & Wild, Quarrymen, Dark Blue Quincy Granite, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 125
Norfolk Granite Company, Dealers in all kinds of Monumental statuary and Cemetery Work, W. F. Burke, Manager, and T. O’Keefe, Treasurer (advertisement), pp. 125
William T. Spargo, Manufacturer of Monuments, Statuary, etc., South Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 125
Fuller, Foley & Co., Artistic Memorials, Granite Work, West Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 125
Mount Vernon Granite Company, New England Granites, Carving and Statuary a Specialty, Quincy, Massachusetts (W. Lillicrap, J. Lillicrap, and P.M. Clarke) (advertisement), pp. 125
McIntosh & Son, Monumental Work, South Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 125
William Callahan, Manufacturer of Monumental Work, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 125
Burton & Williams, Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in Maine Granites, Thomaston, Maine (advertisement), pp. 125
Milford Brothers, Office and Works, West Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 125
James N. White, Granite Dealer, Works, West Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 125
John O’Rourke, “Light and Dark Barre Granite from our Quarries,” Barre, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 126
Stark Bros. Whole Root Trees, Louisiana, Missouri, founded 1835 (advertisement), pp. 126
Scientific American, Scientific American Agency for Patents, New York City, New York (advertisement), pp. 126
Brown & Wade, Successors to M. T. Jameson, Proprietors of the Jameson Granite Quarry, South Thomaston, Maine (Eugene N. Brown and Frank S. Wade) (advertisement), pp. 126
S. Henry Barnicoat, Quincy Granite, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 126
United Mercantile Agency, “Book of Credits” “gives the estimated wealth of all dealers and workers in Granite and Marble…”, Boston, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 126
The Crown Granite Works, Monuments, South Thomaston, Maine, William Birss, Manager (advertisement), pp. 126
James Kirkpatrick Monumental Works, Red, White, Blue and Pink Westerly Granite, Westerly, Rhode Island (advertisement), pp. 126
Lewis D. Gumb, Granite Dealer, Madison Pink Granite Quarried and Manufactured by Lewis D. Gumb (advertisement), pp. 126
Hallowell Central Granite Co., Hallowell, Maine (advertisement), pp. 126
East Milford Granite Co., Blue New Westerly or Soughegan Granite for the trade, East Milford, New Hampshire (advertisement), pp. 126
The Sunnyside, The oldest and best undertaking trade journal in the world, Established 1871, Frank H. Chase, Publisher, New York City, New York (advertisement), pp. 126
Stevenson & Co. Steam Granite Polishing Works, Westerly, Rhode Island (advertisement), pp. 126

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

Contents.
Editorial – pp. 137
The Sidon Sarcophagi – pp. 138
Gold and Ivory Sculpture – pp. 138
Sculpture for the Chicago Exposition – pp. 139
The Monumental Profession in a Spanish City – pp. 139
Busts of Washington – pp. 140
Native and Foreign Art – pp. 140
Martin Millmore Monument – pp. 141
Among the Sculptors – pp. 142
Proposed Monuments – pp. 143
World’s Fair Notes – pp. 144-145
Kensal Green Cemetery, London, England – pp. 146
A California Cemetery – pp. 147
Ohio World’s Fair Monument – pp. 147
A Monument to Glass Workers – pp. 147
The MajorAndreMonument – pp. 148
Rare and Beautiful Colored Marbles from Japan – pp. 148
As to Business Methods – pp. 149
Correspondence – pp. 150
Associations – pp. 151
Bronze – pp. 152
Trade Notes – pp. 153
Quarry Notes – pp. 154
Trade News Among our Advertisers – pp. 156, 157, 158
Quincy Correspondence – pp. 159-160
Barre Correspondence – pp. 161
Editorial – pp. 137
The Sidon Sarcophagi,” “Eighteen sarcophagi, excavated at Sidon form the principal objects of interest in a new museum at Constantinople….” pp. 138
Gold and Ivory Sculpture,” pp. 138
Sculpture for the Chicago Exposition,” pp. 139
The Monumental Profession in a Spanish City,” (Barcelona, Spain), pp. 139
Busts of Washington,” pp. 140
Native and Foreign Art,” pp. 140
The Martin Millmore Monument,” pp. 141 (Photo caption) “The Martin Millmore Monument. D. E. French, Sculptor.”
Among the Sculptors,” pp. 142
Proposed Monuments,” pp. 143
Monumental Items,” pp. 143 (Photo caption) “The Genii of Transportation. Bas-relief for main entrance of Transportation building. John J. Boyle, Sculptor.” – pp. 144
Manufacturers’ Building,” (“The building designed for Manufacturers and Liberal Arts at the World’s Fair is the largest ever contemplated or erected for a similar purpose….”)
