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arrow, is delivered by a tape recording in the special kind of rich, organ-tone
voice used throughout Forest Lawn. There are also hundreds of statues, both
originals and reproductions, scattered throughout the three hundred acres.
Typical of ...
But Forest Lawn makes no money directly from marrying people, and the profits
from the souvenir shop are used for the upkeep of the Hall of the Crucifixion.
Forest Lawn's real business is burying people. "The hardest thing in the world to
1930's to the early 1950's, Forest Lawn was in a running argument with the
county assessor's office over the tax assessments made on its property, with
Forest Lawn always claiming that the assessments were too high and almost
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This is a freshman level college anthology. Any anthology of course suffers from having to include too much, to having to exclude other items. This one seems quite workable. Read full review
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