The letter included is from a diary reader who enjoyed reading Greene’s diaries. He believed that Greene had a great knack for analyzing major characteristics of people. This diary was recorded in 1934 by Andrew Jackson Greene from July 30th through October 8th. He included the usual current events and reflections. His common subjects were Sunday school, Appalachian State Teachers College, his neighbors, and the weather.
Tags: A.J. Maxwell, Appalachian State Teachers College, Attorney General, Banner Elk, Betty Johnson, Boone, Boone Methodist Church, Carolina Store, Carrie Smith, Claude Eastridge, Coy Presnell, Cozy Nook, Curriculum Committee, D.J. Cottrell, Elk Park, Globe in Caldwell County, J.A. Williams, John Barryman, Juanita McDougall, Lenoir North Carolina, Lower Creek Baptist Church, New Constitution of North Carolina, Physical Education Institute, Professor D.D. Dougherty, Professor G.P. Eggers, Professor W.F. Marshall, Raleigh N. C., Reverend W.R. Barnes, Rich Mountain, Shirley Lee Waters, Thelma Moretz, Vilas, W.L. Henson, Walter Knight, Watauga County Bank, Will Rogers, Zeb Dickson