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105_Vol58_1926_0425_1926_0522R.pdf
In this diary, Greene wrote about the weather, the school (Appalachian Training School) and the community members. He recorded how much snow they received, how the students were doing with their work, and who he visited each day. Much of the diary is…


105_Vol67_1928_0430_1928_0805R.pdf
Andrew Jackson Greene kept this diary from April 30th through August 5th during the year of 1928. He wrote daily entries about weather, community events, friends, and family visits. He also included many entries devoted to telling about his work in…


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_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…