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Indiana Historical Bureau

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Site of Golden Hill Totem Pole

Location: Totem Lane, Golden Hill neighborhood, Indianapolis. (Marion County, Indiana)

Erected 1992 by Indiana Historical Bureau and Golden Hill, Inc.

ID# : 49.1992.4


A 30 foot 19th century Alaskan Haida totem stood on this site c. 1905-c. 1948. The totem, part of Brady Collection in Alaska Pavilion at 1904 St. Louis World's Fair, was given to David M. Parry, industrialist, whose estate once encompassed Golden Hill.


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