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Pearson Park, Hull, plaque of Zachariah Charles Pearson

Pearson Park, Hull, plaque of Zachariah Charles Pearson

Pearson Park, Hull. Plaque to commemmorate Zachariah Charles Pearson, who first established the park. PGDS 93

Copyright:

John Warden

Pearson Park, Hull.
An ironstone (granite?) monolith with a marble plaque commemorating Zachariah Charkes Pearson, who bought the land and presented the park to the City. The plaque was carved by William Day Keyworth junior in 1897.

Summary of image information

Creator of original image: John Warden

Keywords for image: Pearson Park, Hull, commemorative plaque of Zachariah Charles Pearson, Object

Period/year shown in image: 2007

Season Depicted: Winter

Direction of view: West

Site records relating to this image:

Pearson Park

People relating to this image:

Mr Zachariah Charles Pearson