Recorded from May 5 through June 29, 1932, this diary gives information on Appalachian State Teachers college, the weather, the community, and the daily social life of Andrew Jackson Greene. Greene wrote a record of his daily activities, this typically included a report of the weather, the places that he has traveled to, a record of the work that he accomplished, and what he read in his spare time. This also frequently included going to events at the college such as the senior play that he attended or daily chapel.
Tags: A.M. Norton, Appalachian State Teachers College, Bible, Boone, Cabarrus County, Calvin Coollige, Cozy Nook, Frank Greene, Grant Hodges, Gurney Brinkley, Mabel, Mountain City, N.W. Walker, North Fork Road, Ohio, President Dougherty, Professor G.P. Eggers, Radio, Ray Dotson, Senior play, Shulls Mills, Statesville, Sunday School, Tommy Greene, Willowdale