Beautiful tombs and mausoleums have been erected in the memory of Douglas Fairbanks, Sr., Tyrone Power, Cecil B. DeMille, Marion Davies, and William Andrews Clark. In 1928 the Clark memorial was designated by the Architectural Society of America as the most beautiful building erected during the previous three years.
Although Hollywood Memorial Cemetery is best known for its many memorials to film stars, it is also the final resting place for some of the city's notables in other areas. Among those are Clark, Harrison Gray Otis (long-time publisher of the Los Angeles Times), Col. Griffith J. Griffith (who gave Griffith Park and Observatory to the city), Senator Cornelius Cole, and Hollywood pioneer John T. Gower.
Visit a few memorials listed below ; or choose Additional Names for names of others interred in Hollywood Memorial and Beth Olam.