We found this a few weekends ago when we went to watch the Head of the Charles, the annual rowing regatta in Boston.

This is a little hard to read:

Quentin Compson/Drowned in the odour of honeysuckle/1891-1910

This marker is about the size of a brick, quite small, and it's set in the side of the Larz Anderson Bridge to commemorate the point where the Harvard freshman committed suicide by throwing himself into the icy waters of the Charles River...

in William Faulkner's novel The Sound & The Fury.

Love that.