Arthur H. Greenwood (January 31, 1880 - April 26, 1963) was an United States Representative (D) for Indiana for 2nd District from 1923-1933 and for the 7th District from 1933-1939. Greenwood was defeated in 1944.
The Baptist lawyer, farmer and banker graduated from the Indiana University Bloomington in 1905. He served in the member of the board of education for Washington, Indiana 1910-1916. As a lawyer, Greenwood was county attorney of Daviess County 1911-1915, then as prosecuting attorney for the forty-ninth judicial circuit 1916-1918.
He served in Congress from 1923 to 1939 and was majority whip in the seventy-third Congress.
He state in a number of commissions including:
member of George Rogers Clark Memorial Commission He lived in Bradenton, Florida and died in 1963 in Bethesda, Montgomery County, Maryland and buried in Washington, Indiana.