Hamilton Greene in England 1944Stephanie Strong
My mother was a Red Cross staff Aide at the US 188th Geneal Hospital in Cirencester in 1944 when she met Hamilton Greene as he was recovering from a war wound. He was well thought of by the hospital staff and they were sorry to see him go. My mother described him in her war diary as distinguished but boyish,and that he had a sense of civic obligation, with great integrity and charm.
On A Fair Green MountainJohn & Theresa Chaffee
Hamilton Greene did a painting for an article written by Miriam Chapin in the Summer 1955 edition of Vermont Life Magazine. The title of the article was On A Fair Green Mountain, a personal adventure in Vermont Summer living. I am so very interested in finding the whereabouts of this painting. It was Miriam Chapin's home at the time of the article, and has been our home since 1983. I would be so appreciative of any information on where I may find this painting. Thank you.
I met Hamilton Greene in Vermont during the late 1950's. I was a friend of his sons and often wondered what happened to his family. At the time I was not aware of the value of the magnificent beautiful art work he had in his study and home. His home was in a beautiful setting, nestled in the mountains.
Hamilton GreeneBarbara Melhado
Am interested in pictures of Vermont painted by Hamilton Greene -- mostly of the farm he owned there. Several of these pictures appeared in Vermont Life magazine. Please contact me if you know of the whereabouts of any of these pictures. Thank you
Vermont WrestlersKen Pfrenger
I am trying to find a graphic study of Vermont Collar and Elbow wrestlers that was done by hamilton Greene. Edward Morrow-Wilson included a page of it in his "Magnificent Scufflers" book. Any help locating such a manuscript would be much appreciated.