ETHEL DE LONG TALK -“SCHOOL AS COMMUNITY CENTER” 1915

Pine Mountain Settlement School
Series 07: Directors
Ethel de Long, Talk “The School as Community Center,” National Conference of Charities …, Indianapolis, Indiana,  June 7, 1915. Published in the Proceedings of the National Conference of Charities and Correction. 43 (1916). p. 608-614

de Long, Ethel. “The School as a Community Center.” Presented at the 43rd National Conference of Charities and Correction in Indianapolis, IN, May 1916. In Proceedings of the National Conference of Charities and Correction. 43 (1916). Print.

The Conference on Charities of June 7, 1915 was one of many talks that Ethel de Long made on behalf of the School.  Her particular focus was on literacy and on the impact of community centers on education.  The Conference was held in  Indiana and was sponsored by the Indiana Board of State Charities. [verify ?]

GALLERY OF NOTES FOR TALK [Missing page 1] 

GALLERY OF PUBLISHED TALK

SEE ALSO:

GUIDE TO THE DE LONG-ZANDE PAPERS [Largely personal correspondence]

GUIDE TO DE LONG-ZANDE ADMINISTRATIVE CORRESPONDENCE [Not included in GUIDE TO THE DE LONG-ZANDE PAPERS] 1911-1928

PUBLICATIONS BY ETHEL DE LONG

ETHEL DE LONG, “DOINGS ON TROUBLESOME“, Smith Alumnae Quarterly. (July 11, 1911)

ETHEL DE LONG, “MOUNTAIN MANNERS,” Smith Alumnae Quarterly

ETHEL DE LONG, “THE FAR SIDE OF PINE MOUNTAIN,” The Survey. 37 (October 1916)

LETTERS TO FRIENDS 1913 – 1928 by Ethel de Long (See: Dear Friend Letters -Index) (Promotional literature)

DEAR FRIEND LETTERS – INDEX (See above: LETTERS TO FRIENDS 1913 – 1928 for those by de Long)

RELATED

ZANDE HOUSE

ETHEL DE LONG ZANDE PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM

HELEN DE LONG PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM

HELEN DE LONG AND DE LONG FAMILY BOOK DONATION (Donated to Pine Mountain in 1942)

GUIDE TO KATHERINE PETTIT CORRESPONDENCE

TALKS:

ETHEL DE LONG TALKS,“THE PINE MOUNTAIN SCHOOL – A SKETCH FROM THE KENTUCKY MOUNTAINS” by Ethel de Long

ETHEL DE LONG TALKS, “SCHOOL AS COMMUNITY CENTER,” for National Conference of Charities and Corrections, June 7, 1915.