This diary was recorded by Andrew Jackson Greene from April 8 through June 3, 1939. Beginning the new diary, Greene claimed that he ”hoped to leave on record that life is composed of the common things.” He believed that it is perfectly acceptable to magnify them. He continued to write in this diary, as the previous volumes, his reactions to events and people that he came into contact with. Usual topics range from Willowdale Church, Appalachian State Teachers College, his family and friends, and Watauga County local news and events.
Tags: Administration Building, Alice Greer, Anne Jones, Annette Blanton, Appalachian State Teachers College, Avery County, Blowing Rock, Clyde Baker, Clyde R. Greene, Cove Creek High School, Crossnore, D.J. Cottrell, David Greene, Dean Rankin, Dixie Store, Dorothy Atkins, Dr. G.P. Eggers, Dr. M.E. Potter, Evelyn Brown, Frank Warren, Gene Wike, Gladys Terry, Greene Inn, Hagaman Clinic, Iredell Bumgarner, J.L Reese, Jennie Lee Bingham, Johnson City, Lela Clay, Mabel Bowman, Madge Williams, Mildred Horrill, Mills Home, President Dougherty, Professor H.R. Eggers, Reverend J. A. Mckaughan, Reverend R.L. Pointer, Rich Mountain, Sylvia Cashwell, T.C Baird, The Tennessee Ramblers, University of Kentucky, Vice-Dean Whitener, W.C. Field, W.L Trivette, W.L. Henson, Watauga County N.C., Willowdale Church, Winston-Salem