Clark Mausoleum

William Andrews Clark Jr.
March 29, 1877–June 14, 1934

The mausoleum of William A. Clark, founder of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, sits on an island in the middle of a pond. The elegant Classical Revival family mausoleum was built in 1920, well before his death in 1934. It was constructed of Georgia marble and was designated the most beautiful monument constructed between 1925 and 1928 by the Architectural Society of America.
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