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Collection Overview

Title: Linda L. Green Papers, 1974-2018Add to your cart.
ID: 01/ AR006
Primary Creator: Green, Linda L. (1946-)
Extent: 12.0 Boxes
Arrangement: This series is arranged chronologically and alphabetically according to the contents of each box.
Date Acquired: 04/11/2008. More info below under Accruals.
Subjects:
Forms of Material: Nonfiction novels

Abstract

This collection contains papers and photographs related to the life and career of retired Lieutenant Colonel Linda L. Green.

Scope and Contents of the Materials

Materials in this collection consist of cards, writings, personal papers, and official documents. Included with Green's personal correspondence are several Christmas cards and birthday cards, as well as letters from friends, family members, and colleagues. Photographs are also included in this collection.

Collection Historical Note

Linda L. Green is a retired military officer who has membership in various societies. Among these, she has held membership or is affiliated with the United States Daughters of 1812, the Daughters of the American Revolution and the Daughters of the Union Veterans of the Civil War. She served a term as president of the National Society of the United States Daughters of 1812 in the District of Columbia in 2005 (the final date mentioned in this collection is 2009). These societies have a commitment to preserving the memories of those soldiers of past conflicts through dedication ceremonies and other publicized events. These papers document much of the activities of these groups.

In addition to her work in military and veterans societies, Linda L. Green is a published author. The first draft for her book First, For the Duration about the 8th Alabama Infantry is included with this collection, as well as her other publication, Logistics Engineering. Green has written articles for Alabama Genealogical Society, United Daughters of the Confederacy Magazine and The Ripley County Heritage. She has also compiled agricultural census data and marriage records for many states in the south for periods throughout the 1800s.

Linda L. Green was born on September 12, 1946. She received a B.A. in History and an M.A. in History from East Carolina University. Prior to joining the Army, she was an Assistant Professor of History at Jackson State College in Jackson, Mississippi. She is a graduate of many logistics courses from the Army Logistics Management Center, the Naval War College and the Army Command and General Staff College. She was also in the history department at the United States Military Academy at West Point.

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Access Information

Access Restrictions:

This collection is not restricted.

Use Restrictions:

Reproduction and publication of materials in this collection are subject to the policies of the UNT Special Collections department. Copyright restrictions may apply.

Physical Access Note:

This collection is stored off-site and requires a minimum of 24 hours notice prior to use.

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Administrative Information

Repository: University of North Texas Special Collections
Accruals: Accruals: 2008-008, 2012-022, 2016-040, 2018-015
Acquisition Source: Linda L. Green
Acquisition Method: Gift
Preferred Citation: Linda L. Green Papers, University of North Texas Special Collections
Finding Aid Revision History: December 2018 by Nicole Yatsonsky - added Box 12, updated collection Dates

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