County botanist Marshall’s legacy remembered in West Chester By JEREMY GERRARD [email protected] Posted: 06/25/12 07:41 am Updated: 06/25/12 01:46 pm WEST CHESTER — To remember the legacy of famed botanist Humphry Marshall, borough residents gathered Sunday at the gazebo in his namesake park. “Humphry was one of the earliest and most distinguished horticulturalists and botanists […]
The 6th ANNUAL CELEBRATION OF HUMPHRY MARSHALL DAY JUNE 24, 2012, 11:00 AM MARSHALL SQUARE PARK PROGRAM OPENING REMARKS Richard Yoder, former Mayor of West Chester & issuer of the inaugural “Humphry Marshall Day Proclamation” Carolyn Comitta, Mayor of West Chester Anne Walters, Vice President, Friends of Marshall Square Park GUEST SPEAKER: Joel T. Fry,
This fundraiser will contribute to the renovation of our long-lost historic, beautiful cast iron fountain whose dismantled parts were found and returned May 14, 2012, and now rest inside the park’s Swiss Cottage. Much work needs doing to return the fountain to its former glory at the corner of E. Marshall and N. Franklin Streets.