Jackson Park Sunken Gardens And Fountain



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Jackson Park Sunken Gardens And Fountain
Publisher: Schneider Enterprises & Gifts Ltd.
Date: 1967
Type(s): Postcard
Language: English
Identifier(s): 62958-D
Source: Mike Skreptak Collection; Red Binder
Notes: c. 1967; "Jackson Park Sunken Gardens and fountain. A nearby rose garden symbolizes Windsor's title as the "City of Roses". Jackson Park is located south and east of the intersection of Tecumseh Road and Ouellette Avenue; the park was purchased at the end of 1927 from the Windsor Jockey Club; it was officially named Jackson Park in July 1929 in honour of Mayor Jackson, Windsor's mayor at the time; the construction of the gardens began in 1930 with federal support.
Subject(s): Jackson Park (Windsor)
Parks
Ouellette Avenue (Windsor)
Tecumseh Road (Windsor)
Fountains
Place(s): Windsor (Ontario)
Rights: Public Domain
Repository: University of Windsor. Leddy Library
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