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Crown Hill Equatorial Sundial

Crown Hill Equatorial Sundial

The Equatorial Sundial was commissioned by Crown Hill in 1985, fabricated at Woolery Stone Company in Bloomington, Indiana in 1986 and 1987, and completed on site in 1987 by designer and sculptor David L. Rodgers. At the time, it was declared Indiana’s largest equatorial sundial. “We wanted to build something that would catch the interest of the public,” explained Stewart D. Tompkins, then executive vice president of Crown Hill Cemetery. “We also wanted the structure to be educationally

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Location: Crown Hill

Medium type: Limestone

Date created: 1987

Dimensions: 8' tall

Location

700 W. 38th St., Indianapolis, IN, 46208

Associated artists

David L. Rodgers
David L. Rodgers

PHOTOS

  • Image courtesy Ken Norris

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