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2020.000.818.jpg
Grinton I. Will is the man on the far left with the shovel.
This photograph was taken in 1959.

2020.000.817.jpg
This photograph was taken on April 15, 1973 at a renaming ceremony for the Grassy Sprain Library. On this day, the Grassy Library was renamed the Grinton I. Will Library. Grinton I. Will retired on April 30, 1973.
From left to right: Judge Anthony…

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This photograph was taken on April 15, 1973. On this day, the Grassy Sprain Library was officially renamed the Grinton I. Will Library.
From left to right: Matthew A. Walker; Mrs. William H. Bellamy; Grinton I. Will; Mrs. David J. Jutkowitz; Robert…

2019.009.048.jpg
The store was rented to the Yonkers Public Library by owner Ernie Green.

The aim of the program was to promote library service to Spanish speakers in the Riverdale Avenue section of Yonkers.


Standing (from left to right): Ida Heuer, senior…

grinton i will-local history.mp3
Grinton describes the Sherwood House and the painting of murals in the Yonkers City Council building.

Grinton I will-untermeyer gardens 1 noise reduction.mp3
Grinton and Clarissa talk about Untermyer Gardens and businesses that closed down in Yonkers.

grinton i interview-farms n.r.mp3
Grinton I. Will and Clarissa L. Will talk about a farm in Yonkers that went from Nepperhan Ave to Valley Ave.

grinton will-library history 1.mp3
Grinton I. Will talks about his career as a director of the Yonkers Public Library.

grinton i. will interview-yonkers carnegie library 2.mp3
Grinton I. Will and his wife Clarissa L. Will talk about the demolition of the Yonkers Carnegie Library.

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This was held on November 13, 1968.
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