The Major Andre Monument,” pp. 148
Rare and Beautiful Colored Marbles from Japan,” pp. 148
As to Business Methods,” pp. 149 (Sketch caption: “Design for a Marker”)
Correspondence,” pp. 150
Associations,” pp. 151
Our Illustrations,” pp. 151
Bronze,” pp. 152
The Levytype Co., Photo-Engravers and Designers, Chicago, Illinois (advertisement), pp. 152
National Fine Art Foundry, Maurice J. Power, Established 1868, New York City, New York (advertisement), pp. 152
Spadone & Cabaret, Bronze and Brass Work, New York City, New York (advertisement), pp. 152
Chicopee Bronze Works, M. H. Mosman, Proprietor, Chicopee, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 152
American Bronze Co., Founders in Standard Copper Bronze, Chicago, Illinois (advertisement), pp. 152
J. & R. Lamb, Stained Glass, New York City, New York (advertisement), pp. 152
George H. Curreen, Patent Polishing Box, Greenbush, New York (advertisement), pp. 153
Franklin Hardwick & Son, Granite Dealers, Quincy, Massachusetts (Franklin Hardwick & C. F. Hardwick) (advertisement), pp. 153
New England Memorial Restoring Co., New York City, New York. “Perfect Memorial Restorations Without Acids” (advertisement), pp. 153
Trade Notes,” pp. 153
Quarry Notes,” pp. 154
Ryegate Granite Works Co., South Ryegate, Vermont, Quarry Owners, Manufacturers and Dealers in Ryegate, Standard and Barre Granites (advertisement) pp. 154 (Photo caption) “5th Michigan Infantry Monument at Gettysburg.”
The Middlebrook Granite Quarries For Lease at Middlebrook, Missouri, Iron Mountain Co., St. Louis, Missouri,” (advertisement), pp. 154
Addison Black Granite Quarry Land For Sale (Also called Black Diamond), “Four hundred acres of unimproved quarry land….” John L. Dalot, Addison Point, Maine (advertisement), pp. 154
New firm of Messrs. Jonathan S. Swingle, Secretary, & Alexander Falconer, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 155 (Sketch captions) “J. S. Swingle” and “Alex. Falconer”
E. C. Willison, Granites and Monuments, (advertisement), pp. 156
E. C. Willison, the Kavanagh Hand-Polishing, Sawing and Drilling Machine, Kansas City, Missouri; Aberdeen, Scotland; Montpelier, Vermont; South Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 156
Fulton Iron & Engine Works, Detroit, Michigan (advertisement), pp. 157
Adams & Bacon, Stone Manufacturer, Middlebury, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 158
James Dunn, Manufacturer of Bailey’s Steel or Iron Portable Hoist, Cleveland, Ohio (advertisement), pp. 158
Thomas W. Casey, Groton Granite, Quarry and Works, Groton, Connecticut (advertisement), pp. 158
Foster & Richards, Monumental Designers and Draughtsmen, Designs on Silk a Specialty, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 158
Moir Granite Co., Quarrymen and Manufacturers of Red and Gray Granites, Beebe Plain, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 159
Quincy, Massachusetts,” pp. 159
James H. Lancaster, The “ Lancaster” Rock Crushers, New York City, New York (advertisement), pp. 160
Frederick & Field, Quarries and Works, Quincy, Massachusetts, Established 1839 (advertisement), pp. 160
Milne & Chalmers, Quarry Owners and Manufacturers Quincy Granite Monumental Work, Steam Polishing Works (advertisement), pp. 160
Craig & Richards Granite Co., Dark Blue Quincy Granite, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 160
James N. White, Stone Dealer, West Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 161
Richard Opie, Manufacturer of Monumental Work from Quincy Granite, etc., Westerly, Rhode Island (advertisement), pp. 161
Ewen & co., Manufacturers of Monumental Work from Red, White and Blue Westerly Granite, and Barre, & Quincy Granite, Works: Westerly, Rhode Island, “The Trade Only Supplied” (advertisement), pp. 161
Maine Red Granite Co., Red Beach Red Granite & Beaver Lake Black Granite, Red Beach, Maine (advertisement), pp. 161
Machiasport Granite Co., Light Red Granite, Monumental and Building Work, Machiasport, Maine (advertisement), pp. 161
Robert Eckerlein, Centre Groton, Connecticut, Centre Groton Granite adapted for Monumental and Cemetery Work (advertisement), pp. 161
Barre, Vermont (Correspondence),” pp. 161
R. A. Curtis, Importer and Wholesale Dealer in Statuary, American and Scotch Granite, Indianapolis, Indiana (advertisement), pp. 162
Gross & Rowe, Wholesale Rustic Works, Bedford Stone, Bedford, Indiana (advertisement), pp. 162
John A. Connon, Manufacturer and Dealer, Barre Granite Monuments and Cemetery Work, Barre, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 162
The North American Iron Works, Foundry: Brooklyn, New York (advertisement), pp. 162
John O’Rourke, Proprietor of the Barre Standard Granite Quarries, Manufacturer of Monumental and Building Work, Barre, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 162

The Monumental News, Vol. 4, No. 5, May 1892, R. J. Haight, Editor & Publisher, Chicago, Illinois (PDF)

Contents.
