Andrew Jackson Greene kept this diary from February 13 through May 17, 1929. Greene continues teaching at Appalachian State Normal School. The school competes in basketball with Cullowhee Normal. Keeping this diary is a release for Greene. He admits that the days he is not able to write are hard for him. He writes what he did that day, who he saw, and what happened in and around the community.
Tags: A.R. Smith, A.W. Smith, Appalachian Normal School, basketball, Beaver Dam, Blowing Rock, Boiling Spring Junior College, Boone Baptist Church, Boone Trail Café, Chapel, Clyde Mast, Cullowhee Normal, D.D. Dougherty, Demonstration School, Dessie Mae Triplett, Dr. Will O Gordon, Edith Knight, G.P. Eggers, Herbert Hoover, Lenoir –Rhyne College, Piedmont Festival, presidential election, Professor James Monroe Downum, Rebecca Boone Tea Room, Three Forks Association, W.H. Brown, W.W. Mast, West Jefferson, Willowdale Baptist Church