Cleveland Avenue Gatehouse
In accordance with Henry Shaw's will, the Cleveland Avenue Gatehouse was constructed in 1895 as a residence for the Mausoleum groundskeeper. The Board of Trustees thought the gate would also allow overflow admission to crowds, although it was never used for this purpose. Various employees lived here through the 20th century. The gatehouse is now closed to the public, awaiting restoration. Architect: George I. Barnett, who also designed the Linnean House, Tower Grove House, and Shaw's town house, now part of the Shoenberg Administration Building.