This collection includes the papers of Captain Edwin F. Greene, a master of the Baltimore coffee fleet in the late 19th-early 20th century. Includes many papers (receipts, payrolls, code books, accounts, manifestos, logs, etc.) relating to ships Capt. Greene mastered or inspected - such as "City of Montreal," "Grace Deering," "Hinkley," "Jason," "Julia," "Liberator," "Packet," "Rosella Smith," "West Gaven," "West Helix," and "Xenia." Many of these papers deal with voyages to South America. Also included are Capt. Greene's passports, certificates as a shipping master, letters of recommendation from shipping companies, postcards to his wife and daughter, notes relating to his employment by the shipping Board and as Marine Superintendent for France and Canada S.S. Corporation, etc. Also includes papers relating to his membership in the New York Marine Society. Some papers of Franklin Abbott Greene are included- mostly certificates of appointment in the Signal Corps of the U.S., WWI. Also included are some papers of the Woolford Family--letters to Capt. Stevens Woolford (Mid 19th cen.) Also newsclipping relating to Capt. E. F. Greene and also to the Baltimore coffee fleet.
- Greene, Edwin F., Capt., d. 1924 (Person)
Conditions Governing Access
This collection is open for research use.
Conditions Governing Use
The reproduction of materials in this collection may be subject to copyright restrictions. It is the responsibility of the researcher to determine and satisfy copyright clearances or other case restrictions when publishing or otherwise distributing materials found in the collections. For more information visit the MCHC’s Rights and Permissions page.
0.83 Linear Feet (2 full Hollinger boxes)
Language of Materials
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Gift of Mrs. F. A. Greene.
- Guide to the Greene papers
- Under Revision
- Description rules
- Describing Archives: A Content Standard
- Language of description
- Script of description
- Code for undetermined script
- Language of description note
- 2020-01-06: Manually entered into ArchivesSpace by Mallory Herberger.