This diary was recorded by Andrew Jackson Greene from March 3rd through April 23rd, 1941. Inside are daily entries, full of weather records, travel records and personal reactions to events of the day. Greene often wrote about community events, the local churches, his faith, his family, his health, his work at Appalachian State Teachers College, and the conversations that he held with friends and family. Local places named in this diary include but are not limited to White Hall (ASTC), Gateway Café, and Greene Inn.
Tags: Appalachian State Teachers College, Bill Hodges, Boone, Charles Wright, Clyde Edminsten, Colonel W.C. Walker, Colonel W.M. Thomas, Cozy Nook, D.M. Edminsten, Ed Shipley, Everett Tester, G.W. Trivett, Gateway Café, George Farthing, Greene Inn, Jerry Wilson’s Barbershop, Katherine Harwell, Lessie Greene, Lion’s Club, McDade’s Store, Professor H.R. Eggers, R.L. Pointer, Sam Adkins, Vilas, Wade E. Brown, Watauga County N.C., White Hall, Willowdale Baptist Church