Editorial – pp. 177
The Grant Monument – pp. 178
The Saratoga Monument – pp. 180
Ruins of Ancient Copan – pp. 181
Among the Sculptors – pp. 182
Proposed Monuments – pp. 183
World’s Fair Letter – pp. 184
The Unknown – pp. 184
The Columbus Fountain – p. 185
Monuments in Brussels – pp. 186
Design for Granite Monument – pp. 187
Riverside Cemetery, Rochester, New York – pp. 188
Forrest Park, Springfield, Massachusetts – pp. 189
Associations – pp. 190
Quarry Notes – pp. 192
Trade Notes – pp. 193
Trade Changes, New Firms – pp. 194
An Important Transfer – pp. 194
Our Illustrations – pp. 195
Trade News Among our Advertisers – pp. 196
Bronze – pp. 198
Correspondence, - 199, 200, 201
Business Changes, For Sale, etc. – pp. 208
Editorial,” pp. 177
The Grant Monument ” (in New York ), pp. 178 (Sketch caption) “The Proposed Grant Monument.”
The Washington Arch ” (in New York ), pp. 179
The Saratoga Monument ” (commemorating the Battle of Saratoga in New York ) (Photo captions) “Statue of General Gates.” “Statue of General Schuyler” and a photograph of the Saratoga Monument is included. pp. 180
Ruins of Ancient Copan ” (in Honduras), pp. 181
Design for a Marker” (photograph), pp. 181
Among The Sculptors,” pp. 182
Proposed Monuments,” pp. 83
World’s Fair Letter,” from Jackson Park, April 25, 1892, pp. 184
The ‘Unknown,’” (headstones for unknown soldiers’ graves in village and private cemeteries), pp. 184
The Columbus Fountain,” (monuments in New York; Scranton, Pennsylvania) (a sketch is included of one of the Columbus Fountains), pp. 185
Monuments in Brussels,” (Photo caption) “Monumental Fountain to Counts D’Egmont and De Horne, Brussels,” (in Belgium ), pp. 186
Design For a Granite Monument,” Foster &c Richards (sketch), pp. 187
Riverside Cemetery, Rochester, New York,” (plans for the new cemetery), pp. 188
Forest Park at Springfield, Massachusetts” (Photo caption) “The Barney Mausoleum in Forest Park, Springfield, Mass.” pp. 189
Associations,” pp. 190
The Quincy Conference ” (Massachusetts ), pp. 190 (Photo caption) “Delegates to the Quincy Conference.” pp. 191
Quarry Notes,” pp. 192
F. H. Venn, Jr., Monumental Draftsman, Chicago, Illinois “A Good Design is Half the Battle. Artistic Perspectives Executed in Water Color and with the Air Brush.” (advertisement), pp. 192
Trade Notes,” pp. 193
New Firms, Changes, Etc.,” pp. 194
Notice to the Trade.” pp. 194
An Important Transfer.” pp 194
The 44th New York Infantry Monument, Gettysburg,” pp. 95
Our Illustrations,” pp. 195
Frederick & Field, Quarries and Works, Quincy, Massachusetts, Established 1839 (advertisement), pp. 195
Milne & Chalmers, Quarry Owners and Manufacturers, Quincy Granite Monumental Work, Steam Polishing Works, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 195
E. T. Barnum, Vases, Settees, Chairs, Iron Fences, Cemetery Fences, Fountains, Lawn Furniture, Vault Gates, Tubular Fences, Grave Guards, Detroit, Michigan (advertisement), pp. 195
Henderson & Dickie, Barre Granite Monuments, Barre, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 195
Hooker & Martin, Successors to John O’Rourke & Co., Manufacturers and Dealers, Plainfield, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 195
E. C. French, Manufacturer of and Dealers in Monumental Work, Barre, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 195
The Puritan Granite Co., Daniel & Thayer, Monumental Works, Barre, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 195
Hooker & Martin, Successors to John O’Rourke & Co., Manufacturers and Dealers, Plainfield, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 195
E. C. Willison, Monument Dealer (advertisement), pp. 196
E. C. Willison, Kavanagh Hand-Polishing, Sawing and Drilling Machine, Kansas City, Missouri; Aberdeen, Scotland; Montpelier, Vermont; South Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 196
Mitchell Granite Co., 1846-1892, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 196
Trade News Department – Among Our Advertisers,” pp. 196
Moir Granite Co., Red and Gray Granites, Beebe Plain, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 197
Bronze,” pp. 198
Irving, Monumental Photographs For the Trade, Troy, New York (advertisement), pp. 198
The Levytype Co., Engravers and Designers, Chicago, Illinois (advertisement), pp. 198
National Fine Art Foundry, Established 1868, Maurice J. Power, New York City, New York (advertisement), pp. 198
Spadone & Cabaret, Bronze and Brass Work, New York City, New York (advertisement), pp. 198
American Bronze Co., Founders in Standard Copper Bronze, Chicago, Illinois (Sketch caption) “Gen. U.S. Grant, Galena, Ill. ”
McGillvray & Jones, Quarry Owners and manufacturers Dark Quincy Granite, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 199
