Bust   

President Lincoln bust

President Lincoln bust President Lincoln bust

Erection date: 1930

Inscription

{Inscribed on the red granite plinth:}
Lincoln by Andrew O'Connor
Presented to the Gresham Committee by the Lincoln Committee 1930

{Inscribed into the stone on the left side:}
Lincoln by O'Connor

Site: President Lincoln bust (1 memorial)

EC3, Royal Exchange Buildings, Royal Exchange

Easily missed, this bust was brought to our attention by IanVisits.  It's at the eastern entrance to the building.

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President Lincoln bust

Subjects commemorated Information

Abraham Lincoln

16th President of the USA. Born Kentucky. Assassinated while watching a very ...

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This section lists the subjects who helped to create/erect the memorial on this page:
President Lincoln bust

Created by Information

Gresham Committee

Gresham College (founded in 1597 under the will of Sir Thomas Gresham) is fin...

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Lincoln Committee

Active in 1930.  Trying to research this we found a number of "Lincoln Commit...

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Andrew O'Connor

Sculptor.  Born USA, not to be confused with his father also a sculptor with ...

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