ALICE COBB GUIDE To Writings, Stories & Letter Copies

Pine Mountain Settlement School
Series 05: ADMINISTRATION – BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Series 09: Biography – Staff/Personnel; Friends & Visitors
Series 24: Books, Periodicals, Literary Productions, Related & Derived Literature & Bibliographies

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 Guide to Writings, Stories & Letter Copies: Alice Cobb; Pine Mountain Settlement School; Harlan County, Kentucky; Katherine Pettit; Ethel de Long  Zande; writing; stories; letters; Nance Templeton; Mrs. Fields; Cutshin, KY; Line Fork; Chad Nolan; Dillard Day; foodways; Old Growth Forests ;


ALICE COBB GUIDE: [In process]

1927Excerpts 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”  
1927Pine Mountain Notes, March 1927 “John Shell
Bear Story”
  
1927“Trouble and Satisfaction” in Notes
November 1927
  
1928Letter to Miss Motter from Student ,
 September 4, 1928
“I don’t like school. But I like what it

makes you bee.” [Brit Wilder]
  
 1933-34 Walking the Railroad Ties (Dillard Day)1 
1934May Graveyard Meeting at
Big Laurel, 1934
2 
1934 Death of Manilla Blevins Baby Alice.3 
1934 Hike to Napier and Gabes Branch,
May 1934
4 
 1934 Party for Logging Boys, May 25, 1934. 
Music at Henry Creech’s
5 
  Visit to Jasper Cornett’s Place6 
  Howard Burdine Tail of Old Red7 
1934 Holiness Meeting (Repeats from #2)
October 29, 1934
8 
  Marionette Show at Big Laurel9 
  Visit to Uncle Hen Turner, 193410 
  Pre-Christmas Sunday School at
Pine Mountain
11 
 Chris Anderson and Josiah Combs
Accounts of their own “Death”
12 
1935-1936 March of Time in Greasy Valley, 1936.
Work on Road, Reflections on Changes
and Place of Crafts, Song and Dance
in New Era Road Will Bring
13 
  Abner Boggs’s Lamentation for his
Wife [early 1930’s]
14 
 1934-1935Visit to the Harmon Turner’s ,…
But not, 1934.  Visits Down Greasy.
Granny Creech, 1934. Martha Spradlin
and Renn and Ben Scearse, 1935.
15 
 1935 Visit to Line Fork with Mrs. Morris,
October 19, 1935
16 
  Taking Moving Pictures Down Greasy,
October 30, 1935
17 
  Fair Day, September 23, 1953
18 
  Visit to Medical Settlement with
Miss Cold, 1935
19 
1935From Abner Boggs, Quotes and
Thoughts 1935
 20 
 Sunday School at Divide, 1934-193521 
 1938Visit to Line Fork. Time of Miss Pettit’s
Death, 1938
22 
 1938 The Big Log Little Girls23 
 1937 Trip To Turkey Fork and Big Laurel.
March 8, 1937
24 
  Logging in Gabes Branch and Holiness
Service
 25 
 1937Sunday School at Divide, April 25, 1937 26 
  Stapleton’s Leave Line Fork 27 
 1937Handing Over Divide Sunday School
to Miss Cold. June 21, 1937.
Descriptive list of attendees.
 28 
 1937 Farewell Trip to Line Fork via Little
Laurel, Big Laurel, and Turkey Fork.
June 4, 1937
29 
  Boy’s Industrial Building Fire30 
 1940 About Sarah Bailey31 
  Religion, Sunday School, Pine
Mountain Divide
  

ALICE COBB PMSS BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

1977Philosophy and Objectives of the Pine Mountain
Settlement School [Strategic planning document}
1 page 
    
    

ALICE COBB TRAVELOGUES

YEARTITLENOTES 
1941Travelogue  
1942Travelogue:  
1944Travelogue  
1946ALICE COBB’S REPORT TO TRUSTEE DOROTHY ELSMITH [Travelogue]  
1948Travelogue PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS  
    

ALICE COBB PHOTOGRAPHS

YEARTITLENOTES 
 ALICE COBB SNAPS PHOTO ALBUM  
    

ALICE COBB BOOKS

YEARTITLEPUBLISHERNOTES
2006War’s Unconquered Children Speak(Reprint)Reprint
1953 Refugees from War: A Study Based on War’s Unconquered Children Speak.Boston: Beacon Press,Print
1965.Sect Religion and Social Change in an Isolated Rural Community of Southern Appalachia: [with] Case Story: Fruit of the Land. [Thesis/dissertation]Print.
1980.[with] Fahs, Sophia L, Alice Cobb, and Gobin Stair. Old Tales for a New Day: Early Answers to Life’s Eternal Questions., Buffalo, N.Y: Prometheus BooksPrint.
2016Cobb, Alice, Sophia Fahs, Hiba. War’s Unconquered Children Speak.Westview Press,. [Re-print of 1953 edition.][Re-print of 1953 edition.]

See Also:

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 WRITING, STORIES & LETTER COPIES

ALICE COBB “SNAPS” PHOTO ALBUM

ALICE COBB – “WAR’S UNCONQUERED CHILDREN SPEAK”