National Geographic : 1942 Jul
The Sun Shines Bright in Kentucky Many Berea Students Literally Weave Their Way Through College Deftly a coed makes a scarf. Boys, operating bigger looms, made the heavier woolens at right. tii © National Geographie Society Kndachromes by IB. Anthony Stecart At the "Wee House in the Wood," Children See How Grandpa Learned to Read Miss Jean Thomas, "the traipsin' woman," collector of Kentucky ballads, bought the log schoolhouse where McGuffey's Reader was last used and moved it to her garden near Ashland (Plate XII). The book lies where it fell when the aged schoolmaster who clung to the old text was fatally stricken at his desk.