This diary was recorded from November 11, 1928 through February 12, 1929 by Andrew Jackson Greene. This diary starts on a big day for the Greene family as Lester Doughton Greene turned 18 years old and the family held a celebratory dinner in his honor. A.J. Greene continues to teach at Appalachian State Normal School. He enjoys spending time with his colleagues. He continues to devote himself to regular church meetings, bible study, and Sunday school.
Tags: Alice Mast, Annie Smith, Blackburn Hotel, Boone, Boone Baptist Church, Councill’s Gap, Cove Creek, Cove Creek Church, D.J. Cottrell, D.J. Horton, Dutch Creek Falls, Elbert Lyons, Football, Frances Farthing, George Moretz, Hayes Apple Orchard, J.D. Rankin, Jennie Todd, Lawrence Moody, Lester Daughton Greene, Mae Triplett, Methodist Bazaar, Mooresville, Mr. Park Junior College, Normal School, Professor D.D. Dougherty, Ralph G Greene, Sunday School, Valle Crucis, Vilas, W.H. Brown, Watauga County Schools