National Geographic : 1923 Jun
THE SOURCES OF WASHINGTON'S CHARM 675 rnotograpn oy ii1aries \lartu AUGUSTUS SAINT-GAUDENS' STATUE OF "GRIEF" IN ROCK CREEK CEMETERY While the sculptor called this masterpiece "The soul face to face with the greatest of all mysteries-the problem: 'If a man die, shall he live again?' ", the public has come to know the world-famous bronze memorial over the. grave of Mrs. Henry Adams as "Grief." The monument bears no inscription or date. It stands secluded in a small grove of evergreens.