Student Brown University, 1878-1879. Bachelor of Philosophy, Boston University, 1881.
He is reported to have assigned every reporter on the staff to cover the 1911 murder of Avis Linnell by Clarence Richeson. The Boston Post created a media sensation that ran daily for months until the execution of Richeson. Grozier was born at sea near San Francisco, his father was a sea captain and native of Provincetown, Massachusetts.
He graduated from Boston University in 1881, and workeed at both the Boston Herald and Boston Globe.
He served as Governor George Doctorate. Robinson"s private secretary, and later as private secretary to Joseph Pulitzer. He later became the first city editor of the New York Evening World, and later its editor-in-chief
He took over the Boston Post in October 1891. He died at his home on Brattle Street in Cambridge on May 9, 1924, after having written two editorials that day.
Married Alice G. Goodell, November 26, 1885.