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Chapel Drawings

Acea Mausoleum (Lot 36444)

Agoglia Mausoleum (Lot 36080)

Arnold Mausoleum (Lot 36301)

Barthman Mausoleum (Lot 36491)

Fifth Avenue Entrance Renovations

Dewey Mausoleum (Lot 8612)

Doerschuck Mausoleum (Lot 36116)

Euler Mausoleum (Lot 36055)

Felzmann Mausoleum (Lot 37226)

Gould Mausoleum (Lot 36899)

Harder Mausoleum (Lot 34482)

Lingard Mausoleum (Lot 36008)

McAlpin Mausoleum (Lot 36767)

Polak Mausoleum (Lot 36449)

Reynolds Mausoleum (Lot 37363)

Ritzheimer Mausoleum (Lot 36837)

Rosanelli Mausoleum (Lot 36718)

Smallman Mausoluem (Lot 37057)

Sullivan Mausoleum (Lot 36388)

Texter Mausoleum (Lot 36456)

Torrio Mausoleum (Lot 36321)

Wesselman Mausoleum (Lot 36249)

Daly Mausoleum (Lots 20885-20889)

Columbarium

Wood Mausoleum (Lot 22813)

Tiefel Mausoleum (Lots 20237-20238)

Higgins Mausoleum (Lots 23554-23563)

Kampfe Mausoleum (Lot 30005)

Woolley Mausoleum (Lots 30253-30254)

Parsons Mausoluem (Lot 30279)

Bourne Mausoleum (Lots 30440-30446)

Griswold Vault (Lot 13241)

Arundell Osborne Mausoleum (Lots 32085-32806)

Brown Mausoleum (Lot 11922)

Lawrence Vault Addition (Lot 11251)

Stephens Mausoleum (Lot 2407)

Riley Mausoleum (Lot 2332)

Murdock Vault (Lots 1246-1247)

Goodnough Mausoleum (Lots 8016-8017)

Delafield Mausoleum (Lots 25-28 and 3977-3980)

Havemeyer Vault Addition (Lots 8174-8183)

Cutting Mausoleum (Lots 6612-6614)

Van Rensselaer Mausoleum (Lots 7001-7010)

Dunne Mausoleum (Lots 9063-9068)

Sands Mausoleum (Lot 10402)

Hapgood Mausoleum (Lot 10233)

Stevenson Mausoleum (Lot 10289)

Bahrenburg Mausoluem (Lot 13277)

Barclay Mausoleum (Lots 21250-21253)

Ludlum Mausoleum (Lot 8948-8949)

Howland Vault (Lots 3101-3128)

Gilbert Vault (Lots 3265 and 3602-3604)

Bromell Mausoleum (Lot 18901)

Do deAldama Mausoleum (Lots 19901-19902)

Parish Underground Vault (Lots 19925-19928)

Somers Mausoleum (Lot 3981)

Martin Vault (Lot 111)

Barrow Mausoleum (Lot 33251)

Horn Mausoleum (Lot 33284)

Grimsehl Mausoleum (Lot 35215)

Wiarda Mausoleum (Lot 35188)

Smith, Gladys Mausoleum (Lot 34598)

Steenken Mausoleum (Lot 34837)

Stober Mausoleum (Lot 35435)

Ponvert Mausoleum (Lot 34832)

Cromwell Mausoleum (Lot 35019)

Miller Mausoleum (Lot 35133)

Leonhard Mausoleum (Lot 35196)

Hyde Mausoleum (Lot 35117)

Durham Mausoleum (Lot 35305)

Bedford Mausoleum (Lot 34160)

Vatable Mausoleum (Lot 35315)

Reisenweber Mausoleum (Lot 35388)

Kuchler Mausoleum (Lot 35424)

Corbett Mausoleum (Lot 31678)

De Yoanna Mausoleum (Lot 35348)

Kohl Mausoleum (Lot 37615)

Entenman Mausoleum (Lot 37606)

Pfizer Mausoleum (Lot 37745)

Miner Mausoleum (Lot 37650)

Schoener Mausoleum (Lot 37665)

Clark Mausoleum (Lot 37571)

Hance Mausoleum (Lot 37391)

Heins Mausoleum (Lots 32237-32278)

Kiamie Mausoleum (Lot 32696)

Blossom Mausoleum (Lots 17140-17145)

W. Van R. Smith Mausoleum (Lot 31560)

Cordier Mausoleum (Lots 32398-32399)

Colyer Mausoleum (Lot 36276)

Kiralfy Mausoleum (Lots 35861 and 36283)

Chaffee Mausoleum (Lot 32839)

Gale Mausoleum (Lot 32945)

Muller Mausoleum (Lots 29924-29925)

Adrian H. Muller Vault (Lot 14210)

Anderson Mausoleum (Lot 35211)

Lord Mausoleum (Lots 19102-19107)

Soeller Mausoleum (Lot 27269)

Low Mausoleum (Lots 127-130 and 710-711)

Jenks Mausoleum (Lots 28003-28004)

Daland Mausoleum (Lot 25774)

Quinby Mausoleum (Lots 29378-29379)

Ranken Vault (Lot 24232)

Boocock Mausoleum (Lots 29731-29734)

Platt-Bliss Mausoleum (Lots 28844-28847)

Jones Vault (Lot 22783)

Corlies Vaults (Lots 21182-21183)

Luckenbach Mausoleum (Lot 28012)

Sturges Vault (Lots 29024-29027)

Fountain Lot (Lot 22594)

Browning Vault (Lots 21285-21288)

Kirkman Mausoleum (Lots 14669-14671)

Brucato Mausoleum (Lots 32551-32552)

Kassing Mausoleum (Lot 33484)

Wiley Vault and Monument (Lot 33623)

Rinelli-Guardino Mausoleum (Lot 33492)

Ehlers Mausoleum (Lot 33038)

Street Mausoleum (Lot 33234)

Michel Mausoluem (Lot 34047)

Robinson Mausoleum (Lot 33378)

Rudd Ward Mausoleum (Lot 33056)

Garrison Mausoleum (Lots 31418-31421)

Schumann Mausoleum (Lot 35654)

Morello Volta Guerino Mausoleum and Monument (Lot 33200)

Van Wagenen Card Mausoleum (Lots 65 and 33365)

Shepard Mausoleum (Lots 25940-25945)

Lemken Mausoleum (Lot 31104)

Rosencrans Mausoleum (Lot 31168)

Lachat Mausoleum (Lot 31632)

James Turner Tomb (Lot 31536)

Charles Feltman Mausoleum (Lots 32146-32149)

John J. Engeman Mausoleum (Lot 32775)

Parson Mausoleum (Lot 33451)

George H. Kendall, Esq. Mausoleum and Sarcophagus (Lot 15325)

Duckworth Mausoleum (Lot 32648)

White Mausoleum (Lot 31384)

English Mausoleum (Lots 31120-31123)

Maniscalco Mausoleum (Lot 32818)

Mrs. Henry F. Quast Mausoleum (Lot 32785)

Kratsch Mausoleum (Lot 32821)

Ahlstrom Mausoleum (Lot 33917)

Mathiesen Vault (Lots 32484-32485)

Greve Mausoleum (Lots 14777-14780)

Cooper & Hewitt Family Vault (Lot 3932)

Hidden, Webb, Raynolds, Stevens, Gardner Mausoleum (Lots 11306-11310)

Van Rennselaer Mausoleum (Lot 7001)

Daly Mausoleum (Lot 33572)

Witherbee-Peaslee Mausoleum (Lots 24807-24808)

Miner Mausoleum (Lot 29526)

Fletcher Mausoleum (Lot 28610)

Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of the City of New York (Lots 10776-10787)

