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Upstate alumnus Dr. Murray Grossman unveils FDR historical marker
Upstate alumnus Dr. Murray Grossman, left, and Dan Hurley, assistant vice president for government and community relations, unveil a historical marker that highlights President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s role in laying the cornerstone of what is now Weiskotten Hall, home of Upstate Medical University’s College of Medicine. Grossman attended the cornerstone ceremony 75 years ago, on Sept, 29, 1936.
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