Rosehill Cemetery 5800 North Ravenswood Avenue Chicago Illinois 60660
Dedicated ca. 1895
Bach, Ira J., and Mary Lackritz Gray, "A Guide to Chicago's Public Sculpture," Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1983, pg. 363.
Public Monument Conservation Project, 1986.
Save Outdoor Sculpture, Illinois, Chicago survey, 1992.
Image on file.
Bach, Ira J. and Mary Lackritz Gray, "A Guide to Chicago's Public Sculpture," Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1983, pg. 362.
(Inscription, on east side:) LEONARD WELLS VOLK/11-7-1828/8-19-1895/EMILY CLARISSA BARLOW/HIS WIFE/8-23-1832/5-28-1896 (Inscription, on south side:) ADELE DOUGLAS/4-17-1864/8-9-1865/THEIR CHILDREN/ARTHUR DOUGLAS/4-23-1853/10-31-1855 (Inscription, on north side:) HONORA VOLK COLT/7-13-1861/12-13-1928/A BELOVED MOTHER signed
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Elderly figure of Volk seated on a rocky ledge as if resting while on a walk in the country. He carries a walking stick in his proper left hand and there is a hat on the ground next to a his proper right foot. He has a moustache and a small beard.