Shaw Mausoleum (Lot 32739)

Hoagland Mausoleum (Lot 17341)

Nash Mausoleum (Lot 15978)

Hogan Plot (Lot 21502)

New York Volunteers Lot (Lots 13533-13536)

Low Vault (Lots 24290-24293)

Tartter Monument (Lots 25007-25012)

Ravenhall Plot (Lots 26516 and 29831)

Smith Plot (Lots 26675-26678)

Longman Mausoleum (Lots 30651-30654)

Wilson Mausoleum (Lots 29704-29705)

Joshua Jones Plot (Lots 18061 and 26300)

Volkening Mausoleum (Lots 30687-30688)

Lake-Baker Vault (Lots 30735-30738)

Ulmer Mausoleum (Lots 30842-30845)

Loster Mausoleum (Lots 32009-32012)

Cutting Bayard Mausoleum (Lots 6615-6617 and 7929-7931)

Seamans-Loomis Mausoleum (Lot 34425)

Adam Schulz Mausoleum (Lot 34137)

Napier Mausoleum (Lot 34337)

Kring Mausoleum (Lot 34276)

Huber-Schlachter Mausoleum (Lot 34423)

Monaco Mausoleum (Lot 33709)

Lambert Mausoleum (Lots 33782-33783)

Schmadeke Mausoleum (Lot 33473)

Wolf Mausoleum (Lot 34529)

Celona Lot (Lot 34547)

Chiarello Mausoleum (Lot 34748)

Scotch Presbyterian Church Lot (Lots 7677-7696)

Ogden Vault (Lots 7458-7465)

Tilton Mausoleum (Lot 7780)

Tag Mausoleum (Lots 18843-18846)

Trippe Lot (Lot 37962)

Clegg Lot (Lot 35762)

Brown Lot (Lots 33231-33233)

Walbridge Lot (Lot 32662)

Stoller Parker Mausoleum (Lots 32548-32549)

Knowlton Lot (Lot 34970)

Jones Lot (Lot 35129)

Metzgar Lot (Lot 8588)

Clayton Lot (Lot 33684)

Dimick Mausoleum (Lots 29200-29201)



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Architectural Drawings and Blueprints, c. 1880s-1990s | The Green-Wood Cemetery

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Title: Architectural Drawings and Blueprints, c. 1880s-1990sAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.

Predominant Dates:1910-1930s

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Subjects: A. Faranda and Son, Acea family, Agoglia family, Altar to Liberty: Minerva, Architectural Drawings, Architecture, Arnold, K.F., Arnold, N.B., Arnold family, Art nouveau (Architecture), Bahrenburg, John H., Bahrenburg family, Barclay family, Barrow, ME James T., Barrow family, Barthman family, Beaux-Arts architecture, Benisch Bros. Monumental Works, Blueprints, Bourne family, Bromell family, Brown, John W., Brown family, Buildings--Design and construction, C.E. Tayntor & Co., Cemeteries--New York (State)--New York--History, Cinerary urns, Colyer family, Cushman, Eugene, Cutting, James D.W., Cutting family, Daly, Margaret, Daly family, Davis Granite Co, Architects and Contractors, de Aldama family, DeLaCour and Ferrara, Delafield, Major Rich D., Delafield family, Dewey family, Doerschuck family, Dunne family, Egyptian revival (Architecture), Euler family, Farrington, Gould and Hoagland, Feitner, John, Felzmann family, Flagg, Ernest, Gilbert family, Goodnough family, Gothic revival (Architecture), Gould, J. R, Gould, James S., Gould family, Green-Wood Cemetery--New York, N.Y., Greve family, Griswold family, Hapgood family, Harder family, Harrison Granite Co., Havemeyer family, Heins and La Farge Architects, Higgins, Charles, Higgins family, Hillside architecture, Hoffman & Prochazka, Designers, Sculptors, and Builders, Horn, Alfred E., Horn family, Howland family, John Thatcher & Son, Kampfe family, Kenneth, W.D., Lawrence family, Lingard family, Ludlum, Emma R., Ludlum family, Martin, Robert, Martin family, Mausoleums, McAlpin family, Murdock family, Obelisks, Parish family, Parsons family, Penn Brass and Bronze Works, Pitbladdo Monumental Works, Polak family, Presbrey-Coykendall Company, Presbrey-Leland Monument Company, Renwick, Aspinwall, and Tucker, Reynolds family, Riley family, Ritzheimer family, Robinson, F. Delancey, Romanesque architecture, Rosanelli family, Ruckstull, F. W. (Fred Wellington), 1853-1942, Sands family, Sarcophagi, Sculpture and architecture, Sepulchral chapels, Sepulchral monuments, Victorian, Sepulchral monuments--New York (State)--New York, Sepulchral monuments--United States, Sepulchral monuments industry, Smallman, Thomas F., Smallman family, Somers family, Stephens, Annie W., Stephens, Benjamin F., Stephens family, Stevenson family, Stone, Gould, & Co, Designers and Builders, Sullivan, John W., Sullivan family, Texter family, Tiefel family, Tombs & sepulchral monuments, Torrio, Johnny, Torrio Family, Umberto Innocenti and Richard K. Webel, Landscape Architects, Underground architecture, Upjohn, Hobart, VanRensselaer family, Vaults (Sepulchral), W.F. Benedict & Son, W.W. Leland Co. Inc., Walsh, James F., Warren & Wetmore, Wesselman family, Wood family, Woolley family

Languages: English

Abstract

The Architectural Drawings and Blueprints collection contains over 150 separate series of mausoleum and vault designs, as well as blueprints for the design of the Green-Wood chapel and other historically significant buildings and monuments.

Scope and Contents of the Materials

The Architectural Drawings and Blueprints collection contains over 150 separate series of designs, each of which has one to around 20 individual drawings. Each series represents designs for a mausoleum or other architectural feature at Green-Wood Cemetery.

Most of the designs are for private family mausoleums, although the collection also includes blueprint materials for the historic Green-Wood chapel designed by Warren & Wetmore, alterations made to the Fifth Avenue gate, and plans for the mid-twentieth-century Columbarium. Other notable features in the collection include the Higgins mausoleum series, which contains photographs and early designs of the famous Battle Hill monument Altar to Liberty: Minerva by sculptor F. Wellington Ruxell. Many additional series may include more famous names in New York City history, such as those for the Cooper-Hewitt family and the Torrio family.

The majority of these drawings are printed on large blueprint paper, although there are a significant number of series that contain original drawings on tracing paper or drafting linen, as well as prints on Mylar, photocopy paper, or other reproduction materials. Many series also contain specifications documents—legal agreements between the architectural firm and the cemetery, which outline the plans, materials, and workman regulations for construction. In some cases, there is additional material, such as correspondence with lot owners and alternate mausoleum designs.

The collection’s dates range from the 1880s to the 1990s; the majority of the mausoleum designs were created between 1910 and 1930, at a time when it was widely popular among upper-class families to have a mausoleum or vault in which to inter their deceased relatives. Many architects of the time specialized in mausoleum design. Architectural firms that produced a large number of mausoleum designs in this collection include the Presbrey-Leland Monument Company, John Feitner Architects, and the Harrison Granite Company.

Researchers may wish to consult a specific series, which can give an interesting insight into the family in question, or they may wish to look at multiple series in the collection, in order to gain an example of the way construction and design aesthetics changed over time. The collection is a particularly valuable example of the way cemetery architecture developed in its golden years, particularly because many of the wealthiest and most prestigious New York families chose to be interred at Green-Wood.

