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Flora Hartley Greene

Flora Hartley Greene, American home economist. Member General Federal of Women’s.

Background

  • Greene, Flora Hartley was born on July 9, 1865 in Yankeetown, Indiana, United States. Daughter of Daniel and Amanda (Taylor) Hartley.

  • Education

    • Graduate Indiana State Normal School, 1890. Bachelor of Arts, Leland Stanford Junior U., 1895. Master of Sciences, University of Missouri, 1909.

    Career

    • Charles W. Greene, of Palo Alto, California, August 7, 1895. Children—Carl Hartley, Helen Hartley, Harold Hartley. Assistant curator Zoological Museum, Stanford, 1894-1896.

      Assistant in bionomics, same university, 1898-1900. Removed to Columbia, Missouri, 1900. Special agent United States Children’s Bureau, 1917-1920.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Democrat

    Membership

    Member General Federal of Women’s. Clubs: Fortnightly. Readers, Tuesday. Writer or zoological, social and home economics topics.

    Connections

    • Married Professor; children: Carl Hartley, Helen Hartley, Harold Hartley.
    • father: Daniel Hartley
    • mother: Amanda (Taylor) Hartley
    • spouse: Professor
    • children: Carl Hartley Greene
    • Helen Hartley Greene
    • Harold Hartley Greene
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