World War II Plaque on Side of Building - East Village, NYC
Armed Services, Military Plaques, Markers (real ones)
World War II Plaque on Side of Building - East Village, NYC

There is a bronze marker on the facade here. According to the New York Times, 1/26/14, at Metro p. 2, it was placed long ago by the Saint George Catholic War Veterans Post No. 401, a local Ukranian-American veterans organization which then owned the building, later ceding it to the St. George Ukranian Catholic Church down the block. The plaque commeorates the 180 people from the block who served in World War II.

Publication date Jun 24, 2018
Property ID: 1265
Updated on: Aug 31, 2019

There is a bronze marker on the facade here. According to the New York Times, 1/26/14, at Metro p. 2, it was placed long ago by the Saint George Catholic War Veterans Post No. 401, a local Ukranian-American veterans organization which then owned the building, later ceding it to the St. George Ukranian Catholic Church down the block. The plaque commeorates the 180 people from the block who served in World War II.

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Location:
East Village Chiropractic , 33 East Seventh St., New York, 10003, United States
Listing Category:
Armed Services, Military Plaques, Markers (real ones)
Virtual / Real:
Virtual
Created Date:
06-24-2018
Created by
plaquemaster
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