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Acacia Park Cemetery and Mausoleum is a mid-sized cemetery with a Masonic design, located at 7800 W. Irving Park Road in Chicago. To its south, across Irving Park Road, is Irving Park Cemtery. On the north side, Acacia Park adjoins Westlawn Cemetery; the gates in the fence dividing Acacia Park and Westlawn are usually open, and one may pass freely between them.

Acacia Park Cemetery has a very symmetrical and orderly design. There are two entrances along the south perimiter. A short distance north of each entrance is a small hill, each topped with a statue and obelisk bearing the Masonic symbol. Between the obelisks is a recessed garden leading to a beautiful classical mausoleum - one of the finest in the Chicago area.

 

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East Entrance and Obelisk

Southeast Entrance

Obelisk (East)

Ronald Olson

East Obelisk Statue

Office
Columbarium and Crematorium

Columbarium

Columbarium Interior

Columbarium Table

Columbarium Chapel

Crematory Equipment

Columbarium

Fountain
West Obelisk

Capt. Herman Schuenemann

West Driveway

West Obelisk

West Statue

Masonic Symbol

Map
Mausoleum Garden

Mausoleum Garden

Mausoleum and Fountain

Garden Crypts

Acacia Mausoleum

Gazebo
Acacia Mausoleum (Lower Level)

New Section

Marble Walls

Masonic Corridor

Order of the Eastern Star

Mike Royko

New Columbarium Section

twin rooms

Columbarium Wall

Goebel-Ehler

Dark area

Columns

Proceeding south.

Under Entrance

Capital

Plants

Stairs
Acacia Mausoleum (Upper Level)

Marble Desk

Acacia Mausoleum Chapel

Side Corridor

Shield

Gothic

God Is Our Life

Joseph

open room

Chapel: Columns

Dais

Throne

Chapel Burial Chamber

Albert Hyatt

Elevator door

Alvah Roebuck

Chapel Ceiling

Entry Hall

Hayes

Hayes

Looking Inwards

Formaneck

Front Doors

Street Lightfoot

Dedication

Acacia Mausoleum
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