The Betty L. Greek Manuscript Collection
Conditions Governing Access
There are no restrictions on access to the Betty L. Greek Manuscript Collection. The papers are available for review according to the normal rules of the Seminary Archives and Special Collections.
Biographical / Historical
The Betty L. Greek manuscript collection was given to the Princeton Theological Seminary Libraries in December of 1999. Ms. Greek was born in Kunkle, Ohio on August 17, 1921, graduated from Ohio State University in 1943; received her Master of Arts in 1945; received her Master of Religious Education degree from Princeton Seminary in 1954. She was a teacher in the Ohio Public Schools from 1943 - 1948 and a teacher in the House in the Pines School in Norton, MA from 1948 - 1951. She took her Master of Library Science degree in 1974 and worked as a media specialist in the public schools of Edgerton, Ohio from 1975 until 1988. She died March 31, 1999 in Bryan, Ohio.
1.25 Linear Feet (One carton)
Language of Materials
- The Betty L. Greek Manuscript Collection
- William O. Harris and Christine B. Deming
- January 2000
- Description rules
- Describing Archives: A Content Standard
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