McKay Mausoleum, Homewood Cemetery

A somewhat unusual interpretation of the Egyptian temple, though it does not abandon the three requisites: sloping sides, lotus columns, winged scarab. The front is a very close scale model of the front of Trajan’s Kiosk at Philae (now moved to Agilkia Island) in Egypt.

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