Palm Mortuary

Mid-century modern buildings

The Palm Mortuary & Cemetery dates back to the 1920s and has seven locations in southern Nevada.

The two rectilinear mausoleums at their downtown Las Vegas location were built in the late 1950s and are gorgeous examples of midcentury modern construction with patterned breeze block screen walls and clean lines.

As you enter the grounds, the “Building of Eternity” mausoleum is on your right and following the path you’ll also see the “Devotion” mausoleum.

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