Object of the Day

“a Road in the City of the Dead”

The caption on the reverse of this photograph reads: “S.RF. and Cristobal, C.Z.”, “‘a Road in the City of the Dead'”,  “Monkey Hill”, and “Mt. Hope, C.Z.”01-95-3-(10)_0002Can you confirm that this photograph depicts “S.RF. and Cristobal, C.Z.”, “‘a Road in the City of the Dead'”,  “Monkey Hill”, and “Mt. Hope, C.Z.”? Could you identify where these names are located in the photograph? If not, where do you think this image was captured?

Can you estimate a time period for this image?

Have you visited the City of the Dead, Monkey Hill, or Mt. Hope? Do you have any stories about this location?

If you have any information or memories of these scene, please share with us in the comments section!

 

0 Comments

  • Waldo Gilley (Mech Supv Pacific Locks)

    The is Mount Hope Cemetry located on Atlantic side, known by all those names. Also known as the American Cemetry, many graves moved to American Cemerty on Pacific side.

  • Kelly Karst

    That’s where my boyfriend’s grandmother is buried. Interestingly, she was of Chinese descent, via Guyana to Jamaica to Colon, Panama.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

css.php