GUIDE TO LINE FORK SETTLEMENT WORKER’S REPORTS 1921-1941

Pine Mountain Settlement School
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GUIDE TO REPORTS OF WORKERS AT LINE FORK SETTLEMENT

REPORTS OF LINE FORK WORKERS, 1921 – 1941:

1920 REPORTS

Letters from Marguerite Butler [Bidstrup]  [Extensive collection of letters and reports – 1914 – 1923]
Personal narrative from Frances Palmer [Conquist], “My Six Months at Line Fork Settlement,” regarding time at Line Fork, 1920. Part of Line Fork Album. [13 pages and photographs]
Personal narrative from Isabel [Isabella] McLennan [McMeekin], “The Beginning of Line Fork,” regarding time at Line Fork, 1920. [13 pages]
Personal narrative from Martha Van Meter, “Some Early Experiences at Line Fork,” regarding time at Line Fork, 1920. [11 pages]

1921 REPORTS

Personal narrative from Mary Ellen Davies, “Impressions at Line Fork,” regarding time at Line Fork, 1920. [4 pages]
Letter to Cara H. Sommers
Letter from E.B. Hale to Katherine Pettit regarding schools, June 20th, 1921

1922 REPORTS

Letter from Cara H. Sommers, Feb. 4, 1922
Letter to Cara H. Sommers, Feb. 13, 1922
Letter to Cara H. Sommers, April 7, 1922
Letter from George Clark to Marguerite Butler , April 10, 1922
Letter from George Clark to Marguerite Butler , June 10, 1922
Letter from Katherine Pettit to Anna Van Meter, June 29. 1922
Letter to Marguerite Butler from Marian Williamson, August 14, 1922

1923 REPORTS

Clinic Inspections, Bureau of Trachoma, October 6th, 1923 [3 pages]
Line Fork Report, Rita Roeder, Industrial Worker at Line Fork, July 14 – Oct. 1. [6 pages, handwritten]
Line Fork Settlement Clinic Inspections by Dr. O.B. Kobert, Director, Bureau of Trachoma, Oct. 8, 1923 [3 pages]
“Line Fork – 1922-23,” Personal narrative by Anne Ruth MedcalfFebruary 1923.

1924 REPORTS

Report from Marguerite Butler to K. Pettit, January 30, 1924 [6 pages]
Report from Marguerite Butler to K. Pettit, February 21, 1924 [8 pages]
Report from Marguerite Butler to K. Pettit, March 2, 1924 [6 pages]
Report from Marguerite Butler to K. Pettit, July 31, 1924 [7 pages]
Letter to Katherine Pettit from Geddes Smith, Managing Editor, The Survey, October 23, 1924
Letter from Katherine Pettit to Abner Jones, Co. Superintendent, Public Instruction, Harlan, KY, November 17, 1924 [1 page]
Letter from Anne Ruth Medcalf to Geddes Smith, Managing Editor, The Survey, November 8, 1924. [4 pages]
Letter to Katherine Pettit from Marian Williamson, R.N., Executive Secretary of The Kentucky Crippled Children Commission, Louisville, KY, December 22, 1924. [2 pages]
Letter from Katherine Pettit to Mrs. Newt Fields, Gilley, Letcher Co., KY, December 31, 1924. [1 page]
Letter from Marguerite Butler to Katherine Pettit, Sunday afternoon, n.d., 1924 [4 pages]
Letter from Marguerite Butler to Katherine Pettit, Tuesday night, n.d., 1924 [6 pages]

