William Richard Randolph Granger
Athlete, Physician, and Brother of Four Dartmouth Alumni
Dartmouth College B.S.
Class of 1915
1917 Columbia P&S (M.D.)
Born 1890 Little Rock AR
Died 1973 Brooklyn NY
Quotes from Biographical Sources
Dr. William R. R. Granger, Jr., who had been a physician in Brooklyn for 52 years at his retirement in 1970, died Sunday of Parkinson's disease in Long Island College Hospital, Brooklyn. He was 82 years old and lived in Smithtown, L.I.
Dr. Granger, the son of a physician, was educated at Barringer High School in Newark and Dartmouth College, setting track records at both institutions. He graduated from Dartmouth in 1915 and from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia University in 19171 and served his internship at Freedman's Hospital in Washington. During the administration of Mayor Fiorello H. La Guardia Dr. Granger was a member of the Mayor's Committee on Unity.
He leaves his wife, the former Virginia Anderson Colman, two brothers, Dr. Lester B. Granger, retired executive director of the National Urban League, and Dr. Lloyd M. Granger, and children, stepchildren, grandchildren and great-grandchildren by his two earlier marriages.
Dr. William Granger Jr. Brooklyn Physician, 82. (Sep 21, 1973). The New York Times, p. 44.
Profile image source: Dartmouth Aegis 1915