Indiana State House Tour

Figure 1. East entrance.
Figure 2. West entrance.
Figure 3. First Indiana State House in Corydon Indiana.
Figure 4. Second Indiana State House, Indianapolis Indiana.
Figure 5. Third Indiana State House.
Figure 6. Exterior gable details.
Figure 7. South entrance.
Figure 8. “The Westward Journey” by sculptor Herman Carl Mueller, 1887.
Figure 9. The State House dome.
Figure 10. The Rotunda.
Figure 11. The “Values of Civilization” by sculptor Alexander Doyle, 1880s.
Figure 12. The “Values of Civilization” by sculptor Alexander Doyle, 1880s.
Figure 13. The galleries.
Figure 14. The skylights and illumination of the galleries.
Figure 15. Gallery sculptures of historical figures.
Figure 16. Gallery sculptures of historical figures.
Figure 17. Gallery sculptures of historical figures.
Figure 18. Gallery sculptures of historical figures.
Figure 19. Gallery sculptures of historical figures.
Figure 20. Gallery sculptures of historical figures.
Figure 21. Gallery sculptures of historical figures.
Figure 22. The Indiana Supreme Court hearing room.
Figure 23. Senate Chambers.
Figure 24. House Chambers.
Figure 25. House Chambers mural the “Spirit of Indiana” by artist Eugene F. Savage, 1964.
Figure 26. Corner markers on the State House grounds.
Figure 27. Thomas Andrews Hendricks by sculptor Richard Henry Parks, 1890.
Figure 28. George Washington by sculptor Donald De Lue, 1959, and the Coal Miner by sculptor John J. Szaton, 1963.
Figure 29. Christopher Columbus by sculptor Enrico Vittori, 1920.
Figure 30. Oliver Perry Morton by sculptor Rudolf Schwarz, 1907.
Figure 31. Relief sculpture by Rudolf Schwarz.
Figure 32. Relief sculpture by Rudolf Schwarz.
Figure 33. Unidentified abstract sculptures.
Figure 34. The State House grounds and Monument Circle.
Figure 35. “The Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Monument” by architect Bruno Schmitz, 1888.
Figure 36. “Victory” by George Brewster, 1902.
Figure 37. “War” and “The Dying Soldier” by Rudolf Schwarz, 1890s.
Figure 38. “Peace” and “The Return Home” by Rudolf Schwarz, 1890s.
Figure 39. “Artillery” and “Navy” by Rudolf Schwarz, 1890s.
Figure 40. “Infantry” and “Calvary” by Rudolf Schwarz, 1890s.
Figure 41. George Rogers Clark, William H. Harrison, and James Whitcomb by sculptor John Mahoney, 1895, and Oliver P Morton by sculptor Franklin Simmons, 1884.
Figure 42. Monument interior.
Figure 43. Tour 1 in October 2019.
Figure 44. Tour 2 in May 2022.

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David Smitherman

David Smitherman

Retired from NASA. Architect, space architect and writer on science, technology, travel, and social issues. See the “Reading List” for introductory Greetings.