The collection is currently stored in two locations—some material is in the Green-Wood archives, while many other blueprints are kept in the surveyor’s office of the administrative building. The container list has additional information on each item in this significant and highly variable collection, including notes on the date of designs, the architectural firm that created the drawings, and information on the size, condition, markings, and design features of each piece. All blueprint materials have been scanned and are digitally available; a preview of the image file is attached to each item. High-resolution images of each scan are available upon request.

The material is in varying condition, and embrittled drawings have been encapsulated in Mylar to ensure preservation.

The Green-Wood archives hold additional records acquired from the Presbrey-Leland Monument Company relating to Green-Wood Cemetery, and researchers may find it useful to consult this collection in conjunction with the Architectural Drawings and Blueprints.

Subject/Index Terms

A. Faranda and Son
Acea family
Agoglia family
Altar to Liberty: Minerva
Architectural Drawings
Architecture
Arnold, K.F.
Arnold, N.B.
Arnold family
Art nouveau (Architecture)
Bahrenburg, John H.
Bahrenburg family
Barclay family
Barrow, ME James T.
Barrow family
Barthman family
Beaux-Arts architecture
Benisch Bros. Monumental Works
Blueprints
Bourne family
Bromell family
Brown, John W.
Brown family
Buildings--Design and construction
C.E. Tayntor & Co.
Cemeteries--New York (State)--New York--History
Cinerary urns
Colyer family
Cushman, Eugene
Cutting, James D.W.
Cutting family
Daly, Margaret
Daly family
Davis Granite Co, Architects and Contractors
de Aldama family
DeLaCour and Ferrara
Delafield, Major Rich D.
Delafield family
Dewey family
Doerschuck family
Dunne family
Egyptian revival (Architecture)
Euler family
Farrington, Gould and Hoagland
Feitner, John
Felzmann family
Flagg, Ernest
Gilbert family
Goodnough family
Gothic revival (Architecture)
Gould, J. R
Gould, James S.
Gould family
Green-Wood Cemetery--New York, N.Y.
Greve family
Griswold family
Hapgood family
Harder family
Harrison Granite Co.
Havemeyer family
Heins and La Farge Architects
Higgins, Charles
Higgins family
Hillside architecture
Hoffman & Prochazka, Designers, Sculptors, and Builders
Horn, Alfred E.
Horn family
Howland family
John Thatcher & Son
Kampfe family
Kenneth, W.D.
Lawrence family
Lingard family
Ludlum, Emma R.
Ludlum family
Martin, Robert
Martin family
Mausoleums
McAlpin family
Murdock family
Obelisks
Parish family
Parsons family
Penn Brass and Bronze Works
Pitbladdo Monumental Works
Polak family
Presbrey-Coykendall Company
Presbrey-Leland Monument Company
Renwick, Aspinwall, and Tucker
Reynolds family
Riley family
Ritzheimer family
Robinson, F. Delancey
Romanesque architecture
Rosanelli family
Ruckstull, F. W. (Fred Wellington), 1853-1942
Sands family
Sarcophagi
Sculpture and architecture
Sepulchral chapels
Sepulchral monuments, Victorian
Sepulchral monuments--New York (State)--New York
Sepulchral monuments--United States
Sepulchral monuments industry
Smallman, Thomas F.
Smallman family
Somers family
Stephens, Annie W.
Stephens, Benjamin F.
Stephens family
Stevenson family
Stone, Gould, & Co, Designers and Builders
Sullivan, John W.
Sullivan family
Texter family
Tiefel family
Tombs & sepulchral monuments
Torrio, Johnny
Torrio Family
Umberto Innocenti and Richard K. Webel, Landscape Architects
Underground architecture
Upjohn, Hobart
VanRensselaer family
Vaults (Sepulchral)
W.F. Benedict & Son
W.W. Leland Co. Inc.
Walsh, James F.
Warren & Wetmore
Wesselman family
Wood family
Woolley family

