Administered by Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology 5500 Wabash Avenue Terre Haute Indiana 47803
Located Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology John A. Logan Library, south entrance Terre Haute Indiana
Save Outdoor Sculpture, Indiana survey, 1993.
Image on file.
(On south side of base:) 1920 (On side of base:) 1921 (On north side of base:) 1922 (On side of base:) 1923 (On sundial face:) 6 (arrow) 12 (arrow) 6/HORAS.NON.NUMERO.NIS.SERENAS/ROSE.POLYTECHNIC.INST. unsigned
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Round brass sundial lies flat on a horizontal disc. The face of the sundial has raised points and a triangular pointer. The disc the sundial sits on is supported by a limestone column with two elephants heads. The elephants are ornamented on the forehead and have short tusks. The elephants' trunks twine down and around the column. The column stands on a low square limestone base.