ETHEL DE LONG ZANDE
PMSS Co-Founder & Co-Director 1913 – 1928
TAGS: Guide to publications by de Long ; Ethel de Long ; Ethel de Long Zande ; Pine Mountain Settlement School ; publications ; writing ;
The GUIDE to Ethel de Long Zande Publications lists the writings and talks by Ethel de Long Zande, the co-founder and co-director of Pine Mountain Settlement School from 1913 to 1928.
A prolific writer and a consummate wordsmith, de Long often wrote in the interest of raising money for the institutions for whom she worked. By today’s standards, her words are somewhat saccharine in flavor, but her appeals were very effective in her day and her observations were sharp and to the point with regard to her community work.
GUIDE TO PUBLICATIONS BY ETHEL DE LONG ZANDE
The scrapbook in the Ethel de Long Guide(Kendall Bassett donation) contains the complete magazine for the following:
“For the Sake of Learning,” The Home Mission Monthly, 35:1 (Nov. 1920).
“From Kingdom Come to Pine Mountain,” The Outlook, December 5, 1917.
“Doings on Troublesome,” Smith Quarterly. July 11, 1912.
“From Kingdom Come to Pine Mountain,” Outlook, Dec.5, 1917.
“For the Sake of Learning,” Home Mission Monthly, Vol. XXXV, Issue 1, Nov, 1920, p, 1.
SEE ALSO: Dear Friend Letters 1914-1928.
The Pine Mountain School – A Sketch From the Kentucky Mountains
43rd Annual Conference of Charities, June 7, 1915.
ETHEL DE LONG ZANDE PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM
HELEN DE LONG AND DE LONG FAMILY BOOK DONATION
(Books donated to Pine Mountain in 1942 by Helen de Long)
GUIDE TO DE LONG ZANDE ADMINISTRATIVE CORRESPONDENCE [Not included in GUIDE TO THE DE LONG-ZANDE PAPERS]
LETTERS TO FRIENDS 1913 – 1928 by Ethel de Long (See: Dear Friend Letters -Index) (Promotional literature)
DEAR FRIEND LETTERS – INDEX (See above: LETTERS TO FRIENDS 1913 – 1928 for those by de Long)