Administrative Information

Repository: The Green-Wood Cemetery

Processing Information: Accession #: 018-2013


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[Series 1: Chapel Drawings],
[Series 2: Acea Mausoleum (Lot 36444)],
[Series 3: Agoglia Mausoleum (Lot 36080)],
[Series 4: Arnold Mausoleum (Lot 36301)],
[Series 5: Barthman Mausoleum (Lot 36491)],
[Series 6: Fifth Avenue Entrance Renovations],
[Series 7: Dewey Mausoleum (Lot 8612)],
[Series 8: Doerschuck Mausoleum (Lot 36116)],
[Series 9: Euler Mausoleum (Lot 36055)],
[Series 10: Felzmann Mausoleum (Lot 37226)],
[Series 11: Gould Mausoleum (Lot 36899)],
[Series 12: Harder Mausoleum (Lot 34482)],
[Series 13: Lingard Mausoleum (Lot 36008)],
[Series 14: McAlpin Mausoleum (Lot 36767)],
[Series 15: Polak Mausoleum (Lot 36449)],
[Series 16: Reynolds Mausoleum (Lot 37363)],
[Series 17: Ritzheimer Mausoleum (Lot 36837)],
[Series 18: Rosanelli Mausoleum (Lot 36718)],
[Series 19: Smallman Mausoluem (Lot 37057)],
[Series 20: Sullivan Mausoleum (Lot 36388)],
[Series 21: Texter Mausoleum (Lot 36456)],
[Series 22: Torrio Mausoleum (Lot 36321)],
[Series 23: Wesselman Mausoleum (Lot 36249)],
[Series 24: Daly Mausoleum (Lots 20885-20889)],
[Series 25: Columbarium],
[Series 26: Wood Mausoleum (Lot 22813)],
[Series 27: Tiefel Mausoleum (Lots 20237-20238)],
[Series 28: Higgins Mausoleum (Lots 23554-23563)],
[Series 29: Kampfe Mausoleum (Lot 30005)],
[Series 30: Woolley Mausoleum (Lots 30253-30254)],
[Series 31: Parsons Mausoluem (Lot 30279)],
[Series 32: Bourne Mausoleum (Lots 30440-30446)],
[Series 33: Griswold Vault (Lot 13241)],
[Series 34: Arundell Osborne Mausoleum (Lots 32085-32806)],
[Series 35: Brown Mausoleum (Lot 11922)],
[Series 36: Lawrence Vault Addition (Lot 11251)],
[Series 37: Stephens Mausoleum (Lot 2407)],
[Series 38: Riley Mausoleum (Lot 2332)],
[Series 39: Murdock Vault (Lots 1246-1247)],
[Series 40: Goodnough Mausoleum (Lots 8016-8017)],
[Series 41: Delafield Mausoleum (Lots 25-28 and 3977-3980)],
[Series 42: Havemeyer Vault Addition (Lots 8174-8183)],
[Series 43: Cutting Mausoleum (Lots 6612-6614)],
[Series 44: Van Rensselaer Mausoleum (Lots 7001-7010)],
[Series 45: Dunne Mausoleum (Lots 9063-9068)],
[Series 46: Sands Mausoleum (Lot 10402)],
[Series 47: Hapgood Mausoleum (Lot 10233)],
[Series 48: Stevenson Mausoleum (Lot 10289)],
[Series 49: Bahrenburg Mausoluem (Lot 13277)],
[Series 50: Barclay Mausoleum (Lots 21250-21253)],
[Series 51: Ludlum Mausoleum (Lot 8948-8949)],
[Series 52: Howland Vault (Lots 3101-3128)],
[Series 53: Gilbert Vault (Lots 3265 and 3602-3604)],
[Series 54: Bromell Mausoleum (Lot 18901)],
[Series 55: Do deAldama Mausoleum (Lots 19901-19902)],
[Series 56: Parish Underground Vault (Lots 19925-19928)],
[Series 57: Somers Mausoleum (Lot 3981)],
[Series 58: Martin Vault (Lot 111)],
[Series 59: Barrow Mausoleum (Lot 33251)],
[Series 60: Horn Mausoleum (Lot 33284)],
[Series 61: Grimsehl Mausoleum (Lot 35215)],
[Series 62: Wiarda Mausoleum (Lot 35188)],
[Series 63: Smith, Gladys Mausoleum (Lot 34598)],
[Series 64: Steenken Mausoleum (Lot 34837)],
[Series 65: Stober Mausoleum (Lot 35435)],
[Series 66: Ponvert Mausoleum (Lot 34832)],
[Series 67: Cromwell Mausoleum (Lot 35019)],
[Series 68: Miller Mausoleum (Lot 35133)],
[Series 69: Leonhard Mausoleum (Lot 35196)],
[Series 70: Hyde Mausoleum (Lot 35117)],
[Series 71: Durham Mausoleum (Lot 35305)],
[Series 72: Bedford Mausoleum (Lot 34160)],
[Series 73: Vatable Mausoleum (Lot 35315)],
[Series 74: Reisenweber Mausoleum (Lot 35388)],
[Series 75: Kuchler Mausoleum (Lot 35424)],
[Series 76: Corbett Mausoleum (Lot 31678)],
[Series 77: De Yoanna Mausoleum (Lot 35348)],
[Series 78: Kohl Mausoleum (Lot 37615)],
[Series 79: Entenman Mausoleum (Lot 37606)],
[Series 80: Pfizer Mausoleum (Lot 37745)],
[Series 81: Miner Mausoleum (Lot 37650)],
[Series 82: Schoener Mausoleum (Lot 37665)],
[Series 83: Clark Mausoleum (Lot 37571)],
[Series 84: Hance Mausoleum (Lot 37391)],
[Series 85: Heins Mausoleum (Lots 32237-32278)],
[Series 86: Kiamie Mausoleum (Lot 32696)],
[Series 87: Blossom Mausoleum (Lots 17140-17145)],
[Series 88: W. Van R. Smith Mausoleum (Lot 31560)],
[Series 89: Cordier Mausoleum (Lots 32398-32399)],
[Series 90: Colyer Mausoleum (Lot 36276)],
[Series 91: Kiralfy Mausoleum (Lots 35861 and 36283)],
[Series 92: Chaffee Mausoleum (Lot 32839)],
[Series 93: Gale Mausoleum (Lot 32945)],
[Series 94: Muller Mausoleum (Lots 29924-29925)],
[Series 95: Adrian H. Muller Vault (Lot 14210)],
[Series 96: Anderson Mausoleum (Lot 35211)],
[Series 97: Lord Mausoleum (Lots 19102-19107)],
[Series 98: Soeller Mausoleum (Lot 27269)],
[Series 99: Low Mausoleum (Lots 127-130 and 710-711)],
[Series 100: Jenks Mausoleum (Lots 28003-28004)],
[Series 101: Daland Mausoleum (Lot 25774)],
[Series 102: Quinby Mausoleum (Lots 29378-29379)],
[Series 103: Ranken Vault (Lot 24232)],
[Series 104: Boocock Mausoleum (Lots 29731-29734)],
[Series 105: Platt-Bliss Mausoleum (Lots 28844-28847)],
[Series 106: Jones Vault (Lot 22783)],
[Series 107: Corlies Vaults (Lots 21182-21183)],
[Series 108: Luckenbach Mausoleum (Lot 28012)],
[Series 109: Sturges Vault (Lots 29024-29027)],
[Series 110: Fountain Lot (Lot 22594)],
[Series 111: Browning Vault (Lots 21285-21288)],
[Series 112: Kirkman Mausoleum (Lots 14669-14671)],
[Series 113: Brucato Mausoleum (Lots 32551-32552)],
[Series 114: Kassing Mausoleum (Lot 33484)],
[Series 115: Wiley Vault and Monument (Lot 33623)],
[Series 116: Rinelli-Guardino Mausoleum (Lot 33492)],
[Series 117: Ehlers Mausoleum (Lot 33038)],
[Series 118: Street Mausoleum (Lot 33234)],
[Series 119: Michel Mausoluem (Lot 34047)],
[Series 120: Robinson Mausoleum (Lot 33378)],
[Series 121: Rudd Ward Mausoleum (Lot 33056)],
[Series 122: Garrison Mausoleum (Lots 31418-31421)],
[Series 123: Schumann Mausoleum (Lot 35654)],
[Series 124: Morello Volta Guerino Mausoleum and Monument (Lot 33200)],
[Series 125: Van Wagenen Card Mausoleum (Lots 65 and 33365)],
[Series 126: Shepard Mausoleum (Lots 25940-25945)],
[Series 127: Lemken Mausoleum (Lot 31104)],
[Series 128: Rosencrans Mausoleum (Lot 31168)],
[Series 129: Lachat Mausoleum (Lot 31632)],
[Series 130: James Turner Tomb (Lot 31536)],
[Series 131: Charles Feltman Mausoleum (Lots 32146-32149)],
[Series 132: John J. Engeman Mausoleum (Lot 32775)],
[Series 133: Parson Mausoleum (Lot 33451)],
[Series 134: George H. Kendall, Esq. Mausoleum and Sarcophagus (Lot 15325)],
[Series 135: Duckworth Mausoleum (Lot 32648)],
[Series 136: White Mausoleum (Lot 31384)],
[Series 137: English Mausoleum (Lots 31120-31123)],
[Series 138: Maniscalco Mausoleum (Lot 32818)],
[Series 139: Mrs. Henry F. Quast Mausoleum (Lot 32785)],
[Series 140: Kratsch Mausoleum (Lot 32821)],
[Series 141: Ahlstrom Mausoleum (Lot 33917)],
[Series 142: Mathiesen Vault (Lots 32484-32485)],
[Series 143: Greve Mausoleum (Lots 14777-14780)],
[Series 144: Cooper & Hewitt Family Vault (Lot 3932)],
[Series 145: Hidden, Webb, Raynolds, Stevens, Gardner Mausoleum (Lots 11306-11310)],
[Series 146: Van Rennselaer Mausoleum (Lot 7001)],
[Series 147: Daly Mausoleum (Lot 33572)],
[Series 148: Witherbee-Peaslee Mausoleum (Lots 24807-24808)],
[Series 149: Miner Mausoleum (Lot 29526)],
[Series 150: Fletcher Mausoleum (Lot 28610)],
[Series 151: Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of the City of New York (Lots 10776-10787)],
[Series 152: Shaw Mausoleum (Lot 32739)],
[Series 153: Hoagland Mausoleum (Lot 17341)],
[Series 154: Nash Mausoleum (Lot 15978)],
[Series 155: Hogan Plot (Lot 21502)],
[Series 156: New York Volunteers Lot (Lots 13533-13536)],
[Series 157: Low Vault (Lots 24290-24293)],
[Series 158: Tartter Monument (Lots 25007-25012)],
[Series 159: Ravenhall Plot (Lots 26516 and 29831)],
[Series 160: Smith Plot (Lots 26675-26678)],
[Series 161: Longman Mausoleum (Lots 30651-30654)],
[Series 162: Wilson Mausoleum (Lots 29704-29705)],
[Series 163: Joshua Jones Plot (Lots 18061 and 26300)],
[Series 164: Volkening Mausoleum (Lots 30687-30688)],
[Series 165: Lake-Baker Vault (Lots 30735-30738)],
[Series 166: Ulmer Mausoleum (Lots 30842-30845)],
[Series 167: Loster Mausoleum (Lots 32009-32012)],
[Series 168: Cutting Bayard Mausoleum (Lots 6615-6617 and 7929-7931)],
[Series 169: Seamans-Loomis Mausoleum (Lot 34425)],
[Series 170: Adam Schulz Mausoleum (Lot 34137)],
[Series 171: Napier Mausoleum (Lot 34337)],
[Series 172: Kring Mausoleum (Lot 34276)],
[Series 173: Huber-Schlachter Mausoleum (Lot 34423)],
[Series 174: Monaco Mausoleum (Lot 33709)],
[Series 175: Lambert Mausoleum (Lots 33782-33783)],
[Series 176: Schmadeke Mausoleum (Lot 33473)],
[Series 177: Wolf Mausoleum (Lot 34529)],
[Series 178: Celona Lot (Lot 34547)],
[Series 179: Chiarello Mausoleum (Lot 34748)],
[Series 180: Scotch Presbyterian Church Lot (Lots 7677-7696)],
[Series 181: Ogden Vault (Lots 7458-7465)],
[Series 182: Tilton Mausoleum (Lot 7780)],
[Series 183: Tag Mausoleum (Lots 18843-18846)],
[Series 184: Trippe Lot (Lot 37962)],
[Series 185: Clegg Lot (Lot 35762)],
[Series 186: Brown Lot (Lots 33231-33233)],
[Series 187: Walbridge Lot (Lot 32662)],
[Series 188: Stoller Parker Mausoleum (Lots 32548-32549)],
[Series 189: Knowlton Lot (Lot 34970)],
[Series 190: Jones Lot (Lot 35129)],
[Series 191: Metzgar Lot (Lot 8588)],
[Series 192: Clayton Lot (Lot 33684)],
[Series 193: Dimick Mausoleum (Lots 29200-29201)],
[All]

