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105_vol28_1917_1115_1918_0220R.pdf
This diary includes entries from November 15, 1917 through February 20, 1918. Each day Greene wrote about his work at Appalachian Training School, the weather, the church, community members, and community events. This diary gives insight on what the…


105_vol36_1920_0205_1920_0323R.pdf
This diary includes daily entries from February 5 to March 23, 1920. Many of these entries are about Andrew Jackson Greene’s work at Appalachian Training School. He seemed to be struggling to find the time to get everything done in the first few…


105_vol44_1921_1114_1922_0413R.pdf
This diary includes daily entries from November 14, 1921 through April 13, 1922. Each day Greene recorded his daily activities including his duties as a teacher, his work as a preacher, and his visits with friends. He also included information about…


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_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…


letter_03_15_1885.pdf
This letter from Alice Kirby to her aunt, Ada Kirby, discusses the farming life that Alice leads in Kansas, where her father, Samuel Kirby, moved the family to. Alice says she is late in responding to the letter from her aunt because they had moved…