This diary was recorded from July 3, 1930 through September 14, 1930 by Andrew Jackson Greene. He wrote each day about the smallest details of his day. He recorded when people visited him, when he visited other people, when he traveled, what he taught, how his students were doing, how his family was, and the weather conditions that he faced that day.
Tags: Alice Cook, Boone, Calvin Hicks, Carolina Hotel, Chapel, Cozy Nook, Deaf and Dumb School of Morganton, Fiddlers Convention, Governor Doughton of Alleghany, J.W. Bailey, John C. Winston Publishing Company, Lawrence Wakefield of Caldwell County, Mabel, missionary education, Pete Murphy of Rowan County, Press Association of North Carolina, Professor C.M. Dixon, Proffit’s Grove Baptist Church, R.C Rivers, Revered R.C. Eggers, Reverend James Sherwood, Sunday School, Superintendent Coltraine of Salisbury City Schools, Vilas, W.H. Gragg, Willowdale Church