Private Edward F. Gordon, a native of Long Island City who grew up at 44 Sherman Place, served in the United States Army as a member of Company C of the 165th Infantry. He was killed in action in World War I on July 30, 1918. This small triangle, which lies at the intersection of Vernon Boulevard, 44th Drive, and 10th Street, is named in his honor.
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