This diary tells the daily stories of Andrew Jackson Greene from June 3rd through July 2nd in the year of 1937. Included in this diary is information about the local communities of Cozy Nook, Vilas, Boone, and Mabel, accounts of personal conversations with locals such as Henry Brinkley, Gene Reese, and Jack Harmon, as well as firsthand accounts of the things that were happening in and around Appalachian State Teachers College.
Tags: Administration Building, Appalachian State Teachers College, Bogle Cole, Boone, Boone Room, Coach Watkins, Cottrell’s Lunch Counter, Cozy Nook, Dean Dotson, Demonstration Clubs, Emma Henson, Gene Reese, Greene Inn, Henry Brinkley, J.M. Miller, Jack Harmon, Lucinda Wilson, Mabel, Pearl Bingham, Professor G.P. Eggers, Professor J.A. Williams, Public Square, Reverend J.C. Canipe, Reverend S.C. Gragg, Sue Horton, Sunday School, The Beaver Dam Club, Vilas, W.H. Dugger, Watauga River Settlement, Wiley Cole, Wilma Baird