150 Glendale Avenue
Akron, Ohio, 44302
Glendale Cemetery is a park-like cemetery near downtown Akron. This site, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, was established in 1839 by Dr. J.D. Commins, who visited Mount Auburn Cemetery in Cambridge, Massachusets, and was inspired to create the same park-like setting for a cemetery in Akron. The cemetery features a wide variety of architectural styles, as well as stately mausoleums and symbolic statues honoring prominent citizens of Akron, including politicians, famous, industrialists, and Akron socialites.