Faced with the increasing amount of pre-need sales, the long-term availability of space at Mayfield was diminishing. Therefore, the difficult decision was made to limit future sale of burial lots and to release them solely to members of Anshe Chesed Fairmount Temple, and The Temple-Tifereth Israel. In addition, after years of trying to purchase additional land to the north it became apparent that it was simply not going to happen. Therefore, the renowned architectural firm of Lovell and Lovell along with local architect Charles Coleman, were hired to design the stunning structure – the mausoleum.
Click here to read the article published in January, 1932 in Throvgh the Ages, a monthly publication, trade journal featuring the design of the mausoleum.