This Wednesday, Sept. 22, 2010 photo shows Susan B. Anthony’s grave at Mount Hope Cemetery in Rochester, N.Y. The solitude and even mystical allure of America’s oldest municipal park-garden cemetery remains a big draw for permanent residents and visitors alike, among them picnickers, bird watchers, joggers and history buffs.
This Wednesday, Sept. 22, 2010 photo shows Susan B. Anthony’s grave at Mount Hope Cemetery in Rochester, N.Y. The solitude and even mystical allure of America’s oldest municipal park-garden cemetery remains a big draw for permanent residents and visitors alike, among them picnickers, bird watchers, joggers and history buffs. David Duprey AP
This Wednesday, Sept. 22, 2010 photo shows Susan B. Anthony’s grave at Mount Hope Cemetery in Rochester, N.Y. The solitude and even mystical allure of America’s oldest municipal park-garden cemetery remains a big draw for permanent residents and visitors alike, among them picnickers, bird watchers, joggers and history buffs. David Duprey AP

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