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Posted by Sammy to miltonebx on Monday, September 21st 2020:

In Reply to: Re: Lebanon hospital, Cauldwell Ave. posted by miltonebx on Friday, September 18th 2020:

Hi, Milton!

I learned the following information in John McNamara`s "History In Asphalt": The building was originally Ursuline Convent from 1854 to 1888. It was Lebanon Hospital from 1892 to 1943 when it moved to its present building on the Grand Concourse. The old building continued as a factory called the Bronx Garment Center when it was demolished in 1956 to make way for today`s St. Mary`s Park Houses.

Be well!

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