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105_vol11_1913_1001_1913_1231R.pdf
Entries from these dates cover Greene’s daily activities. He describes his trips to church, to the market, and to visit his friends. Friends named include H.L. Laurence, Professor W.Y. Perry, and J.C. Davis. Greene also frequently wrote about the…


105_vol17_1915_0801_1915_1022R.pdf
These diary entries range from August 1, 1915 through October 22, 1915. Greene wrote daily about what he did and what his thoughts are regarding current situations. He also gave information on several community events such as the Conference of the…


105_vol32_1919_0720_1919_0831R.pdf
This is a diary with daily entries by Andrew Jackson Greene from July 20 to August 31, 1919. Greene wrote about his daily activities, the weather, the church, and his work at Appalachian Training School during July and August. Places mentioned in…


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_Vol136_1938_0707_1938_0729R.pdf
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,…


105_Vol153_1940_0620_1940_0808R.pdf
This diary was written from June 20 through August 8, 1940 by Andrew Jackson Greene. Daily entries are composed of Greene’s personal reactions to the vents of the day. In it he shared the most intimate details of his day from what he had to eat, how…
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