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A statue of a man, holding a book, stands under a rotunda.

According to an article in the New York Times in January, 1914, attorney Harry M. Gescheidt not only erected this memorial to himself in Green-Wood Cemetery, but also had a clause in his will that half of his estate would be for bread in a bread line, and that each loaf would have his name baked into its crust. Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn. Also filed in Cemeteries. View My Profile

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