Grahm Junior College was one of the largest and most successful 2-year colleges in Boston. It was a fully accredited (NEASC) college offering both the Associate of Science and Associate in Applied Science degrees. It's School of Communications was recognized nationally as producing some of the best on-air and off-air talent. The college consisted of three schools, Communications, Liberal Arts and Business. At its peak, it had 1,250 enrolled students. Founded in 1950, it graduated approximately 5,000 students over its 29 year tenure. Grahm was located in Kenmore Square and was one of the few residential 2-year schools in the United States.
Purpose of this Site
This site is the central information point for Alumni, Faculty and Staff. It provides facilities for networking, organizing reunions, history of the school, copies of yearbooks,
We are working to be the most authoritative source of information about our college. We are always looking for information on the school, people, places, photographs, audio, video, stories and memoribilia.
Web Site Contributors
We're a bunch of Alumni trying to keep us all together after all these years. Without a physical place to call home, without an alumni relations office, we have made this site site our virtual "home".
Reunions Joanne Peterson '71
Cynthia Mace Arnett '71
Lizzy Maxwell Harris
Webmaster Emeritus Matt Hasson
Facebook Craig Borchard
Larry Coviello '71
Yearbooks: Diane DiVittorio Strauss, '75
Scott Smith '72
Steve Martin '71
Suanne Rosen, '71
Gloria Sligh, '70
Fred Paine, '67
Photography Rich Lippincott, and many others
Graphics, Artwork Ata Kirmani
Bill Tarkulich '75
Jack Nasson Director, 1955-1970
Matt Hasson, '78
Dr. Barry Cronin, Dean of Students, Communications Chairman
Dick Walsh, Director of Engineering
Store Doug Neatour
A note from Matt Hasson, Webmaster, 2000 to 2012
I first started this website in 2000 based on material I wrote for a TV production project I worked on when I was at Grahm. I was given access to the schools archives which contained memorabilia from the Hotel Kenmore and early publicity releases from the Cambridge School. Additional research material I obtained at the City of Boston Buildings Department and the Boston Public Library. I’ve had hundreds of people sign the guest book since I launched the page on AOL. Now that original site is no longer, I hope to get more "Grahmites" reunited at this new location. I’ve decided to streamline this new site somewhat by putting all the photos in a photo gallery on Google Picasa. The guestbook remains with its many entries going back to 2001.
Bill Tarkulich, Webmaster