The David Oppenheimer is a statue dedicated to the 2nd mayor of Vancouver (1888-1891) and the sitting mayor when Stanley Park was opened. He was also responsible for the initial infrastructure of the City of Vancouver. This statue was unveiled on December 14, 1911.
The inscription on the statue says:
Mayor of Vancouver
1888, 1889, 1890, 1891
If you look closely, there are additionaly inscriptions at the bottom of the bust.
C. Marega, Sculptor, 1911
Elkington and Co. Ltd.
The David Oppenheimer statue is located just inside Stanley Park on the south side of Stanley Park Drive from the Beach Avenue entrance to the park. Nearby is the Vancouver Parks Board Office , Fish House Restaurant, and English Bay.
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