ALICE COBB GUIDE TO WRITINGS, STORIES & LETTER COPIES

Pine Mountain Settlement School
Series 05: ADMINISTRATION – BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Series 09: STAFF/PERSONNEL
Series 22: FRIENDS & VISITORS

ALICE COBB GUIDE TO WRITINGS, STORIES & LETTER COPIES

Secretary, Publicity 1932-1937
Teacher 1942-1952
Member, Board of Trustees 1983-?
Fund-raiser, Visitor, Consultant 1952-1995

TAGS: Alice Cobb; Pine Mountain Settlement School; Katherine Pettit; Ethel de Long  Zande; Nance Templeton; Mrs. Fields; Cutshin, KY; Line Fork; Chad Nolan; Dillard Day; foodways; Old Growth Forests ;

GUIDE: [In process]

1927 Excerpts from Old Letters, 1927.
Twenty Years Ago at Pine Mountain, 1927.
Miss Pettit to Mrs. Thompson, March 5, 1927
Stories Told by Miss Pettit
[See: Katherine Pettit Stories]
“Aunt Nance Templeton”
“Mrs. Field’s Visit from Line Fork anent [about ?] the School There”
“The Red Shirtwaist”
“Miss Pettit’s Trip Around the World”
“Cutting Off a Woman’s Hair”
“Story of the First Chad Nolan”
“The Line Fork Nativity Play”
“Cutshin”
“Kentucky Place Names”
“How Aunt Sal Stopped Uncle William From Drinking”
“The Encyclopedia”
1927 Pine Mountain Notes, March 1927
1928 Letter to Miss Motter from Student , September 4, 1928
1934 “March of Time on Greasy,” 1936.
1934  “Graveyard Meeting at Big Laurel” 
1934-1935 “Religion, Sunday School, Pine Mountain Divide”
 Death of Manilla Blevins Baby “Alice”
1935  “Work on Road, Reflections on Changes, and Place of Crafts, Song & Dance in New Era Road Will Bring”
1936 “Abner Boggs’ Lament for His Wife”
“Visits Down Greasy”
“Visit to Line Fork”
“Taking Movie Pictures Down Greasy”
 “Walking the Railroad Ties” (Dillard Day)
 1934  “Graveyard Meeting at Big Laurel”
 1934  “Walk Up Little Laurel”
“Party Music at Henry Creeches'”
“March of Time On Greasy”

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ALICE COBB

ALICE COBB – FAIR DAY, 1935

ALICE COBB’S REPORT TO TRUSTEE DOROTHY ELSMITH, 1944
[A report of her visits to several mountain institutions]

GLYN MORRIS LETTER TO ALICE COBB, 1977

ALICE COBB – TRAVELOGUE, 1941

ALICE COBB – TRAVELOGUE, 1942

ALICE COBB – TRAVELOGUE, 1946

ALICE COBB GUIDE TO WRITINGS

ALICE COBB PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM

ALICE COBB – “WAR’S UNCONQUERED CHILDREN SPEAK”