Andrew Jackson Greene kept this diary from September 30 through December 18, 1925. He wrote on September 30th, that he wanted to record experiences that will give pleasure and information to others. His goal was to both amuse and to inform. In the diary he wrote about his visit with friends, daily chapel, and his work at Appalachian Training School. He also included information about the weather and community events.
Tags: Alice Cook, Arthur Moore, basketball, Bob Taylor, Boone, Cove Creek, David Fox, Demonstration School, Dr. Edwin A. Alderman, Edward Bok, George Whittington, Mountain City, Polly McBride, Poplar Grove, Red Cross, Roy Dotson, Sherwood's Store, Stony Fork, Sunday School, Trade Tennessee