1923. This book was originally published in monthly installments in Granite Marble and Bronze. The writer found himself troubled by the fact that the articles were written with the desire to impress upon the reader the necessity of serious study of basic principles in often flamboyant style. Contents: moldings; the column; a further discussion of architectural forms; ornament; letters and lettering; headstones; the cross, obelisk and other forms; a disagreeable chapter; sarcophagus; tomb; some suggestions concerning public memorials; a consideration of sculpture; concerning the use of color; cemetery. Handsomely illustrated with over 37 plates and illustrations.