The two markers on campus that are rumored to be burial sites (but are not) are…

…the Mary Chisholm Painter Arch on the north side of Euclid Avenue, between Mather House and the Church of the Covenant, and the low stone marker located on the southeast corner of Euclid Avenue and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard.

The Mary Chisholm Painter Arch served as a main entrance from Euclid to the campus of the College for Women, later Flora Stone Mather College.

The low stone marker was built in the 1970s denoting “Case Institute of Technology, Case Western Reserve University.” It marks the traditional entrance to the campus of Case Institute of Technology. It was a response to the concern of some CIT alumni and friends who worried that Case would have less visibility than they hoped within the newly federated university.