Here's a house I'd like to see:
Phoenixville Man Erects Home from Tombstones
Phoenixville, Oct. 15. There is little doubt but that one of the strangest houses in the world is being erected in Phoenixville by George A. Detwiler, a local marble and granite dealer.
There are thosands of persons who would never stay in the house even one night and many others wouldn't even pass near it at ngiht.
The reason is that the house is being constructed of marble and granite blocks that have been cut from posts, coping stones, foot stones and step stones from the graves in Morris' cemetery, local burying grounds.
The stones, in many instances, are being cut from ones that Detweiler sold to the various lot owners who, by reason of an order of the board of directors of teh cemetery association, ordered all such stones removed.
The stone in this house would cost about $60,000 in the market.