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105_Vol85_1932_0304_1932_0504R.pdf
This diary was recorded by Andrew Jackson Greene from March 4 through May 4, 1932. Greene recorded information about the weather, the falls on icy streets and the damage due to strong winds. He also included information about local churches such as…


105_Vol86_1932_0505_1932_0629R.pdf
Recorded from May 5 through June 29, 1932, this diary gives information on Appalachian State Teachers college, the weather, the community, and the daily social life of Andrew Jackson Greene. Greene wrote a record of his daily activities, this…


105_Vol91_1933_0610_1933_0727R.pdf
Recorded by Andrew Jackson Greene, this diary is from June 10 through July 27, 1933. In the pages of this diary, one will find Greene’s writings about the weather, the churches, the community members, and the details of his home life. One will find…


105_Vol97_1934_0516_1934_0729bR.pdf
In this diary, Greene includes the usual weather reports, writings about the college, and community information. Upon not feeling well, Greene took time to arrange his diaries. At this point he had “almost 100 composition books filled with current…


105_Vol102_1935_0513_1935_0723R.pdf
This diary was recorded by Andrew Jackson Greene from May 13 through July 23, 1935. Greene included information about his work, the farm, his family, and mostly of his travels. He frequently traveled to Cozy Nook, Boone, Vilas, and Brushy Fork.


105_Vol105_1935_1215_1936_0224R.pdf
This diary was recorded by A.J. Greene from December 15, 1935 through February 24, 1936. A.J. Greene kept record of important community events such as community celebrations of holidays, church information, such as the number at Sunday School and the…


105_Vol106_1936_0225_1936_0506R.pdf
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…


105_Vol107_1936_0507_1936_0717R.pdf
Recorded from May 7 through July 17, 1936, by Andrew Jackson Greene, this diary includes personal reflections from Greene, updates on events of the time, and valuable information about the communities in Watauga County and the Appalachian State…


105_Vol109_1936_0825_1936_1003R.pdf
This diary was recorded by A.J. Greene from August 25 through October 3, 1936. Inside the diary one will find information about the community such as school events, happenings at the courthouse, or church events. One will also find information about…


105_Vol110_1936_1004_1936_1015R.pdf
This diary is a daily recollection of events through the eyes of Andrew Jackson Greene. It was recorded from October 4 through October 15, 1936. He frequently wrote about the weather, the churches he went to, and his work at the Appalachian State…


105_Vol115_1937_0203_1937_0222R.pdf
This diary was written by Andrew Jackson Greene from February 3 through February 22 1937. He included information about the cold winter weather, travel records to places such as Johnson City and Boone, current events such as the Roosevelt’s proposal…


105_Vol119_1937_0514_1937_0602R.pdf
This diary was recorded by Andrew Jackson Greene from May 14th through June 2nd, during the year of 1937. Each day he wrote a reflection of his actions and record of the weather, the meetings, and special events attended. He wrote often about his…


105_Vol127_1937_1223_1938_0116R.pdf
This diary was recorded by Andrew Jackson Greene from December 23, 1937 through January 16, 1938. This diary is composed of personal memoirs and daily records from Andrew Jackson Greene. These records provide information about the local Watauga…


105_Vol131_1938_0317_1938_0403R.pdf
This diary was recorded from March 17 through April 3, 1938 by Andrew Jackson Greene. Included in this diary are personal reflections, weather records, and details of conversations held long ago. These elements provide a unique look into the life of…


105_Vol137_1938_0730_1938_0817R.pdf
This diary was recorded from July 30 through August 17, 1938 by Andrew Jackson Greene. Greene recorded all of his innermost thoughts about the day. He recorded rare sightings, conversations that he recalled, how he slept, what he thought about the…


105_Vol143_1938_1224_1939_0216R.pdf
Andrew Jackson Greene recorded this diary from December 24, 1938 through February 16, 1939. Greene included information about his family and their traditions, the local news, the daily weather report, his friends, Appalachian State Teachers College,…


105_Vol147_1939_0729_1939_0921R.pdf
This diary was recorded by Andrew Jackson Greene from July 29 through September 21, 1939. His entries give insight into his church life at Willowdale, his work at Appalachian State Teachers College, and community and local events. Locals named in…


105_Vol153_1940_0620_1940_0808R.pdf
This diary was written from June 20 through August 8, 1940 by Andrew Jackson Greene. Daily entries are composed of Greene’s personal reactions to the vents of the day. In it he shared the most intimate details of his day from what he had to eat, how…


105_Vol159_1941_0424_1941_0712R.pdf
This diary was written daily by Andrew Jackson Greene from April 24 through July 12, 1941. This diary is composed of entries full of weather records travel records, and personal reactions to events of the day. He also wrote daily about his declining…


105_Vol163_1942_0506_1942_0621R.pdf
This diary was recorded by Andrew Jackson Greene from May 6 through June 21, 1942. Greene’s writings are mostly reflective, for example he reflected on what he did each day and on the political and social institutions of his society. He also…
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