Vernon Green (May 1, 1937 – December 24, 2000) was leader of the rhythm and blues band The Medallions. He wrote the 1954 song "The Letter" which contained the nonsense lyric, "the puppetutes of love." According to an interview with Green, puppetutes was "A term I coined to mean a secret paper-doll fantasy figure [thus puppet], who would be my everything and bear my children."Green died on December 24, 2000, in Los Angeles, California, from complications of a stroke he suffered earlier that year.
A Lakeland Bridge
Oil Painting by Colin Green showing a group of four dogs in a stream. Some are awimming, others stand on the side.
An illustration of an old brick built house. It has three eaves and a small wall around it.
Cyril Holt Green was a Conservative who was first elected to Bilston Borough Council in 1937, becoming mayor in November 1945. Professionally, Green was an estate agent, based in Lichfield Street, Bilston. One of the first official duties he performed was the Armistice Day...
Watercolour painting by Amos Green showing a landscape near Skipton. Part of a castle can be seen on the hill top. A road in the foreground crosses over a bridge. Two figures and a dog walk along this road.
On the banks at Durham. The part called Gunners Pool. (2nd drawing) Watercolour painting by Amos Green showing a view of the Gunners Pool at Durham. A path runs along side the river. Two figure walk along the path. Cliffs line the right side of the path.
Watercolour painting by Amos Green showing Keswick Lake with mountains in the distance. Two figures are going out onto the lake on a boat.
Watercolour painting by Amos Green showing a cascade in Bolton Park. The waterfall is in the background. The river flows through tree covered hills.
Watercolour painting by Amos Green showing a view of a river near Bolton Abbey. The river meanders through the tree filled valley. Two figures are fishing to the left.