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105_Vol55_1925_0930_1925_1218R.pdf
Andrew Jackson Greene kept this diary from September 30 through December 18, 1925. He wrote on September 30th, that he wanted to record experiences that will give pleasure and information to others. His goal was to both amuse and to inform. In the…


105_Vol57_1926_0325_1926_0424R.pdf
Andrew Jackson Greene kept this diary from March 25 through April 24, 1926. There are daily entries on the weather, the Appalachian Training School, and his visits with friends and family. This diary gives a unique look into the time period, and a…


105_Vol63_1927_0413_1927_0716R.pdf
This diary was recorded by Andrew Jackson Greene from April 13th through July 16th during the year of 1927. This diary includes the typical account of Greene’s day such as the small details of the daily weather, the names of important speakers that…


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_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_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…