A large Doric temple near the entrance to the cemetery. It is very much a gentleman’s mausoleum: it is most distinguished by its lack of distinguishing features, concentrating instead on getting every detail of the style perfectly correct.
A small Doric mausoleum distinguished by its arched doorway, rare in Doric mausoleums in Pittsburgh. (Old Pa Pitt has a backlog of cemetery pictures with fall colors, so don’t be surprised to see more of them this winter.)
The Byzantine style of this elaborate mausoleum is unusual in Pittsburgh. The complexity of the design makes the structure look larger than it is; it is not a small mausoleum, but it is not as big as it looks at first glance.