This diary was recorded by Andrew Jackson Greene during 1934 from February 24th through May 15th. He wrote almost daily about the weather, the church, and his travels. He wrote much about his experiences at Appalachian State Teachers College. He wrote about the daily chapel, faculty meetings, dinner with colleagues, daily classroom activities, and special events happening on campus. Some colleagues mentioned throughout this diary include Dr. Dougherty, the president of the college, Dr. Rankin, Dr. Abrams, Professor Downum, and Leonard Eury.