Pine Mountain Settlement School
Series 17: PUBLICATIONS PMSS
TAGS: calendars, 1946, Pine Mountain Settlement School; Harlan County, KY; Elizabeth Telling. illiustators, illustration, drawings, William Creech as Union soldier,
PUBLICATIONS PMSS CALENDARS 1946
The 1946 PMSS Calendar is a small and very simple presentation of the exquisite engraving executed by Elisabeth Telling of a young William Creech. Telling took the image from Creech’s Civil War photograph. The image has long been an iconic image for Pine Mountain Settlement School and may be found on other promotional literature.
The engraving dominates the calendar and below the image is a very small calendar identified by “1946”. The months are intended to be torn off when completed and for this reason, very few calendars of this year have survived intact.
The back of the calendar has a sturdy cardboard flap that may be extended to allow the calendar to sit comfortably on desks. The inscriptions on the back describe the image and words used in the calendar
WILLIAM CREECH, SR.
Soldier – Patriot – Benefactor
Founder of Pine Mountain Settlement School
Words taken from plaque on theWilliam Creech Memorial Fountain, Drypoint made from an old daguerreotype of Uncle William Creech at 19, in Civil War uniform, used with permission of the artist, Miss Elisabeth Telling for 1946 calendar..
GALLERY: PUBLICATIONS PMSS CALENDARS 1946
See Also: PUBLICATIONS PMSS CALENDARS
PUBLICATIONS PMSS CALENDARS Guide
1937 PMSS CALENDAR
1939 PMSS CALENDAR
1952 PMSS CALENDAR – “A Year of Song”