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Ebenezer Howard (1850–1928), OBE
Ebenezer Howard (1850–1928), OBE
Ebenezer Howard (1850–1928), OBE
Ebenezer Howard (1850–1928), OBE
Ebenezer Howard (1850–1928), OBE
Ebenezer Howard (1850–1928), OBE
Ebenezer Howard (1850–1928), OBE
Ebenezer Howard (1850–1928), OBE

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A portrait bust of the founder of the Garden City Movement with a plan of Letchworth mounted below.






H 244 x W (?) x D (?) cm

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Acquisition method

acquired by North Hertfordshire District Council

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North Hertfordshire District Council


North Hertfordshire District Council


at all times

Inscription description

immediately underneath and on the left hand side of the bust: SIR / EBENEZER / HOWARD / 1850–1928; immediately underneath and on the right hand side of the bust: THE / BIRTH / OF / GARDEN / CITY / MOVEMENT; at the base of the town map: LETCHWORTH PLAN. PARKER + UNWIN 1904; on the front of the plinth: Health of the Country Comforts of the Town


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Located at

Broadway, Letchworth