MS Am 1864.2
Greene, Roger Sherman, 1881-1947. Roger Sherman Greene additional papers, 1898-1925:
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Call No.: MS Am 1864.2
Repository: Houghton Library, Harvard Library, Harvard University
Creator: Greene, Roger Sherman, 1881-1947.
Title: Roger Sherman Greene additional papers,
Quantity: 1 collection (.5 linear feet (1 box)
Abstract: Greene was an American diplomat and medical administrator in China. Collection includes
correspondence with Greene family and miscellany concerning the Japan earthquake of
87M-74. Manuscripts presented by: Katherine Greene Owens, 209 Orangewood Lane, Largo, Florida 34640; received 1987 November.
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Roger Sherman Greene Additional Papers, 1898-1925 (MS Am 1864.2). Houghton Library,
Greene was an American diplomat, foundation official, and medical administrator in
Arranged alphabetically by author.
Correspondence with members of Greene family and miscellany concerning the Japan earthquake
of 1923. Correspondents include: Daniel Crosby Greene, Mary Jane Forbes Greene, Evarts
Boutell Greene, and Katherine Greene.
- (1). Greene, Daniel Crosby, 1843-1913. 50 letters to Roger Sherman Greene; 1898-1904.
Items 11, 42, and 47 are incomplete; for remainder of item 42 see (2) item 40.
- (2). Greene, Mary Jane (Forbes), d.1910. 46 letters to Roger Sherman Greene; 1898-1904.
Item 40 includes part of a letter from Daniel Crosby Greene, (1) item 42.
- (3). Greene, Roger Sherman, 1881-1947. 50 letters to Evarts B. Greene; 1902.
- (4). Greene, Roger Sherman, 1881-1947. 13 letters to Kate Greene; 1923-1925.
Item 13 is addressed to his family.
- (5). Greene, Roger Sherman, 1881-1947. 1 letter to [ ]. 1923.
Report on Japan earthquake.
- (6). Downes. From Miss Downes and Mrs. MacMillan of Peking Union Medical College. TS. with MS. annotation; [n.p., 1923]. 7s (7p.)
Text of a speech on the Japan earthquake.
- (7). [ ], Eva.First letter from Eva. TS. (mimeograph); "Empress of Canada" En route from Kobe to Shanghai, 7 Sep 1923. 3s (3p.)
Letter to "Mother", about Japan earthquake.