This diary includes 96 pages of entries for each day from June 1-August 31, 1917. He includes much information about Appalachian Training School. He mentions White Hall, a building still on campus at Appalachian State University today. He also included a program from the school’s service for students who were going to register for the military service the next day. This diary gives insight on the life of a teacher, church member, and involved community member.
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