The New Mount Sinai Cemetery is a 52acre cemetery in St. Louis, Missouri that was founded in 1850. Its first burial was in 1853, and its rural cemetery landscape design was laid out in 1907.It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2005. Its listing includes 39 contributing buildings, 2 contributing sites, and 2 other contributing structures.Deemed as contributing resources were: the 28acre rural cemetery itself,its traditional, old Jewish graveyard, which are sections A, B, and F of the cemetery,the red granite and wrought iron gate,the monumental Art Deco entrance gate,Greek Revival chapel,Queen Anne "House of Comfort" building,37(?) small mausoleums in Greek Revival, Egyptian Revival, Classical Revival, Art Deco, Modern styles. As of the 2005 listing, the cemetery also has a Modern-style community mausoleum, three private mausoleums (Art Deco, Modern, Neo-Classical), and a formal Japanese garden.