Greene, Clay M.


Greene, Clay M.
(1850-1933)
   Clay Meredith Green was, according to his Variety obituary, the first American born in San Francisco. He presided as Shepherd of the Lambs for 12 years before returning to San Francisco, where he was the oldest member of the Bohemian Club. Among his 80 or so plays and musical librettos were such successes as M'liss (1878, based upon a Bret Harte story), Forgiven (1886), Bluebeard, Jr. (1889), Under the Polar Star (1896), A Man from the West (1900), and The Silver Slipper (1902).

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