Junker-Duvall Mausoleum, Homewood Cemetery

A severely plain structure, almost like a quick sketch of a classical mausoleum; it is most notable for the stained-glass riot of symbols inside, including a floating eye that is disturbingly naturalistic. The mausoleum seems to have been built in 1921, when it received the remains of several Junkers and Duvalls.

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