In the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, Bagni di Lucca, a spa town not far from Lucca, was much loved by foreigners, some of whom were passing through, while others settled there permanently. The English Cemetery there holds the remains of many interesting and illustrious expats. If you go, look for two identical, tall stark white marble crosses standing side by side. They bear the names of two Americans buried there: Rose Elizabeth Cleveland and Evangeline E.T. Whipple. A little farther away is the grave of their friend, English illustrator and painter Nelly Eriksen.