Eastman Monument

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Eastman Monument
Year 20th century (20th century)
Type Marble, Granite
Location Indianapolis, Indiana, United States
Coordinates 39°49′11″N 86°10′30″W / 39.81972°N 86.17500°W / 39.81972; -86.17500
Owner Crown Hill National Cemetery

The Eastman Monument is a public artwork by an unknown artist, located at Crown Hill National Cemetery, which is in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States of America. It is a monument with a white marble angel standing against a granite cross that is standing upon three steps. The angel is dressed in a cloth gown and stands with its hands spread out and its head turned down to the ground. The first step has "EASTMAN" written across it.[1]


This monument was installed by the Eastman family in the early 20th century. Members of the Eastman family are buried in front of the monument. The family operated a medical clinic called the Eastman Clinic in the early 20th century, which is displayed on the headstones of the family members who worked in the medical field.[1]


  1. ^ a b Save Outdoor Sculpture, Indiana Survey (2000). "Eastman Monument (sculpture)". SIRIS. Smithsonian Institution. Retrieved 26 April 2010. 

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