Amy was the older Hewitt sister who chose to marry and have children. Known for her sweet temper and practical sense of responsibility, Amy played a major role in the initial planning and collecting for the new teaching museum, honoring the wishes of her grandfather. As Mrs. James O. Green, she remained a generous donor to the Museum.

We have 51 objects that Mrs. James O. Green has been involved with.

We know 9 people that Mrs. James O. Green is related to.

  • This person is a grandparent of James.
  • This person is involved with 3 objects in our collection.
  • Sarah Cooper Hewitt
  • American, 1859–1930.
  • A dynamic personality with an educated eye for design.
  • This person is a sibling of James.
  • This person is involved with 7874 objects in our collection.
  • This person is a sibling of James.
  • This person is involved with 7079 objects in our collection.
  • Mrs. John Innes Kane
  • American, d. 1926.
  • A scion engaged in philanthropy, amateur science, and world travel.
  • This person is a friend of James.
  • This person is involved with 346 objects in our collection.
  • Erskine Hewitt
  • American, 1871–1938.
  • Lawyer, philanthropist, and collector of Americana.
  • This person is a sibling of James.
  • This person is involved with 2643 objects in our collection.
  • Mrs. Abram S. Hewitt
  • American, 1830–1912.
  • Mother of the museum’s founders, Eleanor and Sarah Hewitt.
  • This person is a parent of James.
  • This person is involved with 55 objects in our collection.

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