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Sunday Morning at City Hall
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It's hard to believe this majestic building was once Albert Leonard High School.  In 1962 it was converted to the present New Rochelle City Hall.  Albert Leonard High School became Albert Leonard Middle School and is now located on Gerada Lane, two miles north of this location.

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