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Historical Signs in Bronx

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Longfellow Garden
This Bronx garden honors one of the most notable American poets of the 19th century, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (1807-1882). ...

Loreto Playground
This playground honors Alfred Loreto (1902-1950), slain New York City Police Officer. On the evening of July 21, 1950, Loreto...

Louis J. Heintz Monument
This monument in Joyce Kilmer Park honors Louis J. Heintz (1861-1893), early Bronx civic leader, and the first Street Commissi...

Lyons Square
Lyons Square, bounded by Bruckner Boulevard, Aldus Street, Longfellow Avenue, and Bryant Avenue, was named for landowner and C...

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