Tim Kiser

Tim Kiser

Posted on 01/08/2010


Photo taken on January  4, 2010



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The oldtimey metal awnings are near to the buried remains.

The oldtimey metal awnings are near to the buried remains.
Ha ha when did zoninglaws start, when I die I want some awnings.

In my belief, with a couple of minor tweaks to quirks of history the U.S. could've easily ended up with completely different customs and taboos re: what to do with people's old corpses? Way more than happens in lots of countries, manners and customs in the U.S. often develop randomly don't they.

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In downtown Seaford, Delaware, on January 4th, 2010, a portion of a small cemetery on the grounds of Mount Olivet United Methodist Church, along the south side of High Street, between Church Street and Pine Street.

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Library of Congress classification ideas:
GT3320 Cemeteries—United States—Pictorial works.
NA3008 Awnings—Pictorial works.
F174.S43 Seaford (Del.)—Pictorial works.

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