Blacks @ Dartmouth 1775 to 1950

African Americans @ Dartmouth College 1775-1950

Carl Victor Crump Granger

Dartmouth College
Class of 1923 (A.B.)
12 Feb 1902, Newport News VA
17 May 1960, Huntington NY
Other Schools
NYU (M.D.)
School Dartmouth College Class 1923
Born 12 Feb 1902, Newport News VA Degree A.B.
Died 17 May 1960, Huntington NY Other Schools
NYU (M.D.)

Career summary

College athlete (track) and physician in Huntington, Long Island

Quotes from biographical sources

Huntington, L.I. - Funeral services were held here Sunday for Dr. Carl V. Granger, a highly respected physician and police surgeon, and brother of Lester B. Granger, director of the National Urban League, who died in his home here last Thursday. He was 58. A practicing physician here for more than a quarter of a century, Dr. Granger was said to have been ill in recent weeks. Although his death was believed due to natural causes, the Suffolk County Medical Examiner's office in Patchogue said it was conducting a chemical autopsy to determine the actual cause of death. A full report is not expected before next week.

Dr. Granger, who had been practicing here for some 28 years, was an attending physician at Huntington Hospital as well as a surgeon for the Huntington Police Department. Many of this town's leading civic and business leaders joined to pay final respects to Dr. Granger at an overflow funeral service here Sunday at Bethel AME Church. His body was cremated following services.

A graduate of Dartmouth College and New York University-Bellevue Medical School, he was the youngest of six brothers, three of whom were physicians and two dentists. He is survived by his wife, Elena; a son, Army Capt. Carl V. Granger, Jr.; and three brothers, Dr. Lester Granger, Dr. William R. R. granger and Dr. Lloyd Granger.

James, Booker. (May 21, 1960). Dr. Granger Dies in Huntington: Officials Open Probe In Surgeon's Death. The New York Amsterdam News, p. 19.

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