Series 40: Goodnough Mausoleum (Lots 8016-8017)Add to your cart.
The Goodnough mausoleum designs consist of four sets of drawings, each of which were previously bound into packets, and marked with the number of the set. Each set contains the standard range of elevation drawings, foundation and ground plans, and sectional drawings, the total comprising a complete design for this Greek chapel style mausoleum. The sets all vary slightly, and researchers may be interested in comparing the features of each in order to develop a sense of the mausoleum’s design and construction process. Some of the sets contain additional supplemental documentation; there is an unsigned specifications contract in set 1, and in set 2 there is a signed copy of the same document, along with a survey report, and photo of an art glass window. The designs were created by the architectural firm Farrington, Gould, and Hoagland, of 258 Broadway, New York City; on some of the drawings it is specifically denoted that the designs were created by J.R. Gould and W.D. Kenneth. Examples of the firm’s work may be found in many of the series in this collection. The drawings contain dates from 1920, and the signed contract is dated 1922; it is likely construction on the mausoleum began circa 1922-1923. There is an unusual supplemental note on the reverse of the contract, dated 1924 and signed by Annie F. Wallace, who commissioned the structure, in which she specifies provisions for reconstruction “in case the mausoleum now completed should be destroyed”. Further details on individual drawings may be found in the item level descriptions.
Folder 1: 29 Drawings, 4 Items of Correspondence, 1 PhotoAdd to your cart.
Location: Archives Drawer 3
Item A: Set 1: Front ElevationAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.

Scale: ¾” = 1’

Date: undated

Details: “2608” noted in lower right corner. “J.R. Gould & W.D. Kenneth Associate Architects”.

Size: 18” x 26”

Drawing Materials: Blueprint reproduction on paper.

Materials Noted: “Glass” noted in pane of front door.

Notes/Markings: None supplemental.

Condition: Embrittling along all edges; corners folded and weakened. Small tears along lower edge; small creases and wrinkling at center of lower edge. Small holes along upper edge from staple binding. Right edge faded, likely due to light exposure.

Style/Design Details: Greek chapel style building of roughly square proportions in elevation (similar height as width), with shallow pitched roof. Entrance door is flanked by two Doric columns; family name is inscribed or carved (specifications document calls for a raised carving) in architrave. Door is a wide single door with glass upper panel covered with bronze grillework. A single bronze pull is placed centrally below the window.

Item B: Set 1: Specifications DocumentAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.

Date: undated

Details: Five page (includes cover page) typewritten legal document, in packet bound with brass brads at top margin.

Size: 8 ½” x 13”

Drawing Materials: Typewritten on bond paper.

Materials Noted: Atlas Portland cement, Bronze, Pennsylvania ribbon slate, Barre Vermont granite, pink Tennessee marble.

Notes/Markings: On page two, in “Granite” section, “Victoria White” is crossed out in black ink and changed to “Barre Granite”.

Condition: Good overall. Lower edge wrinkled and damaged; front cover discolored and slightly dirtied.

Item C: Set 1: Specifications Document with Unsigned ContractAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.

Date: undated

Details: Four page typewritten legal document in packet bound with brass brads at top margin.

Size: 8 ½” x 13”

Drawing Materials: Linen paper.

Materials Noted: Atlas Portland cement, bronze, Pennsylvania ribbon slate, Barre Vermont granite, pink Tennessee marble.

Notes/Markings: None supplemental.

Condition: Good.

Item D: Set 1: Side ElevationAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.

Scale: ¾” = 1’

Date: undated

Details: “2608” noted in lower right corner.

Size: 18” x 26”

Drawing Materials: Blueprint reproduction on paper.

Materials Noted: None specified.

Notes/Markings: Several dimensions corrected: in black ink, the blocks of the second course of masonry are noted to be 9’ 5 ¾” instead of 9’ 8”, and 1’ 7” instead of 1’ 4 ¼”; in the foundation level masonry the frontmost block which is set halfway below grad is noted to increase in depth from 2’ 0” to 2’ 11”.

Condition: Embrittling along all edges; corners folded and weakened. Small tears along lower edge, particularly at center of lower edge. Small holes along upper edge from staple binding. Small creases and wrinkling along center of lower edge.

Style/Design Details: Four courses of rusticated ashlar masonry between base/plinth and architrave. Blocks of second and fourth courses span nearly the full length of the building. Plinth is less than half the height of a single course of masonry, at 10” (at front elevation), whereas masonry is 2’ tall per course.

Item E: Set 1: Rear ElevationAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.

Scale: ¾” = 1’

Date: undated

Details: “2608” noted in lower right corner.

Size: 18” x 26”

Drawing Materials: Blueprint reproduction on paper.

Materials Noted: None specified.

Notes/Markings: None supplemental.

Condition: Embrittling along all edges; corners folded and weakened. Small tears along lower edge, particularly at center of lower edge. Small holes along upper edge from staple binding. Lower corners folded and weakened; creases and wrinkling at center of lower edge.

Style/Design Details: Base of building rear elevation is roughly three feet below the front edge of base of building at front elevation. One window placed centrally at rear elevation, above second major course of masonry (counting four courses above front plinth/base level) and below architrave.

Item F: Set 1: Transverse SectionAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.

Scale: ¾” = 1’

Date: undated

Details: “2608” noted in lower right corner.

Size: 18” x 26”

Drawing Materials: Blueprint reproduction on paper.

Materials Noted: Materials key is noted along right margin: granite, marble, slate, brick, and concrete are noted. Art glass window in bronze frame and bronze ventilating rosettes.

Notes/Markings: In original, at roof level is noted: “Lewis and Block may be used to move bodies.”

Condition: Lower edge Embrittled, wrinkled, and folded, with small tears and wrinkling along lower central edge.

Style/Design Details: Roughly square, symmetrical design, with two catacombs at either side, art glass window placed centrally. Exterior edge of masonry is stepped outward, extending slightly over architrave belowroof line. Four catacombs in total.

Item G: Set 1: Longitudinal SectionAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.

