New York Times

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William B. Greenfield, a partner in the S. Harra Fur Company, died on Saturday of a heart ailment in his home at 152 East Ninety-Fourth Street. His age was 61.
Until a few years ago when he became associated with the Harra concern, Mr. Greenfield was with Leo D. Greenfield & Co., furriers, founded by his grandfather a century ago in Germany and transferred to this country by his father in 1870.
Born in New York, he was a veteran of the first World War and a member of the Order of Foresters.
Surviving are his widow, Flora, and two daughters, Nell and Anne.

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