J. E. Bolles & Co., Vault Doors, Hinges and Locks in Iron or Bronze, Detroit, Michigan (advertisement), pp. 199
Igo & Warner Granite Co., Dealer in Monuments, Statuary and Cemetery Work in Dark Blue, Light Quincy and all other Eastern granites, Works, South Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 199
Quincy, Massachusetts,” pp. 199
Addison Black Granite Quarry Land For Sale, (Also called Black Diamond), John L. Dalot, Addison Point, Maine (advertisement), pp. 200
James H. Lancaster, “The ‘ Lancaster ’ Rock Crushers, New York City, New York (advertisement), pp. 200
Fulton Iron and Engine Works, Detroit, Michigan, Sure-Grip Steel Tackle Block, Detroit, Michigan (advertisement), pp. 200
Adams & Bacon, Grandon Italiana and Florentine Blue, and Rutland Marble, Middlebury, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 200
James Dunn, Manufacturer of Bailey’s Steel or Iron Portable Hoist, Cleveland, Ohio (advertisement), pp. 200
Thomas W. Casey, Quarry and Works, Groton Granite, Groton, Connecticut (advertisement), pp. 200
Barre, Vermont (Correspondence),” pp. 201
Richard Opie, Manufacturer of Monumental Work from Westerly Granite, Westerly, Rhode Island (advertisement), pp. 201
James N. White, Quincy Granite Dealer, Works: West Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 201
Ewen & Co., Manufacturers of Monumental Work from red, white, and blue Westerly granite, Works: Westerly, Rhode Island. “The Trade Only Supplied.” (advertisement), pp. 201
Maine Red granite Co., Red Beach, Maine (advertisement), pp. 201
Machiasport Granite Co., Machiasport, Maine (advertisement), pp. 201
Robert Eckerlein, Centre Groton Granite, Centre Groton, Connecticut (advertisement), pp. 201
Design For a Monument,” pp. 202
Franklin Hardwick & Son, Dealers in Rough, Hammered and Polished Granite (Franklin Hardwick and C. F. Hardwick), Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 202
Malnati Bros., Westerly Granite, South Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 202
Monahan & Breen, Manufacturers & Wholesale Dealers in New England Granites, West Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 202
A. Marnock & Co., Headquarters for Scotch, Swede, and all American Granite, South Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 202
T. P. Owens & Son, Manufacturers and Dealers of Quincy Granites, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 203
Mount Vernon Granite Company, New England Granites (W. Lillicrap, J. Lillicrap, P. M. Clark), Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 203
Emslie & Kelman, Dealers in Barre Granite Monuments, Barre, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 203
Cole & Marciasi, Successors to Robins & Co., Fine Granite Monumental Work. Statuary and Drapery a Specialty, Barre, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 203
Epitaphs,” pp. 203
Adams Granite Works, George McFarlane, Proprietor, Monuments, Statuary, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 204
McDonnell & Cook, Manufacturers of Quincy Granite Monumental Work, Dealers Only (advertisement), pp. 204
Chicopee Bronze Works, M. H. Mosman, Chicopee, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 204
Merry Mount Granite Co., Monuments, Statuary, etc., Works: Quincy, Adams Station, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 204
Glencoe Granite Co., Manufacturers of dark and light Quincy Granite and all eastern Granites, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 204
F. Barnicoat, Successor to F. Barnicoat & Co., Granite Statuary, Portrait and Ideal Figures, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 204
T. F. Mannex, Manufacturer and Dealer in Plain and Ornamental Granite Monuments, West Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 204
Joss Brothers, Manufactures of Quincy granite Monumental work, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 204
The North American Iron Works (foundry), Brooklyn New York (advertisement), pp. 204
Quincy Cooperative Granite Company, Wholesalers & Manufacturers of Quincy, Concord, and all Eastern Granite, West Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 204
John O’Rourke, Proprietor of the Barre Standard Granite Quarries, Manufacturer of Monumental and Building Work, Barre, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 204
W. T. Fitzgerald, Attorney at Law, Patent, Washington, D.C. (advertisement), pp. 204
John A. Connon, Manufacturer and Dealer, Barre Granite Monuments and Cemetery Work, Barre, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 204
McDonnell & Kelley, Manufacturers of Quincy and other New England Granites, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 205
Wood & Troup, Dark Barre Granite, Barre, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 205
