This article was written by Kara Zelasko and Brittany Costello. Zelasko and Costello are students of Public History at Northeastern University who assisted with Mount Auburn’s Digitization Days this past October. You may not realize it, but you already have … Continue reading
…And thy lithe boughs hang murmuring and weeping Above her, as she steals the mystery from thy keeping… -James Russell Lowell This year as the calendar turns to February our media is full of mention of athletic gold medals, … Continue reading
Known as one of the leading moral and political philosophers of the past century, John B. Rawls was born on February 21, 1921.
In 1953 Mount Auburn Biographies by Foster W. Russell was published. “With the primary purpose of preserving a convenient record of the accomplishments of over five hundred of the more noted persons who have found lasting repose in the cemetery, … Continue reading