This magnificent Roman temple holds more dead people than any other mausoleum in the Homewood Cemetery, with an extensive basement accessible by a removable section of mosaic floor. (How’s that for a scene in a Gothic novel?) H. J. Heinz, the pickle and ketchup king, and generations of his descendants are buried here, including his great-grandson Senator John Heinz.
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Do you know who designed the Heinz mausoleum? It is very John Russell Pope-ish.
According to this invaluable brochure, it was designed by Vrydaugh and Wolfe, who also designed a house for H. J.’s son Howard.