Pine Mountain Settlement School
Series 17: PMSS PUBLICATIONS
Series 17a: PMSS EPHEMERA and SMALL PUBLICATIONS
PUBLICATIONS PMSS Ephemera and Small Publications Guide
(By date when known)
TAGS: publications, PMSS ephemera, print shop, histories, fundraising brochures, ballads, play scripts, workbooks, reports, one-time publications of Pine Mountain Settlement School, Uncle William Creech, Harlan County, Kentucky, Katherine Pettit, Ethel de Long Zande,
The ephemeral publications produced by Pine Mountain Settlement School are many and diverse. During the Boarding School days, many of the publications were printed in the campus print shop by students as part of their industrial training. In the early years, printing was commercial. Following the end of the Boarding School in 1949, the printing was again turned over to commercial printers.
EPHEMERAL PUBLICATIONS are one-time publications that are not necessarily associated with similar printed materials but generally stand alone. The International Council of Archives’ Dictionary of Archival Terminology, simply defines ephemera as: “Informal documents of transitory value, sometimes preserved as samples. or specimens.”
The arrangement of this series is by year and then publication resource. If the publication was published repeatedly, as in a series, it is given its own heading and is not included in the ephemeral collections.
PUBLICATIONS PMSS Ephemera and Small Publications Guide:
Chronological List of Links to Ephemera and Small Publications Produced by PMSS
|n.d.||PUBLICATIONS PMSS EPHEMERA Uncle William’s Reasons and Uncle William’s Letter|
PUBLICATIONS PMSS EPHEMERA Pine Mountain Settlement School [Promotional literature – flyer.]
|1915||PUBLICATIONS PMSS EPHEMERA Pine Mountain Settlement School in the Making|
|1915||PUBLICATIONS PMSS EPHEMERA Appeal to Annual Subscribers|
|c.1915||PUBLICATIONS PMSS EPHEMERA PUBLICATIONSUncle William’s Reasons||
PMSS Brochure, 1916[?].[creech_wil_002_mod.jpg]
|c. 1915||PUBLICATIONS PMSS EPHEMERA The History of the Pine Mountain Settlement School: The Clothing of an Idea with Substance: A 16-page promotional brochure likely written by Ethel de Long Zande and intended as a fundraising tool.|
PUBLICATIONS PMSS EPHEMERA The History of the Pine Mountain Settlement School. “Where there is no vision the people perish.”
PUBLICATIONS PMSS EPHEMERA Pine Mountain Settlement School, Inc. Pine Mountain, Harlan County, Kentucky. “Do you make your children go to School?” “My children, they haint to make; they cry to go.”
020 Emily J. Hill’s copy of Song Ballads and Other Songs, PMSS April 192… creech_columbus_ephemera_020
|1928 (?)||Christensen, Abby Winch – Book Plate designed by Abby Winch Christensen for Songbooks in the Chapel pews.|
|1929||PUBLICATIONS PMSS EPHEMERA William Creech Founder|
|1924||How Long Fork Began to Play on Sunday, written by an anonymous Line Fork Settlement worker for the publication Survey. (Re-printed at PMSS ??) [MOVE – NOT PMSS PUB]|
CHRISTMAS Mummers Play: Scripts I and II of this frolicking and fast-moving folk play.
A Pine Mountain Study In Civics by Everett K. Wilson: Issued to each student, this small book offered a clear road map for social interaction at the school, the community, the state, the nation and the world.
|1940-1941||Experiences in Consumer Cooperation at PMSS, 1940-41: A report by Co-op students on their studies and operation of the Consumer Cooperative program.|
|1942||WORKBOOK for Students of Printing by August Angel.|
|1947||PUBLICATIONS PMSS EPHEMERA 1947 A Glimpse of Pine Mountain:|
|1955||PUBLICATIONS PMSS EPHEMERA “Dear Mr. Rogers ….”
Fundraising letter to Friends of PMSS
|1963||MARY ROGERS Pine Mountain Album 1913-1963: A small booklet relating the history of the School during its first 50 years. [Not Ephemera ?]|
To Each His Own Cravin’
[Drama – Play Script –Not Ephemera]
|1930s||Mr. William Creech (1845-1918) Founder of the Pine Mountain Settlement School||
Set up and printed at the Pine Mountain Settlement School Print Shop
MARY ROGERS. GUIDE TO The Pine Mountain Story 1913-1980, written and illustrated by Mary Rogers. This page provides links to each of the five chapters.
[Not Ephemera — HISTORY ?]
Environmental Education: The Green Book