Cecil H. Green papers, 1901-2003 1920-1993.


Cecil H. Green papers, 1901-2003 1920-1993.

This collection is arranged in fourteen series for a total of 54.1 linear feet, and covers from 1913 to 1998. The types of documents within this collection include correspondence, diaries, photographs, videos, financial records, and three dimensional objects.

54.1 linear ft.

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Green, Cecil Howard, 1900-2003

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Cecil H. and Ida M. Green are best known for philanthropy. Beginning in 1950 they gave millions of dollars to various institutions and organizations, and by 1988 their donations amounted to more than $150 million. In addition to financial gifts, they served as chairpersons on various fund raising events that helped generate many more millions of dollars from other donors. The Greens were not always millionaires. They started out on a modest income, and through hard work ...

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