These diary entries, from Andrew Jackson Greene, date from May 1, 1910 to November 30, 1910. Each day’s entry includes a simple record of his activities. In each entry he mentions towns he visits such as Zionville, Mabel, and Silverstone. He also mentions the work he does, his friends, and the happenings within the church.
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