List of pyramid mausoleums in North America

List of pyramid mausoleums in North America

This is a list of pyramid mausoleums in North America. This Egyptian Revival funerary architecture was generally an extravagance of American tycoons who wanted themselves remembered as long and as well as the ancient pharaohs.

Individuals and families

* Henry Bergh Pyramid Mausoleum, Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn, New York
* Bradbury Mausoleum, Mountain View Cemetery, Oakland California
* Leslie C. Brand, Brand Park, Glendale, California
* William Harry Brown Pyramid, Homewood Cemetery, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (1898-1899)
* Marcus Brown Pyramid, Oakhill Cemetery, Grand Rapids, Michigan
* Brunswig Mausoleum, Metairie Cemetery, New Orleans, Louisiana
* Confederate Memorial Pyramid, Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, Virginia
* Dorn Pyramid, Oddfellows Cemetery, San Luis Obispo, California
* Harms Family Mausoleum, Flower Hill Cemetery, New Jersey
* John Gunckel Monument, Woodlawn Cemetery (Toledo, Ohio), Toledo, Ohio
* Gwin Mausoleum, Mountain View Cemetery, Oakland California
* Mark Howard Pyramid, Cedar Hill Cemetery, Hartford, Connecticut
* George W. P. Hunt, Hunt's Tomb, Phoenix, Arizona
* Charles Debrille Poston, Poston Butte, Florence, Arizona
* Longstreet Mausoleum, Oakwood Cemetery, Syracuse, New York
* C.O.G. Miller Pyramid Mausoleum, Mountain View Cemetery, Oakland, California
* Sahlberg Pyramid, Santa Barbara Cemetery, Santa Barbara, California
* Schoenhofen Pyramid Mausoleum, Graceland Cemetery, Chicago, Illinois
* Dr. Ira Smith's Pyramid, Grace Episcopal Church Cemetery, St. Francisville, Louisiana
* Van Ness/Parsons Mausoleum, Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn, NY
* Vanderbilt family, Moravian Cemetery, Staten Island, NY

Known but unidentified

* Spring Grove Cemetery, Cincinnati, Ohio
* Rosedale Cemetery, Los Angeles, California
* Magnolia Cemetery, Charleston, South Carolina
* Mount Vernon Cemetery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
* Murphy City Cemetery, Murphy, North Carolina

Multiple burials

* Forest Lawn South, Miami, Florida

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