This diary was recorded from March 2nd through May 12th during the year of 1953 by Andrew Jackson Greene. Greene used this diary to write about the weather, the community, and especially his work. On his birthday, March 2nd, Greene included many personal reflections. He wrote that when he was busy he was happy. He reflected on his friends, his work, and his older age.
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