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The park is named after James Thomas Vastine Hill, who was one of Indianapolis’ first African-American attorneys when he was admitted to the Indiana bar in 1886. He rose to the level of deputy prosecutor before retirement. A large portrait mural of JTV Hill along with an abstracted rendering of the “scales of Justice” honors his achievements.
The artist, Barb Stahl, is an active mural painter in Indianapolis.
Medium type: Paint
Date created: 1994
1806 N Columbia St, Indianapolis, IN, 46202
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