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This letter was written by Grinton I. Will to the Yonkers Mayor, City Council, and City Manager. It is regarding Linda Snitkof checking out the 2,000,000th at YPL. The letter is dated December 28, 1965.

From left to right: Ray L. Trautman, Mayor Kristen Kristensen, Unidentified, Grinton I. Will.
The photograph was taken October 3, 1954.

From left to right:
Row 1: David G. Will; Brian R. Will; Edwin G. Will; Mary Ann Will (Brian's wife); Grinton I. Will; Clarissa Will.

Row 2: Eli Rabineau, Mrs. Eli Rabineau

This photograph was taken on April 16, 1964.
From left to right:
Grinton I. Will; Morris Ketchum, FAIA Director; Dr. George Minervini, president of the board of rustees; Eli Rabineau; Anthony Cerrato, former trustee.

The Yonkers Public Library Board of Trustees. Top row (L-R): Arnold Klein, Unidentified, Grinton I. Will, Tristam W. Metcalfe, Unidentified.
People on the bottom row are unidentified.

Eugene Howell Oral History interview.mp3
Eugene Howell talks about growing up in Yonkers and working at the Yonkers Public Library for 41 years.

Eugene is second from the right in the photograph.

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.

In the crowd are Yonkers politicians John E. Flynn (holding the bottom right corner of the flag) and Mayor Angelo Martinelli (second to the right of John Flynn).

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…

Grinton I. Will speaking at a meeting in 1959.
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