Recorded by Andrew Jackson Greene, this diary is from June 10 through July 27, 1933. In the pages of this diary, one will find Greene’s writings about the weather, the churches, the community members, and the details of his home life. One will find the most writing about his work at Appalachian State Teachers College. He wrote about his concern for the welfare of his students, the special events held on campus, his papers to grade, and the daily assembly.
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