Student, University Washington, 1935. Bachelor, University San Francisco, 1952. Master of Fine Arts, University Guana Guato, Mexico, 1963.
Doctor of Humane Letters, Tulane University, 1987.
Camp director Camp Tapawingo, Sequim, Washington, 1951-1953. Teacher San Rafael Military Academy, 1952-1964. Camp director Marin County Camp Fire Girls, San Rafael, California, 1954-1956.
Expedition director Tulane University, New Orleans, since 1962. Teacher Monterey (California) Penninsula College, 1974-1976, Robert Louis Stevenson School, Pebble Beach, California, 1967-1976. Executive director Pre-Columbian Art Research Institute, San Francisco, since 1971.
Adjunct curator Her Majesty de Young Memorial Art Museum, San Francisco, since 1991, committee member pre-Columbian art, since 1990. Research associate Middle American Research Institute/Tulane University, New Orleans, since 1976, University California Archaeol. Research Facility, Berkeley, since 1982, California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco, since 1985.
Director Archaeol. Recording Maya Art in Mexico, Gualemala, Belize, Honduras, since 1962.
Fellow American Association for the Advancement of Science, The Explorers Club, Society for American Archaeology. Member 47th International Congress Americanists (honorary vice president 1992), American Anthropol. Association, Association de Artistes Mougins.
Married Wallace McNeill Greene, December 2, 1936 (divorced September 1950). Children: Barbara Merle Greene Metzler, David Wallace Greene. Married Lawrence William Robertson, December 19, 1966 (deceased May 1981).