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Although there has been some art added to the town hall area and to Main Street in the Old Town section of Zionsville, Dahlia City is the first utility box to be authorized by the town for a painted mural. The theme, common to all the painted utility boxes in Zionsville, was Dahlia City, a name that Zionsville was known by in the 1930’s when there were two dahlia farms in the area. The gold medal at the 1933 World’s Fair was given to “Zion’s Pride”, a dahlia from one of the farms. A nearby
Medium type: Paint
Date created: 2018
106th & Zionsville Road, Zionsville, IN, 46077
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