Monument Circle, Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument Carded Magnet
The Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument is the Centerpiece of Monument Circle in Indianapolis, Indiana. Standing 284 feet, 6 inches, it has come to symbolize both the City of Indianapolis and the state of Indiana. This image was captured in 1906.
View of the Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument showing the side of the war sculptural grouping. The figures depict soldiers and sailors in battle. Oversized candelabra ring the sidewalk and the stairs leading to the entrance of the monument. The English Hotel is in the background on the right, and the dome of the state capital building is further in the distance.
2" x 3" carded magnet; exclusive image from the Indiana Historical Society collection, part of the W.H. Bass Photo Company Collection.