Pine Mountain Settlement School
Series 07: DIRECTORS
Ethel de Long Zande Talk
“The School as a Community Center,” 1916
ETHEL DE LONG ZANDE TALK The School As a Community Center 1916
de Long, Ethel. “The School as a Community Center.” Presented the 43rd National Conference of Charities and Corrections in Indianapolis, IN, May 16, 1916. Published in the “Proceedings of the National Conference of Charities and Corrections”. 43 (1916), p. 608-614. Print.
Ethel de Long (Zande)‘s presentation to the National Conference of Charities and Correction in Indianapolis on May 16, 1916, was one of many talks that she made on behalf of the Pine Mountain Settlement School. Her primary focus was on literacy and on the impact of community centers on education. This particular conference was attended by 3,228 individuals from forty-seven states and four foreign countries. Julia Lathrop, head of the United States Children’s Bureau, was chair of the conference section on children which sponsored Ethel’s speech.
GALLERY I: Edited Draft of “The School As a Community Center”
[Missing Page 1]
GALLERY II: Published Version of “The School As a Community Center”
DE LONG – ZANDE Collections Guide [Largely personal correspondence]
GUIDE TO DE LONG – ZANDE ADMINISTRATIVE CORRESPONDENCE 1911-1928
[Not included in the DE LONG – ZANDE Collections Guide]
DEAR FRIEND Letters Index (Promotional literature).
ETHEL DE LONG ZANDE “Doings on Troublesome,“ Smith Alumnae Quarterly, July 11, 1912.
ETHEL DE LONG ZANDE, “PINE MOUNTAIN SCHOOL A Sketch From the Kentucky Mountains,” Outlook, Feb. 21, 1917, pp. 318-20.
ETHEL DE LONG ZANDE “The Far Side of Pine Mountain,” The Survey. 37 (October 1916)
ETHEL DE LONG ZANDE “Mountain Manners,” Smith Alumnae Quarterly.
ETHEL DE LONG ZANDE Photograph Album
HELEN DE LONG AND DE LONG FAMILY Book Donation – Donated to Pine Mountain in 1942
ZANDE HOUSE – The Zandes’ residence on PMSS campus.