City Hall Park
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- Location: Near Broadway, under a tree, west side of City Hall Building
- Sculptor: Albert Weinert
- Description: Marker and flagstaff
- Materials: Gray granite
- Dimensions: H: 1'10" W: 3'
- Dedicated: June 14, 1921
- Donor: Sons of the Revolution and the New York Historical Society
- Inscription: HERE IN THE ANCIENT COMMONS OF OUR CITY / WHERE, BEFORE THE TIME
OF OUR NATIONAL / INDEPENDENCE, / FIVE LIBERTY POLES WERE/
SUCCESSIVELY SET UP, THIS FLAGPOLE OF 1921 / IS PLACED IN GRATEFUL
REMEMBRANCE OF ALL / LOVERS OF OUR COUNTRY WHO HAVE DIED THAT / THE
LIBERTY WON ON THESE SHORES MIGHT BE / THE HERITAGE OF THE WORLD.
HERE THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE WAS READ TO WASHINGTON'S
ARMY JULY 9, 1776.
THIS IS A REPLICA OF THE LAST LIBERTY POLE