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  • Collection: Dwight H. Green Collection
Large crowds fill the stage and auditorium for Dwight Green's inauguration as governor.
Members of the Illinois General Assembly march down the northeast walk of the statehouse on their way to the Illinois State Armory for Dwight H. Green's inauguration.
Dwight H. Green's car leads a line of automobiles in his inaugural parade.
Company C of the 130th Illinois Infantry marches in the 1941 inaugural parade for Governor Dwight H. Green.
The Commonwealth-Edison Drum and Bugle Corps marches in the inaugural parade for Dwight H. Green, taking place on Capitol Avenue, near 5th Street in Springfield.
Members of the 1941 Inaugural Committee, composed of members of both the Illinois House and Senate, stand at the Governor's Mansion in Springfield prior to the start of the parade for Dwight H. Green.
Dwight H. Green and his campaign manager, Ferre C. Watkins, arrive by train at the Alton depot for Green's inauguration as governor.
Governor Dwight H. Green (back left), Mabel Kingston Green (back right), Nancy Green (front left), and Gloria Green (front right), pose for a family photo on Inauguration Day.
Illinois Supreme Court Justice Walter T. Gunn (far left) and Illinois Speaker of the House Elmer Schnackenberg (left of Green) look on as Dwight H. Green takes the gubernatorial oath of office.
Governor Dwight H. Green (left) and his wife, Mabel Kingston Green (middle), sit with Illinois Inaugural Ball Chairman Edward T. Ryerson, Jr. (right), at the ball.On verso: "Green, Mrs. Green and Edward T. Ryerson, Jr., of Chicago, chairman of theā€¦
The Green family, including (l-r) Gloria Green (left), Governor Dwight H. Green (2nd from left), First Lady Mabel Kingston Green (2nd from right), and Nancy Green, enjoy a moment at home.
Illinois First Lady Mabel Kingston Green kisses her daughters, Gloria and Nancy, as they prepare to leave for school.
Nancy Green, the daughter of Governor Dwight H. Green and Mabel Kingston, sits on a couch and plays a board game.
Gloria Green, the daughter of Governor Dwight H. Green and Mabel Kingston, sits on a couch with her stuffed elephant.
Governor Dwight H. Green and his wife, Mabel Kingston, attend a dinner endorsing soybeans.
Illinois Governor Dwight H. Green sits next to his wife, Mabel Kingston, at an unidentified event.
Illinois First Lady Mabel Kingston Green stands beside a Trans World Airlines Air Freight plane at the 1946 Illinois State Fair.
Illinois First Lady Mabel Kingston Green combs her hair in the mirror while her daughter, Gloria, looks on.
Governor Dwight H. Green (right) presents the trophy for 1st place in the 1941 Air Tour, Private Class to Paul D. Fulk (middle), of Bethany. George C. Roberts, Secretary of the Illinois Aeronautics Commission stands to the left.
Dwight H. Green (back, left), Colonel Robert R. McCormick (back, right), and United States Senator C. Wayland Brooks (front, left), leave the State House on Republican Day at the Illinois State Fair.
Governor Dwight H. Green speaks to five unidentified girls next to a bust of Abraham Lincoln. On verso: "Gov. D. H. Green with Volk bust of Lincoln. Gift of Illinois to Liberia in honor of Centennial, 1938."
Dwight H. Green examines a piece of paper with George Bunn and Henry Converse. On verso: "State agrees to buy Sangamon County Courthouse 1945."
Dwight H. Green speaks at the podium at an event in Beardstown.
Dwight H. Green stands at the podium with his hands held in the air.
Governor Dwight H. Green poses for a portrait.On verso: "With Kindest Regards, Dwight W. Green."
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