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Imagine having to preserve for generations past, present, and future - statues, memorial artwork, landmarks, and whole sections of a 555 acre, world renowned historic cemetery complete with 25 miles of roads, 3 miles of brick and wrought iron fence, historic chapels, mausoleums, gates, barns, sentry houses, and bridges dating back to the 1800s!

We do it stone by stone, structure by structure, section by section, and road by road with the help of families and friends of Crown Hill. We invite you to join us. Donate On Line Now or Print This Page and help us preserve this icon of Indianapolis history for past, present, and future generations.

Contact Marianne Randjelovic, Vice President of Development at (317) 920-4165 or development@crownhill.org to learn more.

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