Grant's Tomb Gallery - Page 1
This front view of the tomb is just as great as the views from any other side. Sign indicating this as a National Memorial
Located on Riverside Drive around 122nd Street, Grants Tomb exists as a memorial to the Great Civil War General and the 18th US President, Ulysses S. Grant. Known to be one of the largest mausoleums in the world work on this grand structure took place from 1892 to 1897.

Photo taken from Riverside Drive Another photo taken at a distance from Grants Tomb
Photos taken along Riverside Drive show Riverside Church and the dome of Grants Tomb.
It's estimated that a record 1 million people showed up for General Grant's funeral which took place on August 8, 1885. General Grant himself had said that he preferred to be buried either in St. Louis, Mo, Galena, Ill or New York City and insisted that a place be reserved by his side for his wife Julia.
Immediately following his death, New York Mayor William Grace offered the family a burial site in NYC with the assurance that Mrs. Grant could be interred beside her husband.
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