This diary was recorded from March 17 through April 3, 1938 by Andrew Jackson Greene. Included in this diary are personal reflections, weather records, and details of conversations held long ago. These elements provide a unique look into the life of Greene as a Watauga County resident, a teacher at Appalachian State Teachers College, a church member, and an involved citizen. Locals that are named in this include but are not limited to Tina Harmon, Jennie Todd, Colonel W.C. Walker, and Walter Cook.
Tags: Andy Greer, Appalachian State Teachers College, Boone, Brushy Fork Valley, Chapel Hill, Colonel W.C. Walker, Cozy Nook, Crossnore, Cullen Johnson, Dallas Hodges, Dwight Grubbs, Eugene Wike. Grady Potter, Forest Crisp, G.P. Eggers, H.K. Compton, Iredell Bumgarner, Jennie Todd, Lena Cole, Margaret Greene Bumgarner, Spencer Fletcher, Teachers Assembly, Tina Harmon, Vilas, Walter Cook, Watauga County N.C., Wiley Cole