Henry Hamilton Honoré (1823-1916) came to Chicago from Kentucky in 1855 and made his fortune in real estate. Honoré's daughter, Bertha married Potter Palmer in 1871, shortly before the Great Chicago Fire destroyed the Honoré Building at Adams and Dearborn.
The Honoré tomb is in the French Gothic style, and was designed by McKim, Mead and White. All family members are now at peace together.
Photograph taken by Ashley Vehnekamp in Graceland Cemetery in Chicago, IL.
Canvas print is 24"x36" and 1.5" deep. Comes directly from printer with a semi-gloss finish.