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Date Span: 1917-2005
Extent 8 File Folders
Biographical Sketch: Mr. Greer grew up in Slocomb, AL, and served in
the US Navy in the mid 1950s. He worked as an airplane mechanic and retired from
a career in glass manufacturing to return to Midland City, AL, where he opened a
construction company. He writes items on local history for the Slocomb Town
Crier, the Hartford News, and the Slocomb Reaper-Ledger, as well as letters to
the editor of local newspapers.
Mr. Greer's father served in the US Army in World War I, then returned to Geneva
County, AL, where he worked in the lumber industry.
Scope / Content Note: Contains 10 scanned images of Levi Washington
Greer in WWI, Mike Greer as US sailor in mid 1950s, and various images of L.W.
Greer operating his lumber business. Also contains various articles and letters
published in local newspapers by Mike Greer, mostly on local historical
Organization / Arrangement: Organized into 2 series: 1. Photographs; 2. Articles.
Restrictions: Pending Donor Agreement
Date processed: Ongoing
Processed By: MTO
Series 1: Photographs, 1917-ca. 1954-55: Service portrait of
Levi Washington Greer, informal snapshot of Mike Greer as a sailor, and 6 images
of L. W. Greer's work as a logger and sawyer in Geneva County, Alabama.
Series 2: Articles, ca. 2005--Mike Greer's
articles about the history of Geneva County and his letters to the editors are
published by local newspapers.
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