Andrew Jackson Greene recorded this diary from June 4 through July 28, 1939. Greene’s writings are mostly composed of his personal reactions to the many events that he comes into contact with. He wrote about his sleep habits, his work at Appalachian State Teachers College, the conversations he holds with friends and colleagues, and Willowdale Church.
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