Field & Wild, Quarrymen, Dark Blue Quincy Granite, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 205
Melcher & Hadley, Manufacturers of Barre Granite Monuments, Cemetery Work, etc., Barre, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 205
Norfolk Granite Company, W. Burke, Manager, T. O’Keefe, Treasurer, Dealers in all kinds of Monumental Statuary and Cemetery Work, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 205
McIntosh & Son, Manufacturers of all kinds of Monumental Work, South Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 205
William Callahan, Manufacturer of Monumental Work, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 205
Thomas F. Burke & Bros., Manufacturers of Quincy Granite Monuments, West Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 205
William T. Spargo, Manufacturers of Monuments, Statuary, Cemetery Work, South Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 205
Milford Brothers, Office and Works West Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 205
Fuller, Foley & Co., Artistic Memorials, Granite Work of Every Description, West Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 205
New England Memorial Restoring Co., New York City, New York (advertisement), pp. 205
John Duffus, Manufacturer of and Dealer in Dark Barre Granite Monuments, Works, Williamstown, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 205
Marble Workers’ Manual: Containing practical information respecting marbles in general, their cutting, working and polishing; veneering of marble; mosaices (sic); composition and use of artificial marble, stuccos, cements, recipts (sic), secrets, etc., etc., Translated from the French, by M. L. Booth, with an appendix concerning American Marble, 12 mo. cloth, $1.50. We will send the above and The Monumental News one year $2.00. (advertisement), pp. 205 (Please Note: You can read this book, “Marble Workers’ Manual” on this Stone Quarries and Beyond web site in the “Articles” section.)
United Mercantile Agency, Book of Credits, Boston, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 206
Scientific American Agency for Patents, Scientific American, New York City, New York (advertisement), pp. 206
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. 206
S. Henry Barnicoat, Quincy Granite Monuments and Statuary, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 206
Lewis D. Gumb, Quarrier and Manufacturer of Madison Pink Granite, Lowell, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 206
John McLean, Bronze and Galvanized Cemetery Supplies, New York City, New York (advertisement), pp. 206
Hallowell Central Granite Co., Hallowell Granite in the rough, Hallowell, Maine (advertisement), pp. 206
East Milford Granite Co., Manufacturers of 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, N.Y. ” (advertisement), pp. 206
Crown Granite Works, Monuments, South Thomaston, Maine (advertisement), pp. 206
James Kirkpatrick Monumental Works, Red, White, Blue and Pink Westerly Granite, Westerly, Rhode Island (advertisement), pp. 206
The Sunnyside, the oldest & best undertaking trade journal in the world, Established 1871, Frank H. Chase, Publisher, New York City, New York (advertisement), pp. 206
Stevenson & Co. Steam Granite Polishing Works, Westerly, Rhode Island (advertisement), pp. 206
Pittsburgh Crushed Steel Co., Limited, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (advertisement), pp. 207
J. S. Mundy, Established 1870, Hoisting Engines, Newark, New Jersey (advertisement), pp. 207
W. H. Anderson & Son, Manufacturers of and Dealers in Stone, Marble and Granite Workers’ Tools, Jacks, Derricks and Tooth Chisels, Machinery, &c, Detroit, Michigan (advertisement), pp. 207
B. C. & R. A. Tilghman, Patent Chilled Iron Globules, or Shot, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (advertisement), pp. 207
Perry & Demeritt, Manufacturers of Superior Iron Frame Polishing Machines, Montpelier, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 207
Granite City Polishing Machine, W. A. Lane, Manufacturer, Barre, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 207
The Van Duzen & Tift Co., Pump Department, Van Duzen’s Steam Jet Pump, Cincinnati, Ohio (advertisement), pp. 207
Concord Polishing Machine, in successful operation at many of the best polishing mills in New England, Cincinnati, Ohio (advertisement), pp. 207
Concord Axle Co., Concord Polishing Machine, Penacook, New Hampshire (advertisement), pp. 207
Foster & Richards, Monumental Designers and Draughtsmen, Designs on Silk a Specialty, A. E. Foster and W. A. Richards, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 208
“Business Chances, For Sale, Etc.,” pp. 208
Wanted – Situations or Help,” pp. 208

The Monumental News, Vol. 4, No. 6, June 1892, R. J. Haight, Editor & Publisher, Chicago, Illinois (PDF)

Contents.
