A man prints few papers on the printing machine. "ON OUR WAY" is printed on top of the paper. The print, dated 6th June 1942, belongs to Pine Mountain Guidance Institute.
Some children stand outside a lunch counter or cafe (and also billiard parlor) in Harlan. Sticker of coca-cola is seen on the door of the bar. Group of boys in bare feet stand against the restaurant window and enjoy ice cream. Some are wearing overalls. A dog is amidst the children. Another older boy comes and meets these children.
A building with mountainous background is seen. Members of Alliance for Guidance of Rural Youth, Harlan County Planning Council, Pine Mountain School and the Superintendent of County Public Schools exchange views in a meeting. Members write down points during meeting.
Rich vegetation on mountains of Harlan. Cabins are distributed amidst the thick covers of trees. Women and children outside the cabins. A boy fills his bucket from a small puddle.
A meeting of Alliance for Guidance of Rural Youth is shown. The meeting is attended by Clarke Bailey, M.D., Chairman, Harlan County Planning Council; Dr. Latham Hatcher, President, Alliance for Guidance of Rural Youth; Arthur W Dodd, Acting Director, Pine Mountain School; James A Cawood, Superintendent, County Public Schools; E M Norsworthy, County Director of Guidance; Dr. Joseph Van Vleck, Professor of Sociology, Harford Theological Seminary and Dr. Paul Cressey, Professor of Sociology, Wheaton College Massachusetts. Dr Latham addresses the meeting. All members express their views also.
People view paintings in Harlan. The paintings are framed and fixed on wall. One painting is of a scenic view. People see,comment and pass by the paintings.