This diary was recorded from February 7 through February 25, 1938 by Andrew Jackson Greene. He included records of weather, community events, and his travels in addition to personal reflections for each day. He frequently mentioned Vilas, Boone, and Cozy Nook in addition to Watauga County as a whole. He also included information about the happenings at his workplace, Appalachian State Teachers College, frequently referring to Dean Rankin and President Dougherty. He also provided insight from conversations held with other locals such as W.H. Brown, G.P. Eggers, Louise Fisher, and V.C. Howell.
Tags: “The Democrat”, Appalachian State University, Boone, C.M. Dickson, Colonel Walker’s Store, Cozy Nook, Dalton Glenn, Dean Rankin, Dixie Store, Evelyn Adams, Five and Ten Cent Store, G.P. Eggers, Gordon Mast, Greene Inn, H.R. Eggers, Home Economic Department, Louise Fisher, Lucile Hartley, Pauline Bunch, President Dougherty, Robert Farthing, Stella Dallas, The Charlotte Observer, V.C. Howell, Vilas, Virginia Bean, W.H. Brown, Watauga County N.C., Wiley Smith, Willow Valley