Alumni Records: Greene Residence Hall Collection

1988-2004
University Archives #UA70-16
Creator(s)
Physical description
2.5 Cubic Feet
Preferred Citation
[Item description]. Greene Residence Hall Collection. UA70-16, Box [number]. University Archives, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC.
Repository
East Carolina University Archives
Access
This collection is open for research use.

This collection contains scrapbooks, photographs, and artifacts from Greene Residence Hall.


Biographical/historical information

Since 1969, Greene Residence Hall has had the name Greene after Mary Hemphill Greene. Miss Greene became one of five English professors at East Carolina University in 1928. She died in a house fire in January of 1968, months before her planned summer retirement. When construction of Greene Residence Hall was completed in 1966, it became the tallest building in Greenville at that time. Greene was the first of three ten story high-rise residence halls built on west campus including White and Clement.


Scope and arrangement

This collection contains scrapbooks, photographs, and artifacts from Greene Residence Hall.


Administrative information
Copyright notice

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Related material

This collection is a part of Record Group 70: Alumni Records