OLD CEMETERY GIVES WAY TO 'YOUTH'
THE CLEVELAND TIMES, 1925
HEADSTONE IN PICTURE READS: JOSEPH HALL / Born at St. Ives, / Huntingtonshire, England / Jan. 25, 1793, / Died Feb 16, 1855 / Aged 62 Years
TIN CANS LITTER GRAVES OF PIONEERS IN LAKEWOOD
[unspecified newspaper], August 26, 1925
CAPTION (partially torn): ... two scenes of Wagar cemetery, Detroit avenue, just west of Belle avenue, in Lakewood. They [show the] neglected condition of the graves, with the headstones lying on the ground, glass, tin cans and ...-ing the graves of pioneers of the Western Reserve.
TOMBSTONES AWAIT FINAL RESTING PLACE
LAKEWOOD SUN POST, August 30, 1979
CAPTION: No bodies are buried amidst the scraps of sidewalk and sewer pipe beside the Lakewood service garage which also stores these tombstones of Lakewood settlers. Robert Kleinweber, assistant public works director, inspects one of the stones. (Sun Photo by Joe Glick)