Entries for this diary begin on December 2, 1914, and end on July 31, 1915. These entries include information about Greene’s social life, and his work. He wrote daily about what he did the weather, and what his friends had to share with him that day. He mentions many local people and places including, but not limited to J. R. Garland, Reverend David Greene, Mabel, Vilas, and Boone.
Tags: Appalachian Training School, automobile, B.B. Dugherty, Boone, Brother Trivett, church, Commencement Day, court, D.D. Daugherty, David Greene, Doctor Butler, Domestic Science Department, Euterpian Literary Society, flood, G.P Sherrill, garden, Hunting, I.G. Greer, J.F. Olivers, J.R. Garland, J.R. Wilson, Junior Reception, Lee Swift, Mabel, Meadow View Club, mill, Newland Hall, Professor Downum, road work, Senator Lineback, state examination, Sunday School, teachers' club, Union Baptist Church, Vilas, W.F. Reese, Watauga Club