The Eugene Masonic Cemetery, established in 1859 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places is the burial place of many notable Eugene residents. Our city's founder Eugene Skinner is buried here, and also the first governor of Oregon, John Whiteaker. Civil War veterans rest near the first Presidents of both the University of Oregon and the Northwest Christian College. Prominent family names like Chambers, Friendly, Condon, Collier, and McCornack are scattered throughout this beautiful wooded setting. Wiley Griffon, conductor of the mule-driven street car is also buried here. This is also an active, operating cemetery.
Eugene Masonic Cemetery official web site: www.eugenemasoniccemetery.org
The fourth photo above is of the Hope Abbey Mausoleum at Eugene's Masonic Cemetery, 25th Avenue and University Street. Scene shows unidentified couple standing in front of double entry doors; winged planet is carved beneath roof-line. Mausoleum was designed in Egyptian Revival style.