Editorial – pp. 217
The New England Granite Troubles– pp. 218
The Salon of 1892, pp. 220
Associations, pp. 221
Our Illustrations, pp. 221
Among the Sculptors, pp. 222
Proposed Monuments, pp. 223
World’s Fair Notes, pp. 224
Woking (sic) Cemetery, pp. 225
Early Cemeteries, pp. 225
The Monuments of Brussels, pp. 226
Famous Onyx Stone, pp. 226
Suggestions on the Care of Country Cemeteries, pp. 227
Art at the Altar, pp. 228
The Wisconsin Monolith, pp. 228
Burials in Westminster Abbey, pp. 229
Modern Cremation, pp. 230
The Kingsley Memorial Chapel, pp. 231
A Cemetery Chapel at Moderate Cost, pp. 231
Luxurious Homes of the Dead, pp. 232
Opposed to Cremation, pp. 232
Trade Notes, pp. 233
New Firms, Changes, etc., pp. 233
Bronze, pp. 234
Correspondence, pp. 235-236
Nature’s Monument at Washington, pp. 237
Trade News Among our Advertisers, pp. 238-239
Editorial,” pp. 217
This New England Granite Troubles,” pp. 218 (Photo caption) “Leonard W. Volks Statue of Abraham Lincoln for the Rochester, N.Y. Soldiers’ Monument.” pp. 220
Memorial Day and Soldiers’ Monuments,” pp. 219
The Salon of 1892,” pp. 220
Associations,” pp. 221
The Largest Corinthian Cap in the United States,” pp. 221 (Includes a photograph capital of the stone is included. “The Corinthian capital of the Confederate soldiers’ monument on Libby Hill, Richardman, Virginia, which was placed in position last month is the largest granite capital of the kind in the United States…The granite was quarried and cut by the Petersburg Granite Quarrying Co., of Petersburg, Va., for Mr. James Netherwood, the Richmond Contractor.”)
Our Illustrations,” pp. 221
Among the Sculptors,” pp. 222
Proposed Monuments,” pp. 223
World’s Fair Notes,” pp. 224
Working Cemetery, London (England),” pp. 225
Early Cemeteries,” pp. 225
The Monuments of Brussels,” pp. 226 (Photo caption) “The Congress Column”
Famous Onyx Stone,” pp. 226
Suggestions on the Care of Country Cemeteries,” pp. 227
Art at the Altar,” pp. 228
Burials in Westminster Abbey (England),” pp. 229
Modern Cremation,” pp. 230
The Kingsley Memorial Chapel,” (near the entrance to the Rome Cemetery, Rome, New York), pp. 231 (Photo caption) “Design for Kingsley Memorial Chapel, Rome, N.Y.”
A Cemetery Chapel at Moderate Cost,” The Illustrated Carpenter and Builder, of London, published the accompanying sketch….” pp. 231
Luxurious Homes of the Dead” (in Montevideo), pp. 232
Opposed to Cremation,” pp. 232
Trade Notes,” pp. 233
New Firms, Changes, Etc.,” pp. 233 “Notice to Subscribers”
Bronze,” pp. 234
National Fine Art Foundry, Established 1868, Casts, Artists’ Models, Maurice J. Power (advertisement), pp. 234
Spadone & Cabaret, Bronze and Brass works, New York City, New York (advertisement), pp. 234
American Bronze co., Founders in Standard Copper Bronze, Chicago, Illinois (advertisement), pp. 234
Chicopee Bronze Works, M. H. Mosman, Proprietors, Chicopee, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 234
The North American Iron Works, Brooklyn, New York (advertisement), pp. 234
Quincy, Massachusetts,” pp. 235
Barre, Vermont,” pp. 236
W. C. Townsend, Importer and Manufacturer, New York City, New York (advertisement), pp. 236
Nature’s Monument at Washington,” pp. 237
Irving, Monumental Photographs for the Trade, Troy, New York (advertisement), pp. 237
The Granite Monument Design Co., Photographs of Granite Monuments, Cleveland, Ohio (advertisement), pp. 237
R. A. Curtis, Importer and wholesale Dealer, Indianapolis, Indiana (advertisement), pp. 237
F. H. Venn, Jr., Monumental Draftsman, Chicago, Illinois (advertisement), pp. 237
E. H. Gibson, Monumental Draughting on Silk, Satin or Paper, Rockford, Illinois (advertisement), pp. 237
Foster & Richards, A. E. Foster and W. A. Richards, Monumental Designers (advertisement), pp. 237
Moir Granite Co., Beebe Plain, Vermont “We have works in Canada and Vermont….” (advertisement), pp. 238
Trade News Among Our Advertisers,” pp. 238
John L. Dalot, Addison Black Granite Quarry Land for Sale (Also called Black Diamond) (advertisement), pp. 239
Cook & Watkins, Monument Designs, Boston, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 239
Adams & Bacon, Specialty of block, sawed, and finished Brandon Italian and Florentine Blue and Rutland Marble, Middlebury, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 239
Swingle & Falconer, American and Foreign Granites, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 240
Standard Granite Company Quarries, Rough Stock from their Woodbury Quarry (“Light grey even and uniform in color and texture….”, P.O. Box: Hardwick, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 240
