Rosehill Cemetery as his family's final resting place.
exedra. The crypt has the appearance of a small Greek Temple. It is rectangular in plan and topped with classical pediments at the front, back and sides. The entry is finely detailed with recessed ionic columns topped by carefully carved laurel wreaths. Much attention was given to the detail of the bronze doors with a filigree of giant palms. The doors were fabricated by Winslow Brothers Co. of Chicago.
The exedra is a low curved platform in front of the crypt structure. It is flanked by two low pedestals that were platforms for decorative urns.