Around Indy

Around Indy

Harrison’s impact and legacy can still be seen around Indianapolis. You can visit his grave in Crown Hill Cemetery. On New York St, between Meridian and Pennsylvania Streets in downtown Indianapolis, you can visit Harrison’s full length bronze sculptural portrait. The sculpture was designed by Henry Bacon, sculpted by Charles Henry Niehaus, and cast by Gorham Manufacturing Company. The statue was dedicated October 27, 1908.

2018 Presidential Egg Roll

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King Park Development Corporation

Candlelight Theatre

Season Sponsors

  • Arts Council and the City of Indianapolis
  • Christel DeHaan Family Foundation
  • National Endowment for the Arts
  • Allen Whitehall Clowes Charitable Foundation
  • Indiana Arts Commission
  • The National Bank of Indianapolis
  • Wing Arts and Humanities Fund.
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