DR. IDA STAPLETON and REV. ROBERT STAPLETON Correspondence 1925-1946 PART II

Pine Mountain Settlement School
Series 09: Biography – Staff/Personnel
Series 14: Medical, Health and Hygiene – Line Fork
Dr. Ida Stapleton, Medical Doctor & Co-Administrator, Line Fork 1926 – 1937
Rev. Robert Stapleton, Minister & Co-Administrator, Line Fork 1926 – 1937

DR. IDA STAPLETON and
REV. ROBERT STAPLETON Correspondence 1925
PART II


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Dr. Ida Stapleton and Rev. Robert Stapleton arrived at Line Fork Settlement, a satellite of Pine Mountain Settlement School, on August 30, 1926. Located in Letcher County, Kentucky, the satellite program provided medical care, industrial training and social and religious services for the nearby community. 

Their correspondence, divided into two parts, comprises 136 items that cover the couple’s application for a position at Line Fork and their subsequent correspondence following their arrival and work with the satellite settlement and the supervising institution, Pine Mountain School. The bulk of the correspondence is that of the Rev. Robert Stapleton who managed the business end of the Line Fork facility and who developed the religious programming.

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Dr. Ida Stapleton and Rev. Robert Stapleton Correspondence 1925 Part II
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DR. IDA STAPLETON and REV. ROBERT STAPLETON Biography

GUIDE TO DR. IDA STAPLETON and REV. ROBERT STAPLETON REPORTS

ALICE COBB STORIES Stapletons Leaving Line Fork May 31 – June 1, 1937