Dr Jephson's Monument, Leamington

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Dr Jephson's Monument, Leamington


The Jephson Memorial is in the Jephson Gardens, Leamington Spa. It was built in May 1848 in honour of Dr Henry Jephson (1798-1878), who encouraged the use of Leaminton's spa waters for medicinal purposes. The memorial comprises a Corinthian Temple, which contains Peter Hollins' statue of Jephson. The temple was designed by local architect, D. G. Squirhill.

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Donor ref:LEAMG : M3107.1964.5 (69/18491)

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