Pine Mountain Settlement School
Series 09: Staff/Personnel
Series 19: Students
MAUDE HOLBROOK CORRESPONDENCE
August 8, 1936 – March 28, 1940
TAGS: Maude Holbrook Correspondence ; Pine Mountain Settlement School ; home-making books ; Glyn Morris ; Gilley, KY ; National Society Daughters of the American Revolution ; DAR Citizenship Medal ; Harlan, KY ; Arthur Dodd ; Practice House ; teachers ; students ;
When Maude Holbrook graduated from Pine Mountain Settlement School in 1936 she received a medal for best student citizenship from the Daughters of the American Revolution. Miss Holbrook continued on with her good work at the School as housemother, homemaking teacher, and dietitian from 1936 until 1940.
MAUDE HOLBROOK CORRESPONDENCE: CONTENTS
“List of Books” about home-making.
 Aug 8, 1936
[unsigned, probably Glyn Morris, Director] to Holbrook in Gilley, KY: Informs Holbrook that she has been awarded the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution medal for best all-around citizenship among the students. (Mountain Trail Chapter in Harlan).
 Aug 12, 1936
Holbrook on “The Cabin” stationery to Morris: Thanks staff for the DAR Citizenship medal.
 Jan 06, 1938
Prescription form signed by Dr. Clark Bailey in Harlan, KY, for Holbrook, affirming her good physical condition.
 Mar 07, 1938
[unsigned] Memo to Holbrook praising the good dinner at Practice House, a tribute to her as a teacher.
 Mar 28, 1940
Holbrook to Mr. [Arthur] Dodd: Acknowledging receipt of “check for coverage of fire losses on a pro-rata basis.”
Photograph of Maude Holbrook, c. 1936.
Reverse side of photograph: “Maude Holbrook”; from Genungs Photographic Studios, Mt. Vernon, NY.
MAUDE HOLBROOK CORRESPONDENCE: GALLERY
See Also: Biography of MAUDE HOLBROOK