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Jacob Andrew Greenlee Collection

Descriptive Summary:
Title: Jacob Andrew Greenlee Collection
Span Dates: 1963-2011
ID No: Sc2013-093
Creator: Beth Feather
Extent: 1 box
Language: English
Repository: West Virginia State Archives, Charleston
Abstract: Books - Jacob Andrew Greenlee was born and raised on a farm in Mason County. He taught at Union School in Mason County before moving to Charleston, where he was employed by the Kanawha and West Virginia Railroad Company, the Baird Hardware Company, and the Capitol City Supply Company. Greenlee also served as the general superintendent of the Central Methodist Church Sunday School for more than twenty years, and serve as a delegate to the Methodist Northeastern Jurisdictional Conference in 1940 and the General Conference in 1956. In 1958 he was named Methodist Layman of the Year of the West Virginia Conference. He wrote and published poetry and several books on his childhood.
Processor: Joe Geiger

When I Was A Boy (1963), by J. A. Greenlee
Rhymes and Reasons (1967), by J. A. Greenlee
Yesterday and the Day Before (1969), by J. A. Greenlee
Poems of Inspiration and Information (1978), by J. A. Greenlee
The Tale of the Red Coat (printed 2010), by J. A. Greenlee
Poems About the Books of the Bible (printed 2011), by J. A. Greenlee
Recollections of Henry William Greenlee (printed 1978), by Henry William Greenlee (father of Jacob Andrew Greenlee)

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