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Lt. Frank McConnell Park

   
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Lt. Frank McConnell Park
E 74th St
New York
NY
USA
10021
1923, 1973
H. Adler

This park honors the memory of Lieutenant Frank McConnell (1896-1918), the first Richmond Hill resident killed in World War I.

Plaque 1: Dedicated to the sons of Morris Park and vicinity who served in the world war 1917-1918 and in loving remembrance of the following men who made the supreme sacrifice (names of 70 war dead).

Plaque 2: With undying love and gratitude to give homage to all veterans of the Spanish-American War, World War I, World War II, Korean Campaign, Vietnam Campaign, Lt. F.J. McConnell, Post 229 Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States.

 
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Bronze
Granite
5'4
2'
Plaque 1 H:4'6
1923,1973
Lt. F. J. McConnell Post No.229, V.F.W. (new plaque)
Stele, 2 tablets

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