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8-31-12: Greenmount Cemetery, Where "Baltimore's Best, Come To Rest"
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This interview originally aired September 1, 2009.
Greenmount Cemetery is an oasis of verdant, rolling hills at the intersection of North Avenue and Greenmount Avenue on the city’s east side. It opened in 1839 and it is the final resting place for many notable Baltimoreans.
In the fall of 2009 Tom Hall visited Greenmount Cemetery with Wayne Schaumberg. Shaumberg leads public tours through Greenmount Cemetery every October and May. He explains the history of the cemetery and the history of those buried there.
Audio for this interview will be posted at noon on August 31.