National Geographic : 1920 Mar
/: BEWO' EVEN a casual glance at the accompanying illustration im presses one with the dignity, grace, and appropriateness of this memorial. The delicately protrayed figure and bronze cine rary urn add to its uniqueness. The sculptor could not have so adequately expressed himself had he not intended the reproduction to be in the fine texture and light gray color of ROCK OF AGES GRANITE, which adds perma nent beauty to any memorial, public or private. To assist you in consulting your local dealer in memorials, send for the booklet telling the story of ROCK OF AGES GRANITE. BOUTWELL, MILNE & VARNUM CO. MONTPELIER, VERMONT Quarriers of ROCK OF AGES GRANITE The Distinctive Granite, Quarriedat Barre, Vermont II. - "Mention The Geographic-It identifies you" TIFUL TRIBUTE '"