F. S. Cary & Co., Importers & Wholesaler Dealers Granite, Marble, & Statuary, Zanesville, Ohio (advertisement), pp. 240
James N. White, Dark and Light Quincy Granites, Works: West Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 240
Cole & Marciasi, Successors to Robins & Co., Fine Granite Monumental Work, Statuary and Drapery a Specialty, Barre, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 240
Barclay Bros., Manufacturers and Steam Polishers, Barre, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 241
Park & Dunbar, Manufacturers and Dealers in Barre Granite Monuments, Barre, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 241
The Crown Granite Works, Monuments, William Birss, Manager, Office and Works: South Thomaston, Maine (advertisement), pp. 241
Wood & Troup, Manufacturers and Dealers in Dark Barre Granite, Barre, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 241
E. C. French, Manufacturer of and Dealer of all kinds of Barre Granite, Barre, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 241
Melcher & Hadley, Manufacturers of Barre Granite Monuments and Cemetery Work, Barre, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 241
Henderson & Dickie, Manufacturers & dealers in Barre Granite Monuments, etc., Barre, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 241
John A. Connon, Barre Granite Monuments and Cemetery Work, Barre, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 241
John O’Rourke, Barre Vermont (advertisement), pp. 241
Littlejohn & Milne, Quarriers and Manufacturers, Barre Granite, Barre, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 241
Monahan & Breen, Manufacturers & Wholesale Dealers in all New England Granites, Monuments, Headstones, etc., West Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 241
New Westerly Granite Co., Manufacturers and Dealers in white granite monumental and building work, Milford, New Hampshire (advertisement), pp. 241
East Milford Granite Co., Blue New Westerly or Souhegan Granite For the Trade, East Milford, New Hampshire (advertisement), pp. 242
United Mercantile Agency, Book of Credits, Boston, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 242
The Ponemah Granite Quarrying & Manufacturing Co., Quarry & /Works: Milford, New Hampshire, F. J. Fuller, Manager, Amherst Station, New Hampshire, “Use Ponemah Granite for all kinds of Monumental Work, Statuary &c.” (advertisement), pp. 242
McDonnell & Kelley, Stone Manufacturer, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 243
Thos. F. Burke & Bros., manufacturers of Quincy Granite Monuments, West Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 243
Franklin Hardwick & Son, Franklin Hardwick and C. F. Hardwick, Dealers in Granite, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 243
Field & Wild, Quarrymen, Dark Blue Quincy Granite, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 243
Norfolk Granite Company, W. Burke, Manager, and T. O’Keefe, Treasurer, Dealers in Monumental Statuary and Cemetery Work “In dark blue and Light Quincy, Oak Hill and Clark’s Island, and all other eastern granites,” Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 243
Glencoe Granite Co., Manufacturers of Dark and Light Quincy Granite and all Eastern Granites, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 243
Sm. T. Spargo, Manufacturers of Monuments, Statuary, etc., South Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 243
A. Marnock & Co., headquarters for Scotch, Swede, and all American Granite, South Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 243
McIntosh & son, Manufacturers of Monumental Work, South Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 243
William Callahan, Manufacturer of Monumental Work, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 243
T. F. Mannex, Manufacturer and Dealer in Plain and Ornamental Granite Monuments, West Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 243
Fuller, Foley & Co., Artistic Memorials. Granite Work of Every Description, West Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 243
Milford Brothers, Office and Works: West Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 243
Books,” pp. 244
McDonnell & Cook, Quincy Granite Monumental Work, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 244
Adams Granite Works, George McFarlane, Proprietor, Monuments, Statuary, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 244
