This diary was recorded by Andrew Jackson Greene from May 14th through June 2nd, during the year of 1937. Each day he wrote a reflection of his actions and record of the weather, the meetings, and special events attended. He wrote often about his daily trip to the local stores, and the conversations he has, these typically include mention of Henry Brinkley. The most common writing topics include the weather, the Appalachian State Teachers College, the local courthouse, and the local churches.
Tags: A.C. Mast’s Store, Antioch Church, Appalachian State Teacher’s College, Banner Elk, Bewlah Farthing, Cecil Glenn, Clay Wiseman, Cozy Nook, Grace Smith, Henry Brinkley, Henson Creek, Jack Harmon, Martha Walker, O.J. Harmon, Phillip’s Branch, Robert Shipley, Spruce Pine, Sugar Grove, Toe River Valley, Vilas, W. E. Shipley, Ward Billings, Washington City, Watauga Fall, Yellow Mountain