Scale: ¾” = 1’

Date: undated

Details: “2608” noted in lower right corner.

Size: 18” x 26”

Drawing Materials: Blueprint reproduction on paper.

Materials Noted: Cast bronze rosettes, bronze doors, granite, marble, concrete.

Notes/Markings: None supplemental.

Condition: Embrittling along all edges; lower edge wrinkled and discolored. Folding and slight tears at upper edge. Small holes along upper edge from staple binding.

Style/Design Details: Two catacombs tall, marble panels above. Columns at front entrance 8’ tall, noted to be carved of one piece.

Item H: Set 1: General PlanAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.

Scale: ¾” = 1’

Date: undated

Details: “2608” noted in lower right corner.

Size: 18” x 26”

Drawing Materials: Blueprint reproduction on paper.

Materials Noted: Polished granite floor slab, top slate of catacomb, brick.

Notes/Markings: Corner piers at front elevation are indicated as separate masonry via lines in black ink; depth adjusted to 1’ 7” per note on left side.

Condition: Three inch tear near upper right corner. Lower edge wrinkled, warped, and Embrittled with discoloration on reverse. Lower left corner folded and weakened.

Style/Design Details: Two 8” square brick piers extend from top slate surface of catacombs to ceiling. Laterally symmetric design with exception of door, which latches at the right and swings to the left. Door is full width of occupiable interior floor space—no interior seat, etc., and relatively little room to stand—visiting is not privileged in the design over the permanent resting space.

Item I: Set 1: Plan for FoundationAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.

Scale: ¾” = 1’

Date: undated

Details: “Lot No. 8016-8017, Section No. 70, Greenwood Cemetery, Brooklyn, NY”. “2608” noted in lower right corner.

Size: 18” x 26”

Drawing Materials: Blueprint reproduction on paper.

Materials Noted: Concrete.

Notes/Markings: On reverse in pencil is noted “Goodnough 8016/7”.

Condition: Five inch tear from upper edge near right corner toward center. Lower corners folded and weakened. Embrittling along all edges. Small tears along edges.

Style/Design Details: Foundation is perfectly square at 12’ 10” per side. Three cavities denoted in plan—one central cavity larger in width at 3’ 1” and 7’ 8” long—side cavities are same length but 1’ 10 ½” wide.

Item J: Set 2: Specifications Document--Original Signed Contract, 1922 November 6Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Details: Six-page (including cover) typewritten legal document, in bound packet with pale blue linen paper as backing/binding; bound at top margin with two brass brads. Included with drawings marked as Set #2, which were originally bound with brass brads, and contained a piece of construction paper at the front of packet, with handwritten note in black ink: “From E.G. Pohle 86 Westville Ave, Caldwell NJ”; “Greenwood Cemetery Corp—Brooklyn, New York”. Noted on same front sheet in red pencil: “8016/7”.

Size: 8 ½” x 13” typewritten pages; 9” x 13 ½” including blue backing paper.

Drawing Materials: Roman bond paper; woven linen cover.

Materials Noted: Atlas Portland cement, bronze, Pennsylvania ribbon slate, barre Vermont granite, pink Tennessee marble.

Notes/Markings: Second page of document (not paginated, but immediately following cover page) contains a payment schedule and work schedule (Farrington, Gould, and Hoagland to be paid a total of $11,600). Second page signed by J.R. Gould, Prest.; W.B.R Hoeffner; Annie F. Wallace. Final page of document (numbered 4 but appearing as 6th page in packet) is signed by the same three parties, and dated in Annie F. Wallace’s hand: “November 6, 1922”. On reverse of packet are several notes in Annie F. Wallace’s hand. In pencil: “Contract for Goodnough Mausoleum”. In black ink: “These specifications, blueprints, inscriptions, etc. are for the assistance of my executors in case the mausoleum now completed should be destroyed. A.F.W. Feb 1, 1924”; “$15,000.00 being the maximum to cover entire cost.”

Condition: Relatively good.

Item K: Set 2: Front Elevation, 1920 August 13Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Scale: ¾” = 1’

Details: “2608” noted in lower right corner; “J.R. Gould & W.D. Kenneth Associate Architects.”

Size: 18” x 26”

Drawing Materials: Blueprint reproduction on paper.

Materials Noted: “Glass” noted in pane of front door.

Notes/Markings: Stamped and signed on original; reproduced in copy: “Approved Aug 13 1920 by W.E. Grassau Superintendent”.

Condition: Embrittling along all edges. Tear at center lower edge, portion of drawing is folded over at tear. Many small tears and folds along lower edge. Small holes along upper edge from staple and brad bindings. Three deep horizontal fold lines.

Style/Design Details: Greek chapel style building of nearly square proportions in elevation (similar height as width) with shallow pitched roof. Entrance is flanked by two Doric columns; family name is inscribed or carved (specifications document calls for a raised carving) in architrave. Door is a wide single door with glass upper panel covered with bronze grillework. A single bronze pull is placed centrally below the window.

Item L: Set 2: Side Elevation, 1920 August 13Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Scale: ¾” = 1’

Details: “2608” noted in lower right corner.

Size: 18” x 26”

Drawing Materials: Blueprint reproduction on paper.

Materials Noted: None specified.

Notes/Markings: Stamped and signed on original; reproduced in copy: “Approved Aug 13 1920 by W.E. Grassau Superintendent”. One dimension adjusted in black ink in second course of masonry—9’ 5” is corrected to 9’ 5 ¼”.

Condition: Embrittling along all edges. Tear at center lower edge. Two deep horizontal folds across drawing. Small tears along lower edge.

Style/Design Details: Four courses of rusticated ashlar masonry between base/plinth and architrave. Blocks of second and fourth courses span nearly the full length of the building, at 9’ 5 ¼”. Plinth /base course is less than half the height of a single course of masonry, at 10” (at front elevation) whereas masonry is 2’ tall per course.

Item M: Set 2: Rear Elevation, 1920 August 13Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Scale: ¾” = 1’

Details: “2608” noted in lower right corner.

Size: 18” x 26”

Drawing Materials: Blueprint reproduction on paper.

Materials Noted: None specified.

Notes/Markings: Stamped and signed on original; reproduced in copy: “Approved Aug 13 1920 by W.E. Grassau Superintendent”.

Condition: Embrittling along all edges. Tear at center lower edge. Three deep horizontal folds across drawing. Small tears along lower edge. Less pronounced vertical folds divide the drawing into fifths.

Style/Design Details: Base of building at rear elevation is roughly three feet below the front edge of base of building at front elevation. One window is placed centrally at rear elevation, above second major course of masonry (counting four courses total, above front plinth/base level) and below architrave.

Item N: Set 2: Transverse Section, 1920 August 13Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Scale: ¾” = 1’

Details: “2608” noted in lower right corner.

Size: 18” x 26”

Drawing Materials: Blueprint reproduction on paper.

Materials Noted: Materials key is noted along right margin: granite, marble, slate, brick, concrete. Art glass window and bronze ventilating rosettes.

Notes/Markings: In original, at roof level is noted: “Lewis and Block may be used to move bodies.”

Condition: Lower edge embrittled and torn; right edge has many small tears and folds. Two deep horizontal folds across drawing; four less pronounced vertical folds. One inch tear at center of lower edge.

Style/Design Details: Roughly square, symmetrical design, with two catacombs at either side. Art glass window placed centrally. Exterior edge of masonry is stepped outward near the roofline, extending slightly over architrave below roofline.  Four catacombs in total.

Item O: Set 2: Longitudinal SectionAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.

Scale: ¾” = 1’

Date: undated

Details: “2608” stamped in lower right corner. Original signed “Grassau”.

