This diary was written by Andrew Jackson Greene from March 9 through April 28, 1940. Each day he wrote an entry detailing what he encountered that day. These entries were sometimes in the form of personal reflections, and sometimes in the form of records. He wrote about the weather, Sunday School, Willowdale, his work at Appalachian State Teachers College, his family including his grandsons James and Billie, and his friends and family.
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