A large rustic mausoleum with medievalish columns. Like most mausoleums in this cemetery, it has lost its bronze doors, but unlike the others it has not been closed off with concrete blocks. It probably provides shelter for occasional homeless guests, and if old Pa Pitt had a mausoleum he would approve of that use.
An elegantly simple cube with rusticated stone blocks to add texture and shading. Unlike most of the mausoleums in this cemetery, this one has kept its bronze doors. One wonders whether the designer intended the shallow stepped roof as a subtle recollection of the Mausoleum at Halicarnassus.