Size: 18” x 26”

Drawing Materials: Blueprint reproduction on paper.

Materials Noted: Cast bronze rosettes, bronze doors, granite, marble, concrete.

Notes/Markings: None supplemental.

Condition: Embrittling along all edges; lower edge has slightly larger tears. One inch tear at center of lower edge. Two deep horizontal folds across drawing; four less pronounced vertical folds. Drawing is wrinkled overall.

Style/Design Details: Two catacombs stacked; marble panels above. Columns at front entrance are 8’ tall, noted to be carved in one piece.

Item P: Set 2: General Plan, 1920 August 13Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Scale: ¾” = 1’

Details: “2608” stamped in lower right corner; original signed by W.C. Grassau.

Size: 18” x 26”

Drawing Materials: Blueprint reproduction on paper.

Materials Noted: Polished granite floor slab, top slate of catacomb, brick.

Notes/Markings: Corner piers at front elevation are indicated as separate masonry, in contradiction with earlier drawing set. (This set is thus more recent.)

Condition: All edges embrittled; one inch tear at center of lower edge. Two deep horizontal folds across drawing; four less pronounced vertical folds.

Style/Design Details: Two 8” square brick piers are indicated to extend from top slate surface of catacombs to ceiling. Laterally symmetric design, with exception of door, which latches at the right and swings open to the left. Door is full width of occupiable interior floorspace—no interior seat, etc., and relatively little room to stand—visiting is not privileged in the design over the permanent resting space.

Item Q: Set 2: Plan for Foundation, 1920 August 13Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Scale: ¾” = 1’

Details: “2608” stamped in lower right corner. Original signed by W.C. Grassau. Noted along lower edge: “Lot No. 8016-8017, Section No. 70, Greenwood Cemetery, Brooklyn, NY.”

Size: 18” x 26”

Drawing Materials: Blueprint reproduction on paper.

Materials Noted: Concrete.

Notes/Markings: On reverse in black ink: “Inscriptions on catacombs. Annie Frances Goodnough/ Beloved Daughter of Rev. Alfred E. & Annie F. Goodnough/ 1881-1920/ I have always tried to be fair./ Rev. Alfred Everett Goodnough/ 1855-1888/ Pastor of the First Unitarian Society/ He went about doing good.

Condition: Lower left corner cut (with scissors or blade) and missing, just below and in line with inscription notes above. Horizontal holds are discolored and weakened on reverse, with holes forming at all junctions of horizontal and vertical folds. Embrittling along all edges; small tears along bottom.

Style/Design Details: Perfectly square at 12’ 10” each side.

Item R: Set 2: Survey Report, 1920 July 16Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Details: The front of this paper contains information regarding the lot and section numbers, name of lot owner, and lot size, plus a diagram of the lot and its relative dimensions. The back has an outline of the circular lot in relation to two nearby lots.

Drawing Materials: Ink on paper.

Condition: There is a crease down the left side and a brad hole in the upper left corner.

Item S: Set 2: Art Glass Photo with Note from Mrs. WallaceAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.

Details: The photograph of the stained-glass window is black and white. The note from Mrs. Wallace describes the subject of the window, lists the name and address of the person who made it, and states the final price of the window. It is initialed A.F.W.

Condition: The note is slightly stained around the edges and the photo is in good condition.

Item T: Set 3: Front Elevation, 1920 August 13Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Scale: ¾” = 1’

Details: “2608” noted in lower right corner; “J.R. Gould & W.D. Kenneth Associate Architects.” Original signed by W.C. Grassau, Superintendent.

Size: 18” x 26”

Drawing Materials: Blueprint reproduction on paper.

Materials Noted: “Glass” noted in pane of front door.

Notes/Markings: None supplemental.

Condition: Embrittling along all edges; lower edge particularly damaged. Tears at center of lower edge; folded and wrinkled around tears. Discolored on revers, particularly at lower edge. Horizontal band of discoloration near upper edge.

Style/Design Details: Greek chapel style building of roughly square proportions (similar height as width) with shallow pitched roof. Entrance is flanked by two Doric columns. Family name is inscribed or carved (specifications document calls for a raised carving) in architrave. Door is a wide single door with glass upper panel covered with bronze grillework. A single bronze pull is placed centrally below the window.

Item U: Set 3: Side Elevation, 1920 August 13Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Scale: ¾” = 1’

Details: “2608” noted in lower right corner. Original signed by W.C. Grassau.

Size: 18” x 26”

Drawing Materials: Blueprint reproduction on paper.

Materials Noted: None specified.

Notes/Markings: None supplemental. (Dimensions are the same as corrected dimensions of earlier drawing.)

Condition: Embrittling along all edges. Lower edge has small tears and folds, with wrinkling extending from tears on lower edge. Right edge slightly faded.

Style/Design Details: Four courses of rusticated ashlar masonry between base/plinth and architrave. Blocks of second and fourth courses span nearly the full length of building. Plinth is less than half the height of a single course of masonry, at 10” (at front elevation) whereas masonry is 2’ tall per course. Additional 2’ deep course of masonry below plinth level; lower grade level at rear of building.

Item V: Set 3: Rear Elevation, 1920 August 13Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Scale: ¾” = 1’

Details: “2608” noted in lower right corner. Original signed by W.C. Grassau.

Size: 18” x 26”

Drawing Materials: Blueprint reproduction on paper.

Materials Noted: None specified.

Notes/Markings: None supplemental.

Condition: Embrittling along all edges; small tears and discoloration along lower edge. Wrinkling and slight warping at lower edge and upward.

Style/Design Details: Base of building at rear elevation is roughly three feet below the front edge of base of building at front elevation. One window is placed centrally at rear elevation, above second major course of masonry (counting four courses total, above front plinth/base level) and below architrave.

Item W: Set 3: Transverse Section, 1920 August 13Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Scale: ¾” = 1’

Details: “2608” noted in lower right corner. Original signed by W.C. Grassau.

Size: 18” x 26”

Drawing Materials: Blueprint reproduction on paper.

Materials Noted: Materials key is noted along right margin: granite, marble, slate, brick, concrete. Art glass window and bronze ventilating rosettes.

Notes/Markings: In original, at roof level is noted: “Lewis and Block may be used to move bodies.”

Condition: Lower edge wrinkled and warped with small tears. Embrittling along all edges. Discoloration on reverse along edges.

Style/Design Details: Roughly square, symmetrical design, with two catacombs at either side. Art glass window placed centrally. Exterior edge of masonry is stepped outward as it approaches the roofline, extending slightly over architrave below roofline.  Four catacombs in total.

Item X: Set 3: Longitudinal Section, 1920 August 13Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Scale: ¾” = 1’

Details: “2608” stamped in lower right corner. Original signed by W. C. Grassau.

Size: 18” x 26”

Drawing Materials: Blueprint reproduction on paper.

Materials Noted: Cast bronze rosettes, bronze doors, granite, marble, concrete.

Notes/Markings: In pencil is noted: “3’ 0”” along masonry of rear elevation at foundation level.

Condition: Lower edge wrinkled and warped with small tears and folds. Embrittling along all edges. Slight white stains along left margin, as if from blueprint developing process.

Style/Design Details: Two catacombs tall; marble panels above. Columns at front entrance are 8’ tall, noted to be carved in one piece.

Item Y: Set 3: Plan for Foundation, 1920 August 13Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Scale: ¾” = 1’

Details: “Lot No. 8016-8017, Section No. 70, Greenwood Cemetery, Brooklyn, NY”. “2608” stamped in lower right corner. Original signed by W.C. Grassau, superintendent.

Size: 18” x 26”

Drawing Materials: Blueprint reproduction on paper.

Materials Noted: Concrete.

