From the awesome series by Anton Scherrer- May 28, 1938, Indianapolis Times. Too bad so many of the statues have been damaged or removed over the years. At least there are a few left…

One article published in the Indianapolis Star in 1975 suggested that the fountain on East Drive was either the very one on display or an exact replica of a fountain displayed at the Philadelphia Centennial Exposition in 1876. It is also believed that the famed Mott Company from New York created the iron statuary and fountains of Woodruff Place.




A few of the beauties left in Woodruff:



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