Diary of Andrew Jackson Greene, Volume 126 [November 29, 1937 - December 22, 1937]
This diary was recorded from November 29th through December 22nd, 1937. This diary has many of Greene’s thoughts on the local holiday festivities such as parades and decorations. In this diary Greene also makes note that he writes news for the paper. Some locals named in this diary include W.M. Thomas, Hattie Pogroms, H.R. Eggers, and many more. There is a wealth of information provided about Appalachian State Teacher College through the accounts of faculty meetings, assemblies, chapel hour, and Greene’s classroom. Some buildings named throughout this diary include the Administration building, Justice Hall, the gymnasium, Newland Hall, and Lovill Hall. Many of these buildings remain on the campus of Appalachian State University today.
Watauga County (N.C.)--Social life and customs--20th century
Greene, Andrew Jackson, 1883-1942