Jeffers Park


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The Jeffers Memorial Fountain was dedicated on May 30, 1906 and named for real estate developer and early Saginaw settler Michael Jeffers (1831 -1904). His heirs donated the land, then a block of storefronts to the city for a park and water fountain in his memory. Designed by Roy Merriam, the fountain was built of Barre granite from Vermont by the local firm of Anson Hobson. The sculptures were cast by the Henry-Bonnard Bronze Company of New York City.
 

Registered Site L2244
Erected 2012

Location: 600 Federal Ave
Saginaw, Saginaw County


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