1. New York City Cemeteries:
Woodlawn Cemetery (2)Webster Avenue at East 233rd Sreet, the Bronx
"If you want to study New York City’s architecture, forget about craning your neck dodging taxicabs. Just hop on the Number 4 subway north towards the Bronx and sit down and relax. The last station is poetically positioned at the Jerome Avenue entrance to Woodlawn Cemetery - it’s the end of the line. Woodlawn’s 1,300 plus mausoleums are a study in almost every architectural style ever since there was architecture . Indeed, there is no better collection and condensation of architecture styles anywhere in the United States, and maybe the entire world."
Map: Atlas of the borough of the Bronx, city of New York (1901)
Text: Stories in Stone New York : A field guide to New York City area cemeteries & their residents 

    New York City Cemeteries:

    Woodlawn Cemetery (2)
    Webster Avenue at East 233rd Sreet, the Bronx

    "If you want to study New York City’s architecture, forget about craning your neck dodging taxicabs. Just hop on the Number 4 subway north towards the Bronx and sit down and relax. The last station is poetically positioned at the Jerome Avenue entrance to Woodlawn Cemetery - it’s the end of the line. Woodlawn’s 1,300 plus mausoleums are a study in almost every architectural style ever since there was architecture . Indeed, there is no better collection and condensation of architecture styles anywhere in the United States, and maybe the entire world."

    Map: Atlas of the borough of the Bronx, city of New York (1901)

    Text: Stories in Stone New York : A field guide to New York City area cemeteries & their residents