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The Silent Messenger sculpture is a common addition to many Shrine Temples and represents the association of the fraternal organization with the Shriners’ Hospitals for Children, their primary service and philanthropy recipients, and their concern for the well-being of children everywhere. They sculpture also symbolizes the hope children have in adults to help them when they need it.
In most locations the sculpture has been painted or otherwise enhanced with color; however, the sculpture here
Medium type: Fiberglass
Date created: 2001
502 N New Jersey, Indianapolis, IN, 46204
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