Montrose
Cemetery

Chicago
Montrose Cemetery

Montrose Cemetery and Crematorium, dating from about the turn of the century, features several impressive black granite monuments of recent vintage as well as a few older memorials of interest. Its dominant feature is the neoclassical chapel and crematorium building.

Montrose also has several sections dedicated to particular ethnic groups, including Serbians and Japanese.

The cemetery is located on Pulaski north of Foster. To the south is St. Lucas Cemetery, and across the street is Bohemian National Cemetery.

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R.A. John

Iroquois Fire Monument

Pastor Lambrecht

Haffa Mausoleum

United Serbian Society Section

United Serbian Society: Ledgers

Japanese Pagoda

Chapel and Crematorium

Chapel and Crematorium, Side Portico

McCollum

Schultz

Amy Roth

Groh Mausoleum

Knab

Beutel

Bosko Dobobrov

King George Konovalov

Juliano Petrov

Familija Pavlov

United Serbian Society 1981

Japanese Garden

Japanese Mausoleum
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