Eliza Freeman: Stumbling across a sobering reminder of hate - Press of Atlantic City: Students Abroad Blog

Eliza Freeman: Stumbling across a sobering reminder of hate

Print
Font Size:
Default font size
Larger font size

Posted: Friday, March 29, 2013 1:30 pm

As I went on a run the other day, I literally stumbled upon a cobblestone, that turned out not to be a cobblestone after all. They were placed in the brick sidewalk, two bronze blocks lying next to another. On these stones read the names of a (presumbly) husband and wife, Iva and Hermann Zorn, stating that they had lived in the neighboring house. Underneath the names stood the respective birth dates, and then the phrase:

Thank you for continuing to visit pressofac.com. You have reached your monthly article limit. To continue reading, subscribe for unlimited access.

Unlimited
Digital Access

30 Day Trial Only 99¢

Learn More

7 Day Home Delivery
+ Unlimited Digital Access

$17.75 per month

Learn More

You must login to view the full content on this page.

© 2016 Press of Atlantic City. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

Thank you for continuing to visit pressofac.com. You have reached your monthly article limit. To continue reading, subscribe for unlimited access.

Unlimited
Digital Access

30 Day Trial Only 99¢

Learn More

7 Day Home Delivery
+ Unlimited Digital Access

$17.75 per month

Learn More