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"Mary E. Green Died October 8; Remains Shipped to Duluth", 1974

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 12

Scope and Contents

Newpaper clipping containing an obiturary for Mary E. Green. An excerpt reads as follows:

After moving to St. Paul, she was employed by Toni Division of the Gillette Company. She had been retired from that company for four years. Mrs. Green was a member of Pilgrim Baptist Church of St. Paul, the Ernest Workers Club of that church; Atomic and Chemical Workers Local AFL and CIO, AARP; the Birthday Club and a garden society.

She is survived by a sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Joesph T. (Marjorie) Wilkins and a nephew, Alan P. Wilkins.


  • 1974

Conditions Governing Access

Restrictions regarding access to the physcial materials are in place due to COVID precautions.


From the Collection: 1 Volumes (33 pages, front and back.) : his spineless scrapbook is bound together with a singular brown cord. The scrapbook has a white front and back cover with gold-color detailing. The front cover has the words "Scrap Book" printed in gold-color lettering in the lower right corner. There are three strips of adhesives located on the outside of the scrapbook, where a plastic covering was attached. The plastic cover has been removed, due to discoloration. The pages of the scrapbook are plain, thick construction-type paper. To this paper, photographs and other graphic materials have been attached through various methods, such as tape, glue, staples and clips. Photographs have some fading and discoloration, otherwise the condition is good. General condition of the scrapbook is good. There are 33 pages in total. ; Outer-most dimensions are approx. 12.25 inches x 12.25 inches x 1.25 inches.

Language of Materials

From the Collection: English

Repository Details

Part of the Hallie Q. Brown Community Archives Repository

270 N. Kent Street
Saint Paul MN 55102 USA