This diary was recorded by Andrew Jackson Greene from October 4 through December 14, 1935. The diary includes weather information, Greene’s travel records, and personal reflections. Much of this diary is about Appalachian State Teachers College. He included information about his classes, summaries of daily chapel, and recounts of the football and baseball games.
Tags: A and P Store, Administration Building, Appalachian State Teachers College, Bill Hodges, Boiling Springs Junior College, Boone, Brushy Fork Valley, Charles Williams, Crazy Crystals, Dean Rankin, Demonstration School, Dorothy Farthing, faculty meeting, Florence Williams, Greene Inn, Henry Brinkley, Hill Farthing, Ira Ayers, John Fox, Maud Stanbury, Professor G.P. Eggers, Reverend Arthur Sherwood, Squire Hahn, Sunday School, The Farmer Takes a Wife, Vilas, Virginia Clay, Will Rogers