This diary was recorded from October 16th through November 14th, 1936. Inside this diary one will find personal reflections, records of special events and weather, and an account of the day’s activities through his eyes. Greene wrote about the weather, his family, his church, and work. His writing provides insight on the early years of the current Appalachian State University and the transition from college to university through reflections on classwork, growing student numbers, the guest speakers and special events, information about President Dougherty and Dean Rankin, and reports from faculty meetings.
Tags: Appalachian State Teachers College, Billie Harmon, Boone Drug Store, Carrie Greene, Carrie Smith, Cline Farthing, Colored Chorus of Hampton, Cozy Nook, Critcher Hotel, Daisy Williams, Dean Rankin, Demonstration School, English Major Club, Henry Brinkley, John Harwell, Johnson City Tennessee, Leonard Eury, Paul Coffey, President Dougherty, President Roosevelt, Professor H.R. Eggers, Professor J.A. Williams, Reverend J.C. Canipe, Reverend Will Cook, Vilas, Watauga County N.C.