Pine Mountain Settlement School
Series 10: BUILT ENVIRONMENT
Series 13: EDUCATION
1936 Walking Tour of Campus
BUILT ENVIRONMENT 1936 Walking Tour of Campus
TAGS: walking tour of campus, built environment, building campus structures, building uses, walking tour of campus, industrial arts, homemaking, farm, dairy, weaving, vegetable dying, cooking, vocational training, progressive education, furniture making, carpentry, auto-mechanics, print shop, printing, farming, gardening, cows
The 1936 walking tour of the Pine Mountain Settlement School campus, written by then-director Glyn Morris, provides details on many of the buildings at the School and their functions. Some of the buildings described are no longer standing nor do they function in the same manner. This descriptive walk reveals some little-known information on buildings and provides valuable information about the function of buildings that no longer exist.
Further, the walking tour of the campus is a walk through the curriculum of the School in 1936. It outlines the educational objectives of vocational training and the craft program at the School.
See EDUCATION 1936 Pine Mountain Industrial Courses for a TRANSCRIPTION of this tour.
BUILT ENVIRONMENT Guide
EDUCATION 1936 Pine Mountain Industrial Courses – Transcription of the 6-page Walking Tour document
KENDALL T. BASSETT Vocational Guidance Program, 1929