River Bend Cemetery Mausoleum

Babcock-Smith House Museum
124 Granite Street
Westerly, RI   02891

Coduri Mausoleum

The Coduri mausoleum was produced by the Joseph Coduri Granite Company in 1938 with stock from the Sullivan Granite Company. The front of the mausoleum is guarded by two lions, one sleeping and one awake.

The reliefs on the mausoleum were carved from plaster models created by John Horrigan from Quincy, MA.  It took Joseph Gervasini, carver,  188 ¼ hours for one ($235.32 or $1.25/hour) and 206 ½ hours for the second ($257.50 or $1.25/hour). 






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