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Lyman Park - Pittsfield NH


On Saturday the 15 of July, 2000 the Pittsfield Historical Society Dedicated Pittsfield's newest park named in honor of Frank Lyman.  This park was designed/created by a group of volunteers from the town of Pittsfield.  This park could not have been created without the support of the citizens of Pittsfield and  the many organizations who contributed time and finances.


The Chairman of the Park Committee was Larry Berkson, the President of the Pittsfield Historical Society. The stone work in this park was the work of Master Stone Mason Daniel Schroth. Raymond Webber III was in charge of building the gazebo.


An attempt has been made to provide a pictorial view of the park in its creation and its final dedication.  You are welcome to view this pictorial view below:


Mining the Granite


A group of volunteers quarrying the granite somewhere off Tilton Hill in April, 1999



Stage One of the Construction of Frank Lyman Park


Initial clean up of the "Yellow Block"  lot in the fall of 1998.



The beginning of the Park. Early site preparation in April 1999.



Early stages of the wall construction in May 1999



 Moving granite the hard way with Dan Schroth supervising.



Stage Two of the Construction of Frank Lyman Park


Under the watchful eye of Dan Schroth, work on the "Wall" at Frank Lyman Park progressed quite satisfactorily.  Dan  supervised the placement of the stone work and the capstone on the wall so that it is now taking on the appearance of a wall structure.



Larry Berkson on the Tractor



  Bill Provencal and Paul Provencal trying to figure what rock to place where.



 The memorial stone is unloaded from the truck.



The memorial stone being set on its pedestal.



Lyman Park Dedication


Mrs. Frank Lyman at Lyman Park dedication.



The infamous "group of five" receiving their awards for time and effort in building of this park.



Larry Berkson, President of Pittsfield Historical Society receiving his recognition for work and effort in construction of Historical Trail and Lyman Park.



Dan Schroth receiving his award from Larry Berkson for his effort in the construction of the granite wall within this park. 


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