Henry Cabot Lodge Sr.
Historian George E. Mowry had an interesting take on Lodge:
Henry Cabot Lodge was one of the best informed statesmen of his time, he was an excellent parliamentarian, and he brought to bear on foreign questions a mind that was at once razor sharp and devoid of much of the moral cant that was so typical of the age. Yet Lodge never made the contributions he should have made, largely because of Lodge the person. He was opportunistic, selfish, jealous, condescending, supercilious, and could never resist calling his opponent’s spade a dirty shovel. Small wonder that except for Roosevelt and Root, most of his colleagues of both parties disliked him, and many distrusted him.
Final Resting Place:
Mount Auburn Cemetery
580 Mount Auburn Street
Cambridge, Massachusetts, 02138
Grave Location:Oxalis Path, Lot 3613, Mausoleum 13, Site SH3613, Space 1
Grave Location Description
Using the Mount Auburn Map, drive towards the two lakes and park on the bridge on Rosebay Avenue. Facing the open-air mausoleum, walk towards the structure and turn left on Oxalis Path. The brown Cabot and Lodge family mausoleum is approximately 100 feet down the path along the hillside.
Grave Location GPS42.3723195163, -71.1422657727
Read More About Henry Cabot Lodge Sr.:
- Published Obituary
- Wikipedia Entry
- Was Henry Cabot Lodge One of History's Villains?
- Henry Cabot Lodge: Senate Leader & Presidential Foe
- Who's Who - Henry Cabot Lodge
- Henry Cabot Lodge Biography
- About Henry Cabot Lodge
- Henry Cabot Lodge Senate Debate Of 1919 & The Treaty Of Versailles
- Classic Senate Speeches - Henry Cabot Lodge's Constitution of the League of Nations