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Hope Abbey fell into a desperate state of disrepair over the years.  However, when ownership passed to the non-profit Eugene Masonic Cemetery Association, a program of restoration was undertaken.  Although restoration is ongoing, the Abbey is once again a beautiful place.
Columbia Cemetery, Columbia, Missouri
Columbia Cemetery, Columbia, Missouri
Columbia Cemetery, Columbia, Missouri
Columbia Cemetery, Columbia, Missouri
More of the elaborate design on the front gate to the McCord mausoleum  The design of this mausoleum is very sleek but elaborate.
Door design, Egyptian in nature, on one of the front doors to the McCord mausoleum.
The sun shining in the red glass window above the door of the Catlett mausoleum casts a red light and a masonic symbol shadow on the concrete "casket".
Jacob Geiger mausoleum/tombstone.  Possibly the most elaborate of the mausoleums on "mausoleum row".
"Mausoleum Row" looking back towards the front gate of Mt Mora, established in 1851.  The Burgess mausoleum is on the right. Edited with "negative" setting.
A stain glass window in the Crowther mausoleum as viewed through the glass window on the opposite side.  The blurred subtle lines in the foreground are left from part of the window being broken out.  It provided me a chance to see the opposing window with the sun shining through.  Jan. 22, 2009
Collins mausoleum, with beautiful barred gate and domed roof.  Matching urns on either side of the steps.
Machpelah Cemetery  Lexington, Missouri  Jan. 17, 2009
Machpelah Cemetery  Lexington, Missouri  Jan. 17, 2009
Machpelah Cemetery  Lexington, Missouri  Jan. 17, 2009  Iron fence around a family plot.
Hope Abbey fell into a desperate state of disrepair over the years. However, when ownership passed to the non-profit Eugene Masonic Cemetery Association, a program of restoration was undertaken. Although restoration is ongoing, the Abbey is once again a beautiful place.

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Hope Abbey fell into a desperate state of disrepair over the years.  However, when ownership passed to the non-profit Eugene Masonic Cemetery Association, a program of restoration was undertaken.  Although restoration is ongoing, the Abbey is once again a beautiful place.
Hope Abbey fell into a desperate state of disrepair over the years. However, when ownership passed to the non-profit Eugene Masonic Cemetery Association, a program of restoration was undertaken. Although restoration is ongoing, the Abbey is once again a beautiful place.

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