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|Date of Birth||April 15, 1903|
|Date of Death||June 6, 1986|
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Grinton I. Will Biography
Grinton I. Will is a famous American librarian, who was born on April 15, 1903 in . According to Astrologers, Grinton I. Will's zodiac sign is Aries.
Grinton Ingham Will (April 15, 1903 – June 6, 1986) was an American library director of the Yonkers Public Library.
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Grinton was the son of Edwin Robertson and M. Helen (Ingham) Will. Will's grandfather John H. Will immigrated to the United States from Bonn, Germany in 1848. His father, Edwin Will, studied architecture at the City College of New York and Cooper Union before working at an architectural firm. His mother, M. Helen Ingham, studied at Hunter College and then became a teacher in New York City. Will's brother Robert was born in 1909.
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Will grew up in Mamaroneck and attended the Rye Neck public schools. He then attended Wesleyan University where he received a Bachelor of Arts degree. He became a librarian at the Mamaroneck Public Library in 1922. He worked at the Mamaroneck Public Library for ten years and became its library director. In 1930, Will became a language instructor and librarian at the Connecticut Agricultural College. During that same year, he earned a certificate of library science from the Columbia University School of Library Science. He additionally taught public library administration at the Pratt Institute Library School. On November 15, 1933, he was hired to work as the library director of the Yonkers Public Library.
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Under Will's direction, three branches of the Yonkers Public Library were built. These were the Coyne Park Branch, the Hudson Museum River Branch, and the Grassy Sprain Branch, which would later become known as the Grinton I. Will Library. Though already built, the Crestwood Library Branch building was enlarged. Bookmobiles were inaugurated by Will to provide library service to Yonkers residents who were not close to a library branch. With this service, Mr. Will hoped to provide library service to every part of Yonkers. This helped increase the circulation of materials. On December 19, 1961, a celebration was held for the one millionth book circulated. According to Grinton I. Will, by the time of his retirement in 1973, the Yonkers Public Library was the highest circulating library of its group (cities with a population between 100,000 and 250,000 people). Grinton was contacted by United States State Department about the possibility of using bookmobiles in Asia after World War Two. Though discussed, the plan was never implemented. Various programs were held at the Yonkers Public Library while Will was the director. These included a mock radio broadcast with Stan Z. Burns from 1010 WINS, a concert with National Symphony musicians Daniel Domb and Sidney Moore, a production of The Wizard of Oz, and doll story times. Grinton I. Will retired from the Yonkers Public Library on May 1, 1973 at the age of 70.
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Besides working as a library director, Grinton I. Will served as a deputy director of the Westchester Library System, a board member for the New York Library Association, and became the director of the American Library Association in 1955. He was given an honorary life membership to the Mamaroneck Public Library.
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