"The Lake View Cemetery was modeled after the great garden cemeteries of Victorian England and France. It was developed in 1869 5 miles from town in a rural arboretum setting and designed to integrate landscapes with memorial sculpture and architecture." One of two most prominent features is the Garfield Monument. " Designed by architect George Keller, the Garfield Monument was dedicated on Memorial Day, 1890. The Garfield Monument stands 180 feet tall and is constructed of Berea Sandstone. Around the exterior of the balcony are five, terra cotta panels by Casper Bubel, with over 110 figures all life size, depicting Garfield’s life and death. The panels include Garfield as a teacher, as Major General in the Civil War, an orator, taking the oath of office and laying in state in the rotunda of the Capital in Washington DC."