Mayor of Billings in 1890 and from 1895-1897. Announcement of his appointment as Mayor in Billings Gazette on December 3, 1890. Theo Griggs, a brother, described in detail visiting George A. Griggs, his brother, in the 1890s - See Early Day Resident Recalls Life, Billings Gazette, August 14, 1955, second section. George worked at Bank of Billings with Edward Bailey. George Griggs was a charter member of the Billings Municipal Band in 1884. On the city's first bowling team in 1902 - See Bowling, Like Topsy, Billings Gazette, April 5, 1942. George A. Griggs moved to Butte in 1904 to work in the new Yegen Brothers Bank on West Park Street. Mrs. Griggs was involved with the Montana State Federation of Women's Clubs and attended the meeting in Billings in October, 1908.
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Billings Gazette on December 3, 1890. See Early Day Resident Recalls Life, Billings Gazette, August 14, 1955, second section. See Bowling, Like Topsy, Billings Gazette, April 5, 1942.
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