This diary was recorded by Andrew Jackson Greene from May 13 through July 23, 1935. Greene included information about his work, the farm, his family, and mostly of his travels. He frequently traveled to Cozy Nook, Boone, Vilas, and Brushy Fork.
Andrew Jackson Greene recorded this diary from July 24 through October 3, 1925. In this diary, Greene included information on community events, and the staff perspective of Appalachian State Teachers College. He also included information on the weather and churches as well as personal reflections on every situation he came to face.
Andrew Jackson Greene recorded in this diary from January 12 through March 2, 1941. Almost each diary entry includes Greene’s personal information such as a report on his health, his feelings towards specific topics and people, and conversations that he held with family and friends. He also provided information about the weather, Watauga County, and Appalachian State Teachers College.
This diary was written daily by Andrew Jackson Greene from April 24 through July 12, 1941. This diary is composed of entries full of weather records travel records, and personal reactions to events of the day. He also wrote daily about his declining health. He struggled to do many of the things he wanted because of his health. Walking longer distances became nearly impossible, and he was eventually in the hospital.