Andrew Jackson Greene recorded this diary from April 23st through July 2nd during the year of 1930. He writes of each visitor he has, of those who he visits. He also admits that as a teacher, visitors bring about much anxiety. He also writes of the weather, how rainy, foggy days can affect his mood. Most of his writing is related to Appalachian State Normal School and the local churches such as Boone Baptist, Cove Creek Church, and Willowdale Baptist Church.
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