This diary was recorded by Andrew Jackson Greene during the month of October in 1937. Greene’s hobbies included reading, traveling to visit with friends and neighbors, listening to the radio, and going to listen in court. He wrote of many encounters with locals Mrs. Rachel Wilson Eller, and Reverend J.C. Camps, a former student, and pastor of Boone Baptist Church, to name a few. He also included weather reports and predictions along with information about the Appalachian State Teachers College and local churches such as Willowdale and Cove Creek Church.
Tags: Alumni Association, Appalachian State Teachers College, Bernard Dougherty, Bogle Cole, Cove Creek Church, David Greene, Dean Rankin, Dwayne Thompson, Edwin Dougherty, Eugene Baird, Grace Greene, H.R. Eggers, Homecoming, J.B. Vance, J.L. Glenn, John T. Howell, Justice Block, Margaret Eury, Marvin Ward, Orville Hagaman, Professor J.M Downum, Rachel Wilson Eller, Reverend J.C. Camps, Reverend Wayne W. Williams, Sam Adkins, Sunday School, V.C. Howell, W. B. Austin, Willodale Baptist Church, Zionville