It’s not easy to find Robert Moses’ crypt, because even though it is marked on Woodlawn Cemetery’s map, it is only one unassuming marble plaque amongst many others in the Van Cortlandt Community Mausoleums. (Too bad his other monuments in the city were not so unassuming.) But, if you look in the Elm Court, you can gaze on the final resting place of the man who changed the face of New York City in the mid-20th Century
The beautiful court in another nearby community mausoleum.
One of the Cemtery’s Great Trees, an Eastern White Pine. Sadly, the nearby Weeping Pendant Silver Linden was destroyed by Superstorm Sandy in October 2012.