Category Archives: Homewood Cemetery

The final address of East End robber barons, and a cemetery whose mausoleums and monuments show the much-remarked equalizing power of death to be a bit less equalizing than our poets would have it.

Brooks Mausoleum, Homewood Cemetery

A typical Doric cube of the early twentieth century. The stained glass is rather good. Charles A. Brooks was interred here in 1906, and Anna Cloyde Woodward Brooks in 1931; according to cemetery records, they are the only residents.