Portrait of John M. Grosvenor, Jr.

  • Portrait of John M. Grosvenor, Jr.
  • Portrait of John M. Grosvenor, Jr. John Milton Grosvernor, Jr. was born in Woburn in 1864. He attended M.I.T. and became a chemist. Married Lilian Pitman Munson of Swampscott in 1894. Grosvenor was a junior member of the firm J.M. Grosvenor & Co., importers and manufacturing chemists, which was founded in 1868. He was the president and treasurer of the Annals Publishing Co., publishers of the Annals of Gynecology and Pediatry former chairman of the Republican Town Committee, park commissioner, a member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives (1904-05) and a member of the Massachusetts State Senate in 1906. Grosvenor was also an Essex County Commissioner beginning in 1907, a trustee of the Essex County Agricultural School.--from "Who's who in New England," edited by Albert Nelson Marquis, 1916.
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  • 1904


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