This diary was recorded from September 5th through the 28th in the year of 1938 by Andrew Jackson Greene. Inside this diary, one will find the most intimate details of Greene’s life from what he ate, how he slept, and what books he read. One will also find the inside scoop on life in Watauga County and the behind the scenes information about Appalachian State Teachers College where Greene was a teacher. Many other Watauga locals are named in this diary as well, including W.C. Walker, Walter Cook, and many more.
Tags: Albert Wilson, Appalachian State Teachers College, Bettie Mae Johnson, Billie Greene Cook, Boone, C.M. Dickson, Cabarrus County, Chapel Hill, Colonel Will C. Walker, Cozy Nook, Daniel Boone Hotel, Dean Rankin, Dr. Roy M. Brown, Elizabethton Tennessee, H.R. Eggers, Henry Glenn, Homecoming, Hunter Horton, John Dugger, Johnson City Tennessee, Kenneth Mathis, Lenoir, President Dougherty, Reverend J.C. Canipe, Sam Adkins, Sara Smith, Shelton Dugger, Shepard M. Dugger, Vilas, Vivian Holloway, Walter Cook, Watauga County N.C., Winston Salem