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Male, US, born 1870-01-23, died 1954-10-02

Associated with the firms network

Greene and Greene, Architects; Greene, Henry Mather, Architect


Professional History

Résumé

Partner, Greene and Greene, Architects, Pasadena, CA, 1893-1922. In 1904, Thurston's Resident and Business Directory of Greater Pasadena, 1904, (p. 142), indicated that the Greene and Greene office was located in Los Angeles.

Principal, Henry Mather Greene, Architect, Pasadena, CA, 1922- ;

Greene & Greene Architectural Records and Papers Collection, ca. 1896-ca. 1963, Columbia University, Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library, New York, NY, See http://www.columbia.edu/cu/lweb/eresources/archives/avery/greene/ (Accessed 06/19/2008)

Personal

Relocation

Born in Ohio, Henry Mather Greene got married in IL, and moved to CA c. 1893.

in 1900, his household included his mother-in-law, Charlotte Whitledge, (born c. 1851 in NY); Whitledge's parents also came from NY; Henry resided in Los Angeles in 1902, according to the Pasadena City Directory of 1902 (p. 99), while his brother Charles lived at 787 Hudson Avenue in Pasadena. In 1904-1907, he lived at 146 Bellefontaine Street in Pasadena. (SeeThurston's Resident and Business Directory of Greater Pasadena, 1904, p. 142, 1907, p. 201.)

Henry Mather Greene died in Los Angeles County, CA, at the age of 84;

Parents

His father, Thomas Sumner Greene (born 09/1842 in OH) was a physician; his father came from RI, his mother, MA; Henry Mather Greene's mother's maiden name was Lelia A. Mather (born 11/1844 in VA); her parents came from VA; in 1900, Thomas S., Lelia and Charles Sumner Greene all lived in Pasadena, CA, (in Precinct 1) at 848 Colorado Street, next door to Henry Mather Greene and his wife, Emeline, at 834. In 1920, Thomas and Lelia lived at 774 Earlham Street, Pasadena, CA; According to the 1930 Census, Thomas S. and Lelia Greene lived on Monte Verde Street in Carmel, CA, and had been married 62 years. Charles Sumner Greene also lived in Carmel at this time. Henry Mather Greene was 15 months younger than his brother, Charles Sumner.

Spouse

Henry Mather Greene married Emeline Augusta Dart, born c. 1877 in IL; they married on 08/22/1893 in Rock Island County, IL. Her parents came from PA and NY.

Children

Henry Mather Greene and Emeline Dart had four children in 1920: three sons, Henry D. (born c. 1901 in CA), W. Sumner (born c. 1907), and Elbert M. (born c. 1911 in CA) and a daughter, Isabel H. (born c. 1908 in CA);



Associated Locations

  • Pasadena, CA (Architect's Death)
    Pasadena, CA

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PCAD id: 58


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