This diary was recorded from the 4th through the 24th of April, 1938 by Andrew Jackson Greene. He was constantly traveling between Vilas, Mabel, Cozy Nook, and Boone. He was a local Watauga County resident. He was also a teacher at Appalachian State Teachers College. He provided insight on the college through his reflections on special programs, assemblies, chapel, faculty meetings, and his own classes.
Tags: Anne Hones, Appalachian State Teachers College, B.J. Council, Boone, Boone Baptist Church, Boone Drug Store, Carolina Drug Store, Central Dining Hall, Cozy Nook, Cullen Johnson, Dr. B.B. Dougherty, Dwayne Thompson, Evelyn Brown, Greene Inn, James Wall, Jerry Wilson, Johnson City, Junior-Senior Banquet, Katherine Harwell, Liberty Magazine, Lonnie Henson, Mabel, Pete Hagaman, Reverend J.A. Yount, Reverend J.C. Canipe, Reverend Paul Townsend, V.C. Howell, Vilas, Watauga County N.C.