Merry Mount Granite Co., Incorporated 1881, Quarry owners & manufacturers Monuments, Statuary, etc., from Light and Dark Quincy Granite, New England Granites, Works: Quincy Adams Station, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 244
S. Henry Barnicoat, Quincy Granite, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 244
F. Barnicoat, Successor to F. Barnicoat & Co., Granite Statuary Portrait and Ideal Figures, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 244
Joss Brothers, Manufactures of Quincy Granite Monumental Work, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 244
E. T. Barnum, Manufacturer of Vases, Settees, Chairs, Fountains, Lawn Furniture, Iron Fences, Cemetery Fences, Vault Gates, Tubular Fences, Grave Guards, Detroit, Michigan (advertisement), pp. 244
A. M. Deane & Co., Manufacturers of Granite Monuments, Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 244
J. H. Bishop & Co., Manufacturers of Granite Monuments, West Quincy, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 244
Rutland Granite Co., Rutland, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 245
J. F. Townsend, Scotch, Swede, and American Granites, Italian Statuary, Columbus, Ohio; Barre, Vermont; (Foreign Office) Aberdeen, Scotland; Carrara, Italy (advertisement), pp. 245
Scientific American, Patents, New York City, New York (advertisement), pp. 245
Lewis D. Gumb, Granite Dealer, Lowell, Massachusetts (advertisement), pp. 245
Hallowell Central Granite Co., Granite Dealer, Hallowell, Maine (advertisement), pp. 245
Chicago Commercial Company, “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? We can save you money. Unexceptional (sic) references….” (advertisement), pp. 245
Main Red Granite Co., Red Beach Red Granite and Beaver Lake Black Granite, Red Beach, Maine (advertisement), pp. 245
Machiasport Granite Co., Granite Monumental and Building Work, Machiasort, Maine (advertisement), pp. 245
Brown & Wade, Successors to M. T. Jameson, Proprietors of the Jameson Granite Quarry, South Thomaston, Maine (advertisement), pp. 245
Stevenson & Co., Steam Granite Polishing Works, Westerly, Rhode Island (advertisement), pp. 245
John Duffus, Manufacturer of and Dealer in Dark Barre Granite Monuments, Quarries, Barre, Works, Williamstown, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 245
Hooker & Martin, Successors to John O’Rourke & Co., Manufacturers of and Dealers in Barre and Plainfield Granite Monuments, Tablets, etc., Plainfield, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 245
Hardening and Tempering Tools,” pp. 246.
Pittsburgh Crushed Steel Co., Ltd., Crushed Steel and Steel Emery, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (advertisement), pp. 246
James Dunn, Manufacturer of Bailey’s Steel or Iron Portable Hoist, Cleveland, Ohio (advertisement), pp. 246
James H. Lancaster, The “ Lancaster” Rock Crushers, New York City, New York (advertisement), pp. 246
The Levytype Co., Photo-Engravers and Designers, Chicago (advertisement), pp. 246
C. F. Maynord & Co., Manufacturers of Lifting Jacks, Fairhaven, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 246
W. H. Anderson & Son, Manufacturers of and Dealers in Stone, Marble and Granite Workers’ Tools, Detroit, Michigan (advertisement), pp. 247
J. S. Mundy, Established 1870, Hoisting Engines, Newark, N. J. (advertisement), pp. 247
B.C. & R. A. Tilghman, Patent chilled iron globules, or shot, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, (advertisement), pp. 247
Perry & Demeritt, Manufacturers of Superior Iron Frame Polishing Machines, Montpelier, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 247
W. A. Lane, Manufacturer, Granite City Polishing Machine, Barre, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 247
The Van Duzen & Tift Co., Pump Department, Van Duzen’s Steam Jet Pump,Cincinnati, Ohio (advertisement), pp. 247
Concord Axle Co., Manufacturer of the Concord Polishing Machine, Penacook, New Hampshire (advertisement), pp. 247
John McLean, Bronze and Galvanized Cemetery Supplies, New York City, New York (advertisement), pp. 247
W. T. Fitzgerald, Patent Attorney-at-Law, Washington, D.C. (advertisement), pp. 247
J. E. Bolles and Co., Iron Fences, Detroit, Michigan (advertisement), pp. 247
“Business Chances, For Sale, Etc.,” & “Wanted – Situations or Help,” (advertisement), pp. 248
Chas. W. McMillan, Dealer in Barre Granite Monuments, Barre, Vermont (advertisement), pp. 248
Emslie & Kelman, Dealers in Barre Granite Monuments, Tablets, Headstones, Coping, etc., Draping and Carving a specialty (advertisement), pp. 248

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