Abstract

The Wade Chapel in Lakeview Cemetery was built as a monument to Jeptha. H. Wade by his grandson in 1901. The chapel was used as a receiving vault and service chapel and is open to the public for visits or to schedule services (including weddings and other events). The Greek temple design houses the interior by Tiffany featuring a window and side wall glass mosaics produced in New York and shipped to Cleveland during its construction. A detailed description of the interior art and the chapel's use is provided by Wayne Bifano and Mary Krohmer of Lakeview Cemetery.

Creator

Bifano, Wayne (interviewee); Krohmer, Mary (interviewee)

Creator

Lanese, James (interviewer); Valore, Kenneth (interviewer)

Project

Sacred Landmarks

Date

8-9-2011

Document Type

Oral History

Duration

47 minutes

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