This diary was recorded by Andrew Jackson Greene on July 7th through July 29th of 1938. Greene was a professor at Appalachian State Teachers College. He centered many of his writings around the school, including specific details about his classes, the assemblies, the chapel meetings, special programs, and faculty meetings. He frequently wrote about the people in his life, both people from the college such as President Dougherty and Dean Rankin, and about others in the community such as Bill Whittington, Reverend R.C. Pointer, G.P. Eggers, and Carrie Smith.
Tags: A.R. Smith, Appalachian State Teachers Colleg, Bill Whittington, Carrie Smith, Dean Rankin, e President Dougherty, E.F. Sherwood, Elmo Brinkley, Fred McEwen, G.P. Eggers, Georgia, Grace Smith, Greene Inn, J.A. Warren, James Dugger, Johnson City, L.D. Greene, Martha Lee Long, Nora Warren, Reverend Paul Townsend, Reverend R.C. Pointer, Reverend W.R. Davis, Rich Mountain, Roberson County, South Carolina, Summer School, T.C. Baird, W.M. Thomas