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105_Vol65_1927_1020_1928_0124R.pdf
This diary was recorded from October 20, 1927 through January 24, 1928. Greene recorded the details of important talks that he heard at the school, such as the talk by Professor Dougherty about saving money. He also included information about how his…


105_Vol71_1929_0518_1929_0730R.pdf
This diary was kept by Andrew Jackson Greene from May 18 through July 30, 1929. This was a period of gloom for Greene. He found life’s burdens to be much too heavy. He used his diary as a place to dump his burdens so that he could continue. He wrote…


105_Vol82_1931_0910_1931_1107R.pdf
This diary was recorded from September 10 through November 7, 1931. In this diary, Greene provided an abundance of information about the Appalachian State Normal School. President Dougherty told students of the idea of making the school into a…


105_Vol83_1931_1108_1932_0104R.pdf
This diary was recorded from November 8, 1931 through January 4, 1932. Greene wrote his inner thoughts and feelings each day. He typically writes of his sorrows and gloom. Greene wrote he preferred to be alone to avoid trouble. He often provided…


105_Vol84_1932_0105_1932_0303R.pdf
This diary was kept by Andrew Jackson Greene from January 5 through March 3, 1932. The weather is his typical first topic to write about it. He wrote about the winter snow and harsh winds frequently. He also included information about the…


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_Vol90_1933_0211_1933_0609R.pdf
Andrew Jackson Greene wrote this diary from February 11 through June 9, 1933. Greene uses this diary to write about the weather, the community, and especially his work. During this period, the college is going through a big time of growth and sports…


105_Vol96_1934_0224_1934_0515R.pdf
This diary was recorded by Andrew Jackson Greene during 1934 from February 24th through May 15th. He wrote almost daily about the weather, the church, and his travels. He wrote much about his experiences at Appalachian State Teachers College. He…


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_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_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_Vol117_1937_0315_1937_0403R.pdf
Andrew Jackson Greene recorded this diary from March 15 through April 3, 1937. Inside one will find personal reflections, records of special events and weather, and an account of daily activities according to Greene. He wrote about the weather, his…


105_Vol136_1938_0707_1938_0729R.pdf
This diary was recorded by Andrew Jackson Greene on July 7th through July 29th of 1938. Greene was a professor at Appalachian State Teachers College. He centered many of his writings around the school, including specific details about his classes,…