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Kinder, Alice (Alice Justice)

 Person

Dates

  • Existence: 1921 - 1995

biographical statement

Citation

Kinder, Alice. Family Roots. Elkhorn City, Kentucky: E. and E. Publishing, 1994. Kinder, Alice. The Call of the Kentucky Mountains. Berea, Kentucky: Kentucke Imprints, 1994.

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Alice Kinder Collection

 Unprocessed
Identifier: 1995-11

Alice Kinder Collection

 Collection — Box: 2017.9
Identifier: MS-1995-11
Scope and Contents The Alice Kinder Collection is arranged in four series. The First Series, Manuscripts and Writings of Alice Kinder, contains rough drafts and manuscript copies of three of Kinder’s book length works: Mama’s Pathway to Heaven, Pikeville College Looks to the Hills, and Papa’s Neighbors. Of particular note are the three drafts of Pikeville College Looks to the Hills, which stands as the only book length project to be published about the mountain school.The Second Series, Personal Files...
Dates: 1900-1995

Manuscript for Editing of PIkeville College Looks to the Hills

 Item
Identifier: Item 1
Scope and Contents From the Collection: This is non-administrative material that provides historical documentation of the institution, it's buildings, policies, and meetings, as well as area information.
Dates: 1889 - 2011

Old-Fashioned Mountain Mothers, 1982

 Item
Identifier: Item 14
Scope and Contents The following is the barcode and call number of the item:

Barcode: 39371010314110 Call Number: Spec. 305.48 K517o 1982 c. 2
Dates: 1982

Papa's Neighbors: Glimpses of Life in the Kentucky Hills, 1979

 Item
Identifier: Item 22
Scope and Contents The following is the barcode and call number of the item:

Barcode: 39371010330363 Call Number: Spec. 976.9 K517p 1979 c. 2
Dates: 1979

Pikeville College Visitors, circa 1920s

 Item
Identifier: E00025
Scope and Contents This image once belonged to Alice J. Kinder. On back of image, "A group of interested persons in Pikeville College from the northern cities (from Ohio and PA perhaps) who came to observe the mountain environment and economy and give financial aid to Pikeville College. Front row: Dr. William Duncan Ferguson, field worker for Pikeville College is white-haired man, first one on left; Rev. William Donaldson, Presbyterian Sunday School worker who recruited students for Pikeville College is the man...
Dates: circa 1920s