Leonard Morange Square

West Side of the Bronxville Station
Bronxville, NY 10708

Erected on the west side of the Bronxville Station on August 10, 1925 as a reminder that World War I was won. On May 30, 1938 it was renamed Leonard Morange Square, in honor of Leonard S. Morange, the first village resident to lose his life in WWI. Small area with benches for sitting.
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