Sterling Pl. to Park Pl. between Classon Ave. and Washington Ave.
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This playground and the adjacent school are named for Elijah J. Stroud (1923-1972), a New York Police Officer who was killed in the line of duty. Patrolman Stroud lived in Freeport, Long Island with his wife and small child and had two other grown children living in California. A veteran of the Police Department, Stroud was assigned to Grand Avenue Station, 80th Precinct, in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn. Described as mild-mannered and kind, officer Stroud patrolled the area around P.S. 9 and volunteered at P.S. 136.
Directions to Stroud Playground
- Stroud Playground Reconstruction
- The reconstruction of Jesse Owens, Stockton and Stroud Playground comfort stations in Brooklyn
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