This diary was written daily by Andrew Jackson Greene from April 24 through July 12, 1941. This diary is composed of entries full of weather records travel records, and personal reactions to events of the day. He also wrote daily about his declining health. He struggled to do many of the things he wanted because of his health. Walking longer distances became nearly impossible, and he was eventually in the hospital.
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