There are some photographic things I almost always do: walk around back, look inside. And read what’s been left. This tomb had a rain-battered copy of King Lear, opened just as you see it here.
These tombs generally have many people buried in them, so I am making assumptions about the relevance of on of the lines in the open page. It says, “Your daughter is not well.”
Lafayette Cemetery No. 1
New Orleans, Louisiana
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