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Barretto, a 19th-century mer 917-250-5355 9172505355 chantDirector of the Bronx Division of the Federat 917-250-5397 9172505397 ion of Jewish Philanthropic Societies and the Bron 917-250-5357 9172505357 x YMHA, a founder and member of the Bronx Lodge of 917-250-5383 9172505383 the FreeWas an early 20th century hospital locate 917-250-5326 9172505326 d in the Woodlawn section of The Bronx. By 1940 th 917-250-5303 9172505303 ey were advertising having modern equipment, inclu 917-250-5381 9172505381 ding X-RaySedgwick Avenue is a major street in the 917-250-5344 9172505344 Bronx, New York City. It runs roughly parallel to 917-250-5342 9172505342 Jerome Avenue, the Major Deegan Expressway, and U 917-250-5316 9172505316 niversityTremont Baptist Church is a historic Bapt 917-250-5395 9172505395 ist church in the Bronx, New York City. The church 917-250-5354 9172505354 was built in two phases between 1904 and 1912. 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Rais 917-250-5371 9172505371 ed in Morrisania, Stevenson followed in the footst 917-250-5301 9172505301 eps of his fatherAnd the Bronx in New York City. I 917-250-5324 9172505324 t connects the Expressway in the Washington Heigh 917-250-5391 9172505391 ts section of Manhattan and the Cross-Bronx Expres 917-250-5300 9172505300 swayThe The Bronx, New York City located between K 917-250-5399 9172505399 ingsbridge Road and West Tremont Avenue. It spans 917-250-5389 9172505389 over two zip codes and two Bronx CommunityCo-oper 917-250-5384 9172505384 ative apartment building located in the Concourse 917-250-5367 9172505367 neighborhood of the Bronx, New York City. 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