Pine Mountain Settlement School
Mary Rockwell Hook Album I
MARY ROCKWELL HOOK ALBUM I Full Pages
TAGS: Mary Rockwell Hook, Pine Mountain Settlement School, photographs, architecture, Open House
Mary Rockwell Hook, like most of her colleagues, gathered photographs of the School. It was natural for her to focus on the built environment of the School and her photographs gather many images of buildings in various stages of construction. She also included people she was particularly fond of or with whom she had spent time with at the School.
This album appears to be the first photographic album compiled by Hook. Enclosed in a black photograph binder with “Album” on the front, it contains approximately 87 individual photographs on 50 pages. The later Album II is much larger and contains 91 images. Most of the photographs in this album are in good condition and appear to be complete with a few questions regarding removal of items on some pages. Some of the images repeat items found in other staff albums and collections.
Note: Some pages within the Hook album are missing and page numbering reflects the missing pages. In some cases the pages are not included as they have no photographs.
GALLERY: MARY ROCKWELL HOOK ALBUM I Full Pages
MARY ROCKWELL HOOK ALBUM I – Full Pages
MARY ROCKWELL HOOK PHOTO ALBUM II Part I – Individual Photos
ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS & PLANNING
DRAWING OF MASTER BUILDING PLAN FOR PINE MOUNTAIN c. 1913
REFLECTIONS: SUMMARY OF THE ARCHITECTURAL PLAN
ARCHITECTURAL PLANNING FOR SCHOOL BUILDINGS IN SITU
BIG LOG PLANNING
LAUREL HOUSE II PLANNING
WEST WIND PLANNING
1940 HOOK ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW