I recently had a chance to talk with Brenda Sullivan. She is one of "the Gravestone Girls," a company that teaches how to make cemetery gravestone rubbings without damaging the stones; gives lectures about cemetery art, history, and symbolism; and also creates replicas of tombstones by making an impression of the art of the tombstones.
In this interview, Brenda talks about her background and the services of the Gravestone Girls. I found her products to be a fascinating preservation of disappearing art. Brenda also talked a bit about how valuable cemeteries can be at supplying information to today's genealogists.
You can listen to the interview by clicking on her name above.
You might also want to look at the pictures here that illustrate the products of the Gravestone Girls. Click on any image to see a larger picture.
For more information about the Gravestone Girls and their diverse products and services, go to http://www.gravestonegirls.com