Green, William M. (1929- )
Scope:
The William Green collection includes manuscripts, correspondence, printed materials, diaries and journals, photographs, and other items.

Collected novel manuscripts—often accompanied by holograph notes and working drafts—include Avery’s Fortune, The Man Who Called Himself Devlin, Ford’s Ending, See How They Run, Spencer’s Bag, The Romanov Connection, Two By Two, Spencer’s Bag, and Nell. The Volunteers (a screen treatment), assorted poems, screenplays (A Charmed Life, Never Say Die, Statistics), and Wild Indians (a memoir) are also present. 

The collection’s correspondence primarily concerns contracts and publishing efforts. A telegram and copies of letters Green sent to his parents during college are included, as well.

Printed materials in the collection consist of an issue of Wide World in which Green is featured; an issue of L’Atlantique; and pamphlets on Paris and the Bath hot springs.

Collected diaries and journals, both holograph and typescript, document Green’s travels to Italy, England, Greece, Turkey, Hawaii, and more between 1991 and 2006.

The collection includes black and white photographs of Green with his wife and son, as well as color prints from the Queen Elizabeth II cruise.

Miscellaneous items in the collection include a map of Paris, luggage tags, ticket stubs, and travel documents from Green’s Queen Elizabeth II cruise.
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Notable Figures
1. Green, William M. (William Mark), 1929-
Associated Subjects
1. Mystery and Suspense Fiction Subject Guide
2. Literary Collections Subject Guide
3. Authors, American
4. Detective and mystery stories
5. American literature--20th century
6. Fiction