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27 October 2008

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Dane

I'm touched. :)

I would have thought Carnegie for the mausoleum; I'm surprised (well, not entirely, I guess, given his priorities in life) at the relatively humble marker.

Joe

The Carnegie marker was my favorite. They had a little private space set off slightly from the rest of the cemetery.

Cheryl

Was just looking through a biography of Walter P Chrysler, saw a photo of his mausoleum in Tarrytown and remembered that you had been there live and in person.

My column will be about Walter Chrysler next week. He's a Kansas boy, you know. :-)

Joe

He's a Kansas boy done good. I look forward to reading the column. Sorry the photo is so shadowy. Next time I'll go on a cloudy day.

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