Andrew Jackson Greene recorded in this diary daily from July 13 through December 28, 1941. Inside one will find a recollection of the day’s events through Greene’s eyes. Many of these entries include information about what he ate that day, the weather, who came to visit him, and who he talked to on the phone. He was in the hospital when he started this diary, and he never regained his full strength. This diary was mostly spoken by Greene and his friends acted as his scribes because he was unable to write it himself.
Tags: Annie Smith, Baptist Hospital, Belle Greer Greene, Carl Townsend, Cecil Glenn, Charles Irwin, Claude Charles Edminsten, Clay Greene, Colonel W.M. Thomas, Ed Cullers, Florence Hamilton Webb, Fred Wilson, G.P Eggers, Hazel Farthing Wright, Isabel Miller, J.B. Hughes, J.C. Rivers, J.H Isaacs, J.L Reese, J.T Howell, Lewis Reese, Maude Perry, Nancy Taylor, Nathan Greene, Paul Bingham, Pearle Webb, R.M Greene, Ray Brown, Shelton Dugger, Superintendent Smith Hagaman, Theresa Brown