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George Atkins Graham Jr. ’33

Published in Nov. 22, 1995, issue

George Graham died May 3, 1995, at Closter, N.J., where he had lived for many years.

He came to Princeton from the Hun School, played freshman hockey, and belonged to Tower Club.

George was in the wholesale hardware business throughout his business career, which he spent with the family business, John H. Graham and Co. in N.Y.C. He did a two-year tour with the Navy in WWII, ending up with the rank of q.m. 3/c. He was a pilot and a hang glider, a pastime he followed for many years. He was a strong supporter of the Natl. Wildlife Federation and of other environmental organizations.

He is survived by his wife, Emily, and his sister, Janet Van Alstyne. To them both we extend our sympathy.

The Class of 1933

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