|Type:||Officially Marked Monument||Involved:||Anthony, Susan B.|
|Location:||1133 Mount Hope Avenue, Rochester, NY||Cause:||Abolition; Woman's Rights / Suffrage|
Susan B. Anthony was interred in Mount Hope Cemetery, Rochester's premier memorial park. Anthony reposes beneath a rather modest white marker on a family plot; the marker has suffered from weathering and is somewhat difficult to read. The grave can be found in Section C, Plot 93; several helpful markers guide visitors from the cemetery's internal thoroughfare, Linden Avenue.
Anthony's grave and that of her fellow abolitionist, Frederick Douglass, are the two most-visited sites in this picturesque Victorian cemetery.