R. H. White Mausoleum erected in Stone Farm section
As the new Stone Farm area was laid out in the 1870’s the plans evolved from a rigid grid to a design of gently curving roads and paths. The new plan provided for a few dramatic focal points. The R.H. White mausoleum, designed by architect Willard T. Sears in 1900 was built by a prominent Boston department store owner in one of these special places.
Top Image: R.H. White Mausoleum, Eagle Avenue, ca. 1910