This diary was written by Andrew Jackson Greene from December 20, 1934 through March 1, 1935. Much of this diary consists of Greene’s reflections on his work at Appalachian State Teachers College. He wrote about his daily activities as a teacher, his colleagues, faculty meetings, and special events that happen on campus. In addition to his main writings about his work he includes daily weather updates, information about the local churches and community events, and details of all of his travels.
Tags: A.L Eggers, Alice Councill, Allie Jean Coffey, Appalachian State Teachers College, Baby Garnett Greene, Boone, Bud Barnes, Captain Lovill, Christmas, Edwin Dougherty, Ella Hall, G.P. Eggers, Grady Tyre, Greene-Inn, Jimmie Billings, Mabel, Mary Roberts Rhinehart, North Fork Road, O.J. Harmon, R.A. Thomas, Sunday School, Union Baptist Church, W.H. Brown