Florence Hall (Plaque)
Florence Institute, Mill Street
The inscription on the Plaque reads:
This Building was erected in the year 1889 by Bernard Hall, West Indian Merchant and once Mayor of this City, in memory of his daughter Florence, who died in Paris in the year 1887 aged 22, in the hope that it might prove an acceptable place of recreation and instruction for the poor and working boys of this district of the City.

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