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This collection of work is one of the most sensitive and revealing records ever assembled of the richly historic architecture and landscapes of Dade County. " This is historic Miami at its best. " Charleton Tebeau.
City of Miami Cemetery
built in 1895
photographed by John Gillan in 1992
Limited Edition-framed print from the 1994 exhibition at the Historical Museum of Southern Florida
4x5 Platinum print on 100% cotton rag paper
printed by John Gillan with
11x14 museum mount/mat, solid cherry wood frame and UV coated plexiglass
$950 each limited edition of 1
Limited Edition Portfolio
Places In Time - Platinum Print Portfolio. Contains 10 original 4x5 platinum prints. Archival white mat and museum mounted to 11" x 11". Comes in a 12" x 12" x 2" archival clamshell case. Limited edition of 5.
Black/white Giclee print on premium archival matte paper
11 x 14 $300
16 x 20 $375
20 x 24 $450
24 x 30 $525
"This cemetery represents the city's first burial site and contains a Who's Who of early Miamians. Its beauty stems from the fact that Dr. David Fairchild, world-renowned horticulturist, and Alexis Korsdakoff, sexton from 1927-62, planted more than three hundred varieties of plants and trees. If one studies the old City Cemetery and those pioneers buried in it, he/she will gain a deep insight into the early history of the Magic City. The facility is a history book that casts a broad beam over the story of early Miami."
Dr. Paul S. George, Historian
7 September 1993
Some of the early Miamian's buried here are Julia Tuttle, Dr. James M. Jackson, John Seybold, William Burdine and John Peacock.