Notes/Markings: On reverse in pencil is noted: “Goodnough 8016/7”; in another hand: “Goodnough Vault” and “6”. In red pencil: “2608”. In black ink: “Goodnough”.

Condition: Embrittling and discoloration along all edges. Reverse is smudged and discolored, particularly at lower portion. Small tears along edges, especially left edge and at center of lower edge. Three small holes along upper edge—has been detached from stapled packet.

Style/Design Details: Foundation is perfectly square at 12’ 10” each side. Three cavities denoted in plan—one central cavity larger in width at 3’ 1” and 7’ 8” long; side cavities are same length but 1’ 10 ½” wide.

Item Z: Set 3: General Plan, 1920 August 13Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Scale: ¾” = 1’

Details: “2608” stamped in lower right corner; original signed by W.C. Grassau.

Size: 18” x 26”

Drawing Materials: Blueprint reproduction on paper.

Materials Noted: Polished granite floor slab, top slate of catacomb, brick.

Notes/Markings: Corner piers at front elevation are indicated as separate masonry, in contradiction with earlier drawing set. (This set is thus more recent.) On reverse in pencil is noted: “Goodnough 8016”.

Condition: Embrittling at all edges, discoloration at edges on reverse. Small tears, wrinkling, and warping.

Style/Design Details: Two 8” square brick piers are indicated to extend from top slate surface of catacombs to ceiling. Laterally symmetric design, with exception of door, which latches at the right and swings open to the left. Door is full width of occupiable interior floorspace—no interior seat, etc., and relatively little room to stand—visiting is not privileged in the design over the permanent resting space.

Item AA: Set 4: Front Elevation, 1920 August 13Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Scale: ¾” = 1’

Details: “2608” noted in lower right corner. Original signed by W.C. Grassau, superintendent. “J.R. Gould and W.D. Kenneth Associate Architects”.

Size: 18” x 26”

Drawing Materials: Blueprint reproduction on paper.

Materials Noted: “Glass” is noted in upper panel of front door.

Notes/Markings: None supplemental.

Condition: Embrittling along all edges; several small tears along lower edge. Two deep fold marks across drawing packet: one vertical; one horizontal.

Style/Design Details: Greek chapel style building of roughly square proportions (similar height as width), with shallow pitched roof. Entrance door is flanked by two Doric columns. Family name is inscribed or carved (specifications document calls for a raised carving) in architrave. Door is a wide single door with glass upper panel covered in bronze grillework. A single bronze pull is placed centrally below the window.

Item BB: Set 4: Rear Elevation, 1920 August 13Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Scale: ¾” = 1’

Details: “2608” noted in lower right corner; original signed by W.C. Grassau.

Size: 18” x 26”

Drawing Materials: Blueprint reproduction on paper.

Materials Noted: None specified.

Notes/Markings: None supplemental. Dimensions are the same as corrected dimensions of earlier drawings.

Condition: Embrittling along all edges. Small tears particularly along right edge. Two deep folds across drawing packet—one vertical; one horizontal.

Style/Design Details: Base of building at rear elevation is roughly three feet below the front edge of base of building at front elevation. One window placed centrally at rear elevation, above second major course of masonry (counting four courses above front plinth/base level) and below architrave.

Item CC: Set 4: Side Elevation, 1920 August 13Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Scale: ¾” = 1’

Details: “2608” noted in lower right corner. Original signed by W.C. Grassau.

Size: 18” x 26”

Drawing Materials: Blueprint reproduction on paper.

Materials Noted: None specified.

Notes/Markings: In second course of masonry above base, “¼”” is noted over the printed measurement of 9’ 5 ¼”.

Condition: Embrittling along all edges. Left edge especially has small tears. Two deep creases—one vertical, one horizontal—which warp the drawing.

Style/Design Details: Four courses of rusticated ashlar masonry between base/plinth and architrave. Blocks of second and fourth courses span nearly the full length of building. Plinth is less than half the height of a single course of masonry, at 10” (at front elevation) whereas masonry is 2’ tall per course. Additional 2’ deep course of masonry below plinth level; lower grade level at rear of building.

Item DD: Set 4: Longitudinal Section, 1920 August 13Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Scale: ¾” = 1’

Details: “2608” stamped in lower right corner. Original signed by W.C. Grassau.

Size: 18” x 26”

Drawing Materials: Blueprint reproduction on paper.

Materials Noted: Cast bronze rosettes, bronze doors, granite, marble, concrete.

Notes/Markings: In pencil several dimensions are corrected or added, including 8’ 8” as width of wall from ends of catacomb, etc.

Condition: Embrittling along all edges. Left edge has several small tears, with one larger near midpoint. Two deep creases—one vertical, one horizontal—across drawing. Slight white staining at lower left corner, as if from blueprint developing process.

Style/Design Details: Two catacombs tall, marble panels above. Columns at front entrance are 8’ tall, noted to be carved of one piece.

Item EE: Set 4: Plan for Foundation, 1920 August 13Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Scale: ¾” = 1’

Details: “Lot No. 8016-8017, Section No. 70, Greenwood Cemetery, Brooklyn, NY”. “2608” noted in lower right corner. Original signed by W.C. Grassau, superintendent.

Size: 18” x 26”

Drawing Materials: Blueprint reproduction on paper.

Materials Noted: Concrete.

Notes/Markings: On reverse in black pen is a list of monetary figures: “Lot 5000, Window 700, Door 445, Building 11600, Plans 100, Foundation 1000 = 18845 + 1155 (Extras moorings & reinterments & receiving vault & new caskets &c.) = $20,000”

Condition: Embrittling along all edges. Left edge has several small tears, and one larger tear near midpoint. Several small holes near the center of drawing. Reverse of drawing is discolored, especially lower half which is particularly browned.

Style/Design Details: Foundation is perfectly square at 12’ 10” per side. Three cavities denoted in plan—one central cavity larger in width at 3’ 1” and 7’ 8” long; side cavities are same length but 1’ 10 ½” wide.

Item FF: Set 4: General Plan, 1920 August 13Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Scale: ¾” = 1’

Details: “2608” stamped in lower right corner. Original signed by W.C. Grassau.

Size: 18” x 26”

Drawing Materials: Blueprint reproduction on paper.

Materials Noted: Polished granite floor slab, top slate of catacomb, brick.

Notes/Markings: Corner piers at front elevation are indicated as separate masonry (in contradiction to earlier drawing set—thus this set is more recent).

Condition: Small vertical holes along top edge from brads—was detached from set. Embrittling along all edges, especially lower edge.

Style/Design Details: Two 8” square brick piers are indicated to extend from top slate surface of catacombs to ceiling. Laterally symmetric design, with exception of door, which latches at the right and swings open to the left. Door is full width of occupiable interior floor space—no interior seat, etc., and relatively little room to stand—in other words, visiting is not privileged in the design over permanent resting space.

Item GG: Set 4: Transverse Section, 1920 August 13Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Scale: ¾” = 1’

Details: “2608” stamped in lower right corner. Original signed by W.C. Grassau.

Size: 18” x 26”

Drawing Materials: Blueprint reproduction on paper.

Materials Noted: Materials key is included along right margin: granite, marble, slate, brick, concrete. Art glass window and bronze ventilating rosettes.

Notes/Markings: In original, at roof level, is noted: “Lewis and Black may be used to move bodies.”

Condition: Embrittling along all edges. Upper right and lower left corners are folded with small tears. Large 4” tear at center of top edge. 3” tear at lower edge repaired on reverse with archival tape.

Style/Design Details: Roughly square, symmetrical design, with two catacombs at either side; art glass window placed centrally. Exterior edge of masonry is stepped outward as it approaches roofline, extending slightly over architrave below roofline. Four catacombs in total.


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