MALCOLM Ross is making a study of the mining situation. Later he hopes to publish a book.
OLrVE D. CAMPBELL needs no introduction to MOUNTAIN LIFE AND WORK readers.
MARY P. DuruY is a field worker for Berea College, and Associate Director of the Berea Opportunity School.
MARY 1J. Ro'rr-ntocrc is in charge of the rural library service in Knox County, Tennessee.
RUTH E. CAMPBELL has lived in the mountains as a worker in one of the mountain schools.
EVERETT Dix is Assistant Manager of the Eastern Area, American Red Cross.
MARJORIE BURT is the superintendent of Bethany Orphanage, Bethany, Ky.
ANN COBB, of the Hindman Settlement School, is the author of "Kinfolks," a book of mountain poetry.
HOMER L. MORRIS, Field Director of the Coal Relief Section of the American Friends Service Committee, writes from first-hand experience of the problems of this section.
NOLA PEASE VANDER MEER and her husband, Rev. Samuel Vander Meer, are real pioneers on Morris Fork.
Mwxcur;xrrF BUTLER, of the John C. Campbell Folk School, is President of the Southern Mountain Handicraft Guild.
JAMES D. BURTON is Sunday School Representative of the Board of National Missions, Presbyterian Churca U. S. A.
NORA CRIMMINS, librarian in the Chattanooga Public Library, has promoted rural library service in Hamilton County, Tennessee.