John Park (1867–1892), Chief Magistrate of Fraserburgh (1868–1893), Provost of Fraserburgh (1893–1896)

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John Park was a shipowner in Fraserburgh.

Fraserburgh Town House



John Park (1867–1892), Chief Magistrate of Fraserburgh (1868–1893), Provost of Fraserburgh (1893–1896)




oil on canvas


H 239 x W 149 cm

Accession number

FT 2

Acquisition method

gift from the inhabitants of the Burgh & District, 1893

Work type



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Normally on display at

Fraserburgh Town House

Saltoun Square, Fraserburgh, Aberdeenshire AB43 9DA Scotland

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