Pine Mountain Settlement School
Series 09: Biography – Staff/Personnel
Series: PHOTOGRAPHS – Ethel S. Norton Scrapbook and Photographs
Series 27: Scrapbooks, Albums, Gathered Notes
ETHEL S. NORTON SCRAPBOOK AND PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM (Part 4)
TAGS: Ethel S. Norton Scrapbook and Photograph Album (Part 4) ; Ethel S. Norton ; Ethel Zande ; students ; brochures ; PMSS history ; Big Log ; Far House ; School House ; Graduating Class 1920 ; Laurel House ; Farm House and Barn ; Sawmill ; dancing ; Boy Scouts ; spinning ; The Road ; The Doctor ; Medical Settlement ; Extension Work ; Children’s Home ; district school ; officers ; purposes ; scholarships ; visitor information ; W.F.P.S. ; Dear friend letter ; Fair Annie ; Shepherd family ; clippings ; The Woman Citizen ; Geddes Smith ; Uncle William Creech ; community ; Margaret P. Humes ; pledge cards ; photographs ; coal mines ; Uncle Fiddler John Lewis ; Aunt Louisa Lewis ; railroad connections ; maps ; General Advisory Board ; contribution card ; Limestone Branch ; cabbages ; Chapel ; cooking class ; Uncle William’s Reasons ; Resident Executive Committee ; Board of Trustees ;
CONTENTS: Ethel S. Norton Scrapbook and Photograph Album (Part 4)
Zande note & handwritten list. See details in  and .
Closeup of [Ethel] Zande’s typewritten note to Miss Norton: instructions.
Closeup of item in : Handwritten list of times, first names, classroom notes: Polly, Felix, Silas, Violet, Winifred, Van, Clara.
[131, 131a-131n ] September 1920
Brochure cover: “Pine Mountain Settlement School, Inc.”
Pages 1-4: History of the Pine Mountain Settlement School
Pages 5-11: Photos of Big Log House; Living Room at Far House; Schoolhouse; Graduating Class 1920; Laurel House, Farmhouse and Barn; Sawmill; children dancing; Boy Scouts; women with spinning wheels
Page 12: Other Activities – Established and Proposed: The Road
Page 13: Continued; photos of road work and The Doctor
Page 14: The Medical Settlement; The Extension Work
Page 15: The Children’s Home; photos of district schoolhouse and children
Page 16: Officers; Purpose; scholarship amounts
Envelope containing brochure “Information for Workers and Visitors arriving at the Pine Mountain Settlement School” and a history; W.F.P.S. pin. [See details in  and [160-166]
 ephemera, n.d.
Closeup of W.F.P.S. pin: “Enjoy Not Destroy – W.F.P.S.”
[138a, 138b, 138c] April 1, 1925
Fundraising letter from de Long Zande to “My dear Friend”: “Our Students” (Fair Annie) with photo of girl; “Our Neighbors” (Shepherd family) with photo of distant building; “Our Contributors” with photo of creek.
[151-153] February 1926
Magazine article by Geddes Smith titled “Pine Mountain” in “The Woman Citizen”; photos of Laurel House, Farmhouse(?), Uncle William, woman and children on horse.
 April 25, [no year]
Newspaper clipping about Margaret P. Humes: “Kentucky Girl Quits Life of Ease; Brings Cheer to Mountain Homes.”
Pledge card for “The Junior Flower League”; clipping “Trail of Lonesome Pine Now a Concrete Highway”; photo of coal mine.
Closeup of each item in .
Newspaper clipping, “There Ain’t No Such Animals” with photo of Uncle John Fiddler and Aunt Louisa Lewis.
Brochure: “Information for Workers and Visitors arriving at the Pine Mountain Settlement School”: Railroad Connections; Map (of logging train, mule trail and wagon road, path, railroad, motor road),; Motor Road; Trip Across Pine Mountain; Luggage; Mail; Telegrams; Clothing; Board; General Advisory Board; Purpose; contribution card.
Pages from a brochure: Published photos of “William Creech, Founder”; “Path from our Kitchen Door across the Limestone Branch in the Springhouse”; Laurel House & Cabbages; “From the Trail…”; “Neighbors Passing”; “Laurel House Family”; Chapel; district school children; cooking
[176, 177] n.d.
Page from a brochure: “Uncle William’s Reasons. October 1913.”
Page from a brochure: Resident Executive Committee & Board of Trustees.
GALLERY: Ethel S. Norton Scrapbook and Photograph Album (Part 4)
ETHEL S. NORTON Biography
ETHEL S. NORTON SCRAPBOOK AND PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM (PART 4)