In beginning this diary, Greene wriote that he would like to concentrate more on the philosophy of events and people that he came into contact with. He also wanted to make mention the customs of the people that he wrote about. This diary was recorded from April 1 through May 5, 1942. In this diary he wrote about his friends and neighbors, the community events, political issues, and religion.
Tags: “The Science of Eating”, Appalachian State Teachers College, Barker Ann Cole, Bettie Hicks, Bingham McGuire, Bogle Cole, Boone, Carrie Smith, Cecil Glenn, Charles Wilkinson, Colonel W.M. Thomas, Cozy Nook, David C. Hill, George Trivett, Gordon Moody, H.R. Eggers, Henry Mast, J.P. Hughes, John Eggers, Lonnie Henson, Lucile Mast, Margaret Yarborough, Maxie Greene, Reverend J.C. Watts, South Carolina, Sugar Grove, T.C. Baird, Thomas Lawrence, Watauga Hospital, Wiley Cole, Winston Salem, Zionville