Cecil H. Green
Cecil H. Green Library
The Cecil H. Green Library (commonly known as Green Library) is the main library on the Stanford University campus and is part of the SUL system. It is named for Cecil H. Green.
Vivian H. H. Green
Vivian Hubert Howard Green (18 November 1915 – 18 January 2005) was a Fellow and Rector of Lincoln College, Oxford, a priest, author, teacher, and historian. He was also celebrated for his influence on his student John le Carré, who in 1995 acknowledged him as one of the models for his spymaster character George Smiley.
Thomas H. Green
Thomas Henry Green (April 22, 1889 – March 27, 1971) was an American military officer with the rank of major general, who served as Judge Advocate General of the United States Army from 1945 to 1949.
Jonathan H. Green
Jonathan Harrington Green (1813–1887) was an American gambler, inventor, writer and later reformer in New York City during the early-to mid 19th century. In his youth, he was known as one of the most skilled card players in the United States. Following his retirement from gambling in 1842, he became an active crusader against illegal gambling and was responsible for enacting anti-gambling laws in several states.
M. L. H. Green