Historian, university professor. Born– August 14, 1930, Andalusia. Parents–Arthur Green and Pearl Fryar Jones. Married– 1953. Children– Three. Education– Auburn University, B.S., 1951, M.A., 1953; University of Alabama, Ph.D., 1964. Taught for the overseas branch of the University of Maryland, 1955-1956; Montgomery Center, University of Alabama, 1959-1960; Furman University, 1960-1966; Auburn University, 1966-1991; Archivist, Auburn University. Member; Board of Advisors, Alabama Historical Commission; Southern History Association; Society of American Archivists; Organization of American Historians; Oral History Association; American Association for State and Local History; contributor to historical journals. Awarded emeritus status on his retirement from Auburn University in 1991.


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