National Geographic : 1936 Sep
Photograph by Willard R.Culver INDIANA'S WORLD WAR MEMORIAL COVERS FIVE INDIANAPOLIS BLOCKS AND IS AN OPEN PLAZA SETWITH IMPOSING ARCHITECTURAL WORKS In the right background stands the main shrine, of Indiana limestone, on whose sculptured walls are depicted World War scenes. Here, too, arefamous flags and portraits of distinguished military leaders of the Allied countries. At the left rises the 100-foot granite obelisk symbolic oftheNation's power. OntheMemorial Plaza, but not shown here, also stands the American Legion's National Headquarters (Color Plate V).