John Worthington Mausoleum, Homewood Cemetery


Mr. Worthington, an oil baron, chose to be buried in an unusual Gothic tower, more castle-like than chapel-like. It is particularly notable for its inscription, which is nearly unique in using quasi-medieval letters on quasi-medieval architecture. (Most Gothic monuments use plain “gothic” characters like the ones used in advertising signs of the era.)


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