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Conditions Governing Use
Copying. Papers may be copied in accordance with the library's usual procedures.
6 linear feet ((6 cartons) plus 1 folio+ folder, 1 oversized folder, 1 supersize folder, 1 folio photograph folder)
Collection also includes the papers of Katrine R. C. Greene (Joy Greene's sister) regarding her work for United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation in North Africa (UNRRA) and refugees in China.
Some folder titles are those of the Greene family but the majority have been added by the archivist for ease of access.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
The Greene family papers were given to the Schlesinger Library as an unrestricted gift in August and September 1975 (Accession numbers 75-262, 75-307) by Joy Greene Sweet and John S.C. Morgan. Additional materials were given to the Schlesinger Library in October 1979 by Joy Greene Sweet (Accession number 79-M235) via Yale University Library and in January 1980 by John Singleton Copley Morgan (Accession number 80-M1). This preliminary inventory was prepared with funds provided by NEH (Grant no. RC-24669-76-987).
- FCGM = Francesca Copley Gorene Morgan
- GS = Gaetano Salvemini
- HCG = Henry Copley Greene
- JG = Joy Greene Sweet
- KRCG = Katrine Rosalind Copley Greene
- n.d. = no date
- RCC = Richard Clarke Cabot
- UNNRA = United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation in North Africa
- Carton 1: Folders 1-24
- Carton 2: Folders 25-69
- Carton 3: Folders 70-96
- Carton 4: Folders 97-140
- Carton 5: Folders 141-180
- Carton 6: Folders 181-205
By: Nora Murphy
- Green family. Papers of the Green family, 1835-1974: A Finding Aid
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