Andrew Jackson Greene recorded this diary from October 29, 1926 through January 30, 1927. In this diary, Greene recorded his visits with family members and friends such as W.J. Mast and John Dugger. He also recorded the details of the daily weather that they were experiencing, whether they had fog, or rain, or snow, the temperature, and clear skies. In addition to recording the weather details, he also recorded much information about life as a teacher at Appalachian Training School. He named speakers that came to daily chapel, important events that took place, important faculty members, and the daily classroom activities.