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Enlightenment in the Cemetery: The Adams Memorial and Buddhism in 19th Century America
April 4, 2013

Even in a city with as many monuments as  Washington, D.C., the Adams Memorial is exceptional. Commissioned on the death of his wife by Henry Adams, it is one of the most widely celebrated pieces of American funerary art. Adams’ wife Clover committed suicide in December 1885. The loss so shook Adams that she is…

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