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Black Prince statue, City Square

Subject ID:
City Centre
Subject Year:
Thoresby Society
Class number:
Thoresby 39 C 34
Black Prince statue, City Square
c. 1930s View of the Black Prince statue in City Square. It was sculptured by Thomas Brock and unveiled on 16th September 1903. It had taken seven years to complete and was a gift to the city from Colonel Thomas Walter Harding of the Tower Works. The Standard Life Assurance Building to the left of the photograph was built in 1901. It was later demolished and rebuilt by Norwich Union in 1967 and then again demolished in 1995 to be replaced by number 1 City Square. To the right of the statue is Mill Hill Unitarian Chapel which opened on the 27th December 1848.

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