1925 REPORTS

Report from Ann Ruth Medcalf to Katherine Pettit, April 1, 1925 [2 pages]
Report fromHelen Littleto Katherine Pettit, Thursday, n.d., 1925 [2 pages]
Letter accompanying 8-page report from Helen Little to Katherine Pettit, Monday, n.d., 1925 [1 page]
Report from Helen Little to Katherine Pettit, May 8, 1925 – May 31, 1925, includes suggestions for programs [8 pages]  Line Fork Settlement Plan and Suggestions [for services],
Observations regarding the sale of second-hand clothing to community, from Helen Little [?] accompanying Report [?], n.d., 1925.
Report from Helen Little to Katherine Pettit, n.d. 1925 [3 pages]
Report from Helen Little to Katherine Pettit, July 1925. “I’m still a little shaky …” [3 pages]
Letter from S.A. Mathiasen, Director, Pocono Peoples College, Henryville, PA. to Helen Little. July 29, 1925. “In reference to Miss Rose Heylek, I would recommend to Miss Pettit that she try her out …” [1 page]
Report from Christine Hoague for Helen Little to Katherine Pettit, July 31, 1925. “I’m writing this letter at Miss Little’s request … [2 pages]
Report from Helen Little to Katherine Pettit, August 3, 1925. “When I got back I found that Dr. Eastabrook had been here …” [1 page]
Report from Helen Little to Katherine Pettit, August 9, 1925. “Enclosed you will find my report, which I hope is what you want…. ” [1 page]
Report from Helen Little to Katherine Pettit, Sunday, A.M, n.d, 1925. “As I was down at Manon Cornett’s last night, helping ….” [1 page]
Report from Helen Little to Katherine Pettit, Thursday A.M., n.d., 1925. “I may not have made myself clear about Rose coming down. I did not mean to suggest …” [4 pages]
Report from Helen Little to Katherine Pettit. n.d., 1925. “There were fifty or more out at church this morning. The children didn’t come for games ….” [1 page]
Report from Helen Little to Katherine Pettit, August 13, 1925. “Manon Cornett now has six pounds of wool, which he will sell to you for .60 cents a pound, if you will let …” [2 pages]
Report from Helen Little to Katherine Pettit, August 28, 1925. “In a recent letter you say ‘What you make in the course of time, from sales of brooms, stools, etc. could go for equipment …’ [2 pages]
Report from Helen Little and Catherine Hoague to K. Pettit, August n.d., 1925. “The following graphs will show the actual status of the work …” [4 pages]
Report fromHelen Little to Katherine Pettit, September n.d., 1925. “This month has been characterized by outdoor activities…” [1 page]
Report from Helen Little to Katherine Pettit, Saturday, n.d., 1925. “I am sure all the pieces of the loom which arrived here are here now …” [1 page]
Report from Helen Little to Katherine Pettit, Friday n.d., 1925. “Miss Hoague went up, and got back all but one lb. of the eight pounds of wool …” [1 page]
Report from Helen Little to Katherine Pettit, n.d., 1925. “I am concerned about Polly’s health. I asked her to see Miss Heney about her cough …” [1 page]
Memo from Helen Little to Katherine Pettit, n.d., 1925. “In regard to the people doing their own packages; I have made a rule for them …” [1 page]
Report from Mary Skidmore, Public Health Nurse, to Katherine Pettit, September 1925. “The writer has spent almost the entire month of September getting acquainted …” [1 page]
Report fromHelen Little to Katherine Pettit, October 4, 1925. “The work at Line Fork is of so varied a nature as to defy classification. No one day is like another …” [3 pages]
Helen Little, October 1925 [8 pages]
Report from Helen Little to Katherine Pettit, October 29, 1925 [Location ??]

1926 REPORTS

       STAPLETON REPORTS 1926 – 1936

MARGUERITE BUTLER REPORTS
(see :  GUIDE TO MARGUERITE BUTLER LETTERS)

1927 REPORTS

Report from Dorothy Swisshelm to Katherine Pettit, June 21 – July 30, 1927

1928 REPORTS

1929 REPORTS

ARCHITECTURAL PLANNING FOR SECOND CABIN – Mary Rockwell Hook

1930 REPORTS

1931 REPORTS

1932 REPORTS

1933 REPORTS

1934 REPORTS

1935 REPORTS

1936 REPORTS

Report from Dr. Ida Stapleton to Katherine Pettit, July 24, 1936 [4 pages]
Letter from Dr. Ida Stapleton to Miss Annie R. Lewis, September 3, 1936 [3 pages]

1937 REPORTS

1938 REPORTS

1939 REPORTS

1940 REPORTS

1941 REPORTS


 

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