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105_vol2_1908_0501_1908_1231R.pdf
These daily diary entries were recorded from the dates of May 1, 1908 to December 31, 1908. Each day Andrew Jackson Greene wrote a few sentences about his day and what he was thinking. He included information about himself, his friends, and community…


105_vol3_1909_0101_0930_transcript_R.pdf
These diary entries range from the dates of January 1, 1909 to September 30, 1909. Each day Andrew Jackson Greene made a short record of everything he had done that day. The entries include familiar names such as Hugh Hagaman, John Daugherty, and…


105_vol4_1909_10_1910_04_transcript_R.pdf
These journal entries range from the dates of October 1, 1909 to April 30, 1910. Each day, Greene wrote a few sentences about what he did that day. He wrote about important towns that he visited, what was happening in the church, the work he did,…


105_vol11_1913_1001_1913_1231R.pdf
Entries from these dates cover Greene’s daily activities. He describes his trips to church, to the market, and to visit his friends. Friends named include H.L. Laurence, Professor W.Y. Perry, and J.C. Davis. Greene also frequently wrote about the…


105_vol12_1914_0101_1914_0331R.pdf
Entries in this diary range from January 1, 1914 through March 31, 1914. These entries are a more poetic approach than that which was taken in Greene’s earlier diaries. His entries give insight into his church life, his work, political debates of the…


105_vol13_1914_0401_1914_0630R.pdf
Diary entries range from April 1, 1914 through June 30, 1914. These entries are quite often about the weather on that specific day, and the work that can be done. Greene also frequently writes about the church, the sermons, pastors, bible studies,…


105_vol17_1915_0801_1915_1022R.pdf
These diary entries range from August 1, 1915 through October 22, 1915. Greene wrote daily about what he did and what his thoughts are regarding current situations. He also gave information on several community events such as the Conference of the…


105_vol18_1915_1023_1915_1212R.pdf
The diary includes entries from October 23-December 12, 1915. Andrew Jackson Greene wrote each day about work on the farm, the weather, church activities, school and business. He also kept record of the people that he visits each day, and community…


105_vol19_1915_1213_1916_0312R.pdf
Diary entries from this diary are from December 13, 1915 through March 12, 1916. In this diary many of the entries are about the weather, Appalachian Training School, and Church. He wrote about a new program that he started at the school called the…


105_vol20_1916_0313_1916_0514R.pdf
This diary includes entries from each day from May 13, 1916 through June 14, 1916, as well as 18 pages of school notes taken by Greene as he worked at Appalachian Training School. He wrote each day about the weather, the church, the friends that he…


105_vol21_1916_0313_1916_0514_transcript_R.pdf
This diary includes entries from March 1-May 11, 1916. Each day Greene writes about the weather, schoolwork, church, and the friends he visits with. Because this diary was written in the spring, most of the entries are about the weather, how he…


105_vol22_1916_0615_1916_1012R.pdf
This diary includes entries from June 15, 1916 through October 12, 1916. Each day Greene wrote about his work on the farm, his friends, his family, the church, and community events. Important events and people include D.E. Benfield, Mabel Farmer’s…


105_vol25_1917_0311_1917_0531R.pdf
This Diary contains entries from March 11-May 31, 1917. He shares his perspective as a local, a teacher, and a church member. He frequently includes his thoughts and opinions about church services, the weather, and his work at Appalachian Training…


105_vol31_1919_0318_1919_0719R.pdf
This diary includes daily entries from March through July 1919. In this diary Greene wrote about his work at Appalachian Training School, the weather, the church events, and members of the community. At this time, Greene was living and working in…


105_vol32_1919_0720_1919_0831R.pdf
This is a diary with daily entries by Andrew Jackson Greene from July 20 to August 31, 1919. Greene wrote about his daily activities, the weather, the church, and his work at Appalachian Training School during July and August. Places mentioned in…


105_vol33_1919_0901_1919_1008R.pdf
This diary includes entries from September 1 though October 8, 1919. Each Day Andrew Jackson Greene made an entry about his work, the church, or community events. He was a teacher at Appalachian Training School in Boone, NC. Community members and…


105_vol35_1919_1207_1920_0204R.pdf
This diary includes entries from December 9, 1919 through February 4, 1920. In each entry, he included information about what was happening in the church and in the community. He wrote about his daily work at Appalachian Training School and his…


105_vol39_1920_1125_1920_0127R.pdf
This diary includes daily entries from November 25, 1920 through January 27, 1921. Greene wrote daily about the weather, the work at his school, and the workings of the church. Familiar places mentioned include Willowdale, Oak Grove, Boone, Mabel,…


105_vol42_1921_0701_1921_0825R.pdf
This diary includes daily entries day from July 1 through August 25, 1921. Greene wrote about his work as a preacher and as a teacher as well as his travels and visits with neighbors. He also included information about the community from daily life…


105_Vol45_1922_0414_1922_0807R.pdf
This diary includes entries from April 14 through August 7, 1922. In the diary Greene recorded his thoughts and opinions in addition to a detailed record of what he did that day. This could range from working at home on the farm, working at the…


105_Vol46_1922_0808_1922_1110R.pdf
This diary includes writings by Andrew Jackson Greene for each day between August 8th and November 10th in the year 1922. Each day Greene wrote about the things he had accomplished, how he was feeling, and the weather that they were experiencing on…


105_Vol49_1924_1218_1924_0330R.pdf
This diary was written each day from December 18, 1923 through March 30, 1924. For each day, there is a brief description of what Andrew Jackson Greene experienced that day. He included information about himself, his friends, and community events…


105_Vol53_1925_0219_1925_0612R.pdf
This is an Andrew Jackson Greene diary recorded from February 19 through June 12, 1925. In this diary Greene wrote his daily activities such as cutting wood, visiting with neighbors, or spending a day studying. He also included information about his…


105_Vol56_1925_1219_1926_0324R.pdf
This diary, kept by Andrew Jackson Greene, was recorded from December 19, 1925 through March 24, 1926. This diary includes Greene’s personal thoughts about his work as a teacher, and as a preacher. He struggled with debt some during this period of…


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_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_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_vol81_1931_0710_1931_0909R.pdf
From July 10 through September 9, 1931, Andrew Jackson Greene recorded this diary about his daily life. He wrote about the weather, the church and the community. At this point, his children were leaving home and he was realizing that it would be a…


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_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_Vol100_1934_1220_1935_0301R.pdf
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…


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_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_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_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…