Guide to Research CollectionsOregon Historical Society
Papers: 1954-1974, 200 cubic feet.
The papers of Edith Green contain congressional papers and correspondence, photographs, and memorabilia. The collection is currently unprocessed; a preliminary inventory is available in the repository. Restricted.
Oral History: 1978, 1 audiocassette.
An interview with Representative Green in December 1978 regarding her career.
Papers: In the Donald E. Clark papers, 1963-1973, 22 boxes.
Correspondents include Edith Green. A finding aid is available in the repository. Restricted.
Lyndon B. Johnson Library
Oral History: 82 pages.
John F. Kennedy Library
Oral History: 14 pages.
Oral History: 33 pages.
Part of the Robert F. Kennedy Oral History Project.
Library of Congress
Oral History: Transcript in the Oral History Collection of the Association of Former Members of Congress.
Restricted. Sound recording in the Librarys Motion Picture, Broadcasting and Recorded Sound Division.
Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Harvard University
Oral History: 1974-1976, amount unknown.
An oral history interview of Edith Green by Katie Louchheim.
Papers: In the American Civil Liberties Union, Greater Philadelphia Branch Records. 1948-1966.
Persons represented include Edith Green.
University of Oregon Library
Papers: In the Crowe Girard Davidson Papers, 1956-1962, 18 cubic feet.
Correspondents include Edith Green. An inventory is available in the library.
Papers: In the Karl William Onthank Papers, 1950-1967, 24 cubic feet.
Congressional correspondence regarding conservation issues. Onthank was active in conservation organizations on the Pacific Coast, particularly in Oregon. Finding aid in repository.
Papers: In the Oregon Democratic Party Records, 1954-1966, 6 cubic feet.
Correspondents include Edith Green. A finding aid is available in the repository.
University of Washington Library
Manuscripts and University Archives Division
Papers: In the Fern Gage Papers, 1933-1967, 8 feet.
Correspondents include Edith Green. An unpublished inventory is available in the library.
Papers: In the Northwest Public Power Association Records, 1940-1972, 16.5 cubic feet.
The records include correspondence and materials regarding legislation and lobbying efforts with congressional delegations from the Northwest. A finding aid is available in the repository.