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Cameron Memorial Fountain
Details:

Sculptor: George Tinworth (1843-1913)
Architect: Robert Alexander Bryden of Clarke & Bell (fl. 1842-1915)
Designers: Robert Alexander Bryden of Clarke & Bell (fl. 1842-1915)
              and Mr Lightbody of Doulton & Co (fl. 1815-)
Location: At the junction of Sauchiehall Street and Woodside Crescent,
              Charing Cross, Glasgow
Date executed: 1895-6
The clock was replaced in 1908
by James Ritchie & Co, Edinburgh

 
Sir Charles Cameron (1841-1925)
was a newspaper editor and politician.

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IN HONOUR OF
SIR CHARLES CAMERON BART. D.L.L.D.
IN RECOGNITION OF
HIS MANY SERVICES TO THIS CITY
AND TO SCOTLAND
DURING 21 YEARS IN PARLIAMENT
1874   1895

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