GUIDE TO SCRAPBOOKS

Pine Mountain Settlement School
Series 27: Scrapbooks

GUIDE TO SCRAPBOOKS


TAGS: scrapbooks; memorabilia; newspaper articles; magazine articles; photographs; letters; tributes


The guide to the multiple scrapbooks held in the Pine Mountain Settlement School archive is a rich source of regional history. The scrapbooks range from the earliest years until approximately the late 1980s. The first two scrapbooks were gathered by Pine Mountain School staff while the remaining scrapbooks are the efforts of individual donors who were associated with the School.


Series 27: SCRAPBOOKS, ALBUMS & GATHERED NOTES

GUIDE TO SCRAPBOOK BEFORE 1929

SCRAPBOOK BEFORE 1929 (selected)

A Mountain Farm Girl” (1922)
“School for Mountain Folk in Alabama” (1923)
“Asheville Home School” Asheville Normal (1923)
“School Ma’am of Sandy Ridge” & Response (1920-21)
“Danish Educators Take Part in Dedication of Folk School in W.N.C.” (19 ??)
Kentucky Federation of Women’s Clubs newsletter (1925)
“Doings on Troublesome” by Ethel de Long (1912)
“The English of the Mountaineer” by Henderson Daingerfield Norman (1923)
“Folk Schools [Brasstown] in the Southern Mountains” by Clark (192?)
“A Forgotten People: The Pennsylvania Mountaineers” by Henry W. Shoemaker before the Woman’s Club, Bellefonte, PA, April, 24th, 1922.
“Our Contemporary Ancestors in the Southern Mountains” by William Frost (1890)
“Educational Rally at Big Stone Gap” ‘Ladder of Success’ speech by William Frost
“Southern Mountaineer: Our Kindred of the Boone and Lincoln Type” by William Frost (1900)
“In the Southern Mountains” by William Frost (1898)
“A Glimpse of the Kentucky Mountains,” about Pine Mountain (1921)
“Highways and Schools Sounding the Death Knell of Mountain Dialect” (n.d.)
“Kentucky Hits Us in Four Places at Once” by Percy MacKaye (1924)
“Mountain Music” by Winifried Kirkland (1929)
“Mr. Campbell Once Said … ,” review of The Southern Highlander by Ethel deLong(1911)
“Pathfinders of the Cumberlands” by James D. Burton (1923)
“Indignant Over the Perry County Pardons” (1910)
“On the Banks of the Red Bird” (n.d.)
“Are You Too Old to Learn” [Moonlight Schools] (1920)
“The Women On Troublesome” by Bradley (1898)


  GUIDE TO SCRAPBOOK AFTER 1929

Scrapbook After 1929

 [Not detailed]


  GUIDE TO LOCAL HISTORY SCRAPBOOK 1920 – 1980    

     Local History Scrapbook  (selected)

Cumberland Gap Past and Present

Graves of Unknown Dead on Warrior’s Trail (1922)

Harry C. Batts, Descendent of First Party of White Men Through Gap (1922)

Indian Tragedy of Mingo Hollow”  (1921)

“Old Wilderness Road One [of the] Best Early Highways”  (1923)

“Our Mountain English”  (1923)

“The Mountaineers of the Appalachian Mountains” (1923)

Cumberland Gap Pioneer Settlers” (1923)

“Pioneer Days in Kentucky”: Aunt Susie Collins of Puckett’s Creek “Squaw Fannie”   1922

“Pioneer Families of Kentucky.” William Bingham of Pineville, KY, n.d.

 “Winton and Its Treasures” by Johanna Peter. Merediths – Breckenridge. Relatives of Katherine Pettit.

 “Old Pioneer Tales,” Parsons Family Civil War [Part I] (1921)

 “Old Pioneer Tales,” Parsons Family Civil War [Part II] (1921)

“Old Pioneer Tales,” Jake Gabbard, “A Night of Horror”  [Part III]  1921  (Alchemy)

“Cumberland Gap and Wilderness Road.” Indian Outrages Succeeded by Those of White Bandits (Harpes Brothers)  [See: #1]

 “‘Tis 60 Years Since Civil War in Cumberland Valley”

“Cumberland Gap 1815 – 1861” [Part I]

“Cumberland Gap and Vicinity. Fall and Early Winter of 1861, Incidents Recounted” By Rev. S. Owsley and Others. [Part II]

“Cumberland Gap 1861 – 1862” [Part III]

“War at Paynes Mill” (Civil War episode)

“Pioneer Life at Callaway”

“Past History: How Those Historic Reprints, etc., Were Started in 1922”

“Wallins Creek. Red Men Revive Interest in Search for Silver Mine”

“S.S. Combs, History of Combs Family” (Hazel Green Herald) 1926 [?]

Hazard, Heart of the Coal Fields 1919” by Samuel Morse Chenault

“In Old Kentucky: Stories of the Mountains (N.Y. Herald Tribune, 1920)

“History of Harlan County” by Mrs. A.B. Cornett, May 7, 1921.

“A Strange Tale of Demoniacal Possession” [partial article; c. 1920s]

“John Shell: “Latest Study of Oldest Man in the World …” New Church League Journal, Dec. 1921, and Lexington Herald-Leader, July 1919. [Page 28a, 28b, 28c, 28d; some pages repeat and are cropped]

Empty ?

The Mountain Magazine (Hazard Herald): Vol.1, No.2 October, n.d.

“The First American Battle in World War”
“Sketch by Rev. Ira Combs of Jeff”
“Morgan’s Men – Reminiscences of Enoch ‘Chunk’ Craft”
“The Hazard High”
“Bethel of Boone’s Trace “ [continued from last issue]
“Civil War Times in and Around Whitesburg”
“Prof. Clarke Remembers”
“Hazard’s Pioneer History” by W.J. Combs
“What Physical Training Can Do For Us” by G.H. Marshall
“How Dr. Hurst Climbed the Ladder”
“Hindman Seniors”
“Articles to Appear in Our Next Issue”
“Yellow Creek” Anderson Combs Gives Its History
“Luck”
“The Telegraph and the White House”

Chris Anderson.


GUIDE TO BIRDENA BISHOP SCRAPBOOK COLLECTION c. 1940s

     BIRDENA BISHOP Scrapbook


GUIDE TO ETHEL S. NORTON SCRAPBOOK AND PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM

ETHEL S. NORTON – Scrapbook and Photograph Album (Part 1)

ETHEL S. NORTON – Scrapbook and Photograph Album (Part 2)

ETHEL S. NORTON – Scrapbook and Photograph Album (Part 3)

ETHEL S. NORTON – Scrapbook and Photograph Album (Part 4)

GUIDE TO SCRAPBOOK OF  PMSS LEAFLETS, PROGRAMS & PAMPHLETS, 1913-1939  (See Series 17: PUBLICATIONS for individual items and duplicates)

GUIDE TO TID-BITS SCRAPBOOK  (1919 – 1983)

TID-BITS SCRAPBOOK Boarding School memoir, Morris Years

TITUS BOGGS BOTANICAL SCRAPBOOK (5th Grade)


SEE ALSO: 

GUIDE to LITERATURE RELATED TO PMSS
GUIDE TO SCRAPBOOKS
GUIDE TO SCRAPBOOKS BEFORE 1929

Series 27: SCRAPBOOKS, ALBUMS & GATHERED NOTES