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This is a diary kept by Andrew Jackson Greene from November 7, 1924 through February 18, 1925. He includes information about special visitors for chapel, such as Dr. Johnson from Elon College, as well as information about his daily activities. For example, Greene frequently recorded visits with Ralph Bingham, John Dugger, and many more. He also writes about his work at Appalachian Training School. He teaches sociology, and Latin. In addition to writing about his classes, he frequently writes about the school’s basketball games.

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Andrew Jackson Greene kept this diary from September 30 through December 18, 1925. He wrote on September 30th, that he wanted to record experiences that will give pleasure and information to others. His goal was to both amuse and to inform. In the diary he wrote about his visit with friends, daily chapel, and his work at Appalachian Training School. He also included information about the weather and community events.

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This diary was recorded from July 3, 1930 through September 14, 1930 by Andrew Jackson Greene. He wrote each day about the smallest details of his day. He recorded when people visited him, when he visited other people, when he traveled, what he taught, how his students were doing, how his family was, and the weather conditions that he faced that day.

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This diary was kept by Andrew Jackson Greene from August 17th through October 14th during the year of 1932. People name throughout this diary include but are not limited to L.D. Abernathy, Alice Cook, and Dr. Gary Hill. This diary includes the daily recordings of Greene about his everyday life such as what was happening at the college, how the weather was that day, and the well-being of his friends and neighbors that he visited.

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This diary was recorded by Andrew Jackson Greene from February 25 through May 6, 1936. In this diary Greene kept record of the weather, his daily activities such as church and school activities, and community events. People named in this diary include but aren’t limited to Alice Cook, Louise Abrams, President Dougherty, (president of Appalachian State Teachers College) Kate Huskins, Ed Cullens, and Hardin Dugger.

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This diary was recorded from November 15 through December 14, 1936. Greene wrote personal reflections and recorded his activities for each day. He provided information about the weather, the community at the time, and about specific people through his writings. He included information about local landmarks and locations, including Greene Inn, Boone Baptist Church, Appalachian State Teachers College, Cozy Nook, Vilas and Boone and many more.

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This diary was recorded by Andrew Jackson Greene. He wrote entries each day from April 29 through June 19, 1940. The diary is a collection of personal reactions to the events of each day. Topics include from church at Willowdale, visits from friends and neighbors, work at Appalachian State Teachers College, weather reports, and information about his daily travels. Some local places named in the diary include Boone Drug Company, Carolina Pharmacy, Hagaman Clinic, Greene Inn, and Jerry Wilson’s Barbershop. Community members named include but are not limited to Bertha Eller, C.C. Edminsten, Alice Cook, Martha Pennell, Louise Adams.

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One leaf typewritten on the front side. The document is in good physical condition. The document was laminated. The upper left corner, the lower right corner, and the lower left corner were folded into the laminate. There is a minor tear at the upper left edge. There are stains of unknown origin throughout the document. The document was vertically folded in half. There is a note handwritten in pencil at the upper right corner. There are three textual corrections handwritten in pencil. The informant citation follows the song text.

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