A good view of the Gardens which were laid out by the botanist, Henry Phillips in 1828. The year of the photograph is not known but is thought to be in the early years of this century. Mowing the large area of grass must have been a tiring job in those days even with a machine pulled by an animal.

Image Reference: JG_23_060.tif
Date: c.1900s
Image Details: Copy
Size of Original: 241x157
Place: Brighton
Additional Information: The square has long been the residence of the rich and famous. Perhaps most famous, was Revd. Charles Dodgson, better known as Lewis Carroll, who lived at no.11. Also Antony Dale, founder of The Regency Society.

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