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This Cemetery Is a Design Lover’s Dream

The marble, Greek Revival-style Garvan mausoleum from 1927 was designed by John Russell Pope, who was also responsible for the Jefferson Memorial and the National Gallery of Art. By the 1860s, most East Coast cemeteries prohibited the use of porous marble, but Woodlawn was an exception. Francesco Lagnese
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