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Minnesota Music Teachers Assocation M/A 2000.25.01
|Creator:||Minnesota Music Teachers Association.|
|Title:||Minnesota Music Teachers Assocation Collection|
|Repository:||James K. Hosmer Special Collections Library|
About the Minnesota Music Teachers' Association
The Minnesota Music Teachers Association, founded in 1901, is a professional non-profit educational organization and is affiliated with the Music Teachers National Association, founded in 1876. Its mission is to advance the profession of music teaching through education, certification, networking, and advocacy.
Contents of the collection
One box consisting of correspondence, programs, newspaper and magazine clippings and teachers' course materials.
Minnesota Music Teachers Association : the profession & the community, 1901-2000 ML27.U5 M5664 2000 Minneapolis Central Arts and Literature (3rd Floor)
Directory of members / Minnesota Music Teachers Association.ML14.M5M57 Minneapolis Central Arts and Literature (3rd Floor)
Clarance Alden Marshall : the Northwestern Conservatory of Music & the Minnesota Music Teachers AssociationML410.M353 L38 2001 Minneapolis Central Special Collections (4th Floor)
Minnesota Music Teachers Association web site
Table of Contents
|Correspondence and notes of MMTA Historian John G. Hinderer 1955-1962 -- Box 1, Folder 1|
|Newspaper clippings 1923-1926 -- Box 1, Folder 2|
|Magazine clippings, convention programs and member listing 1917-1931 -- Box 1, Folder 3|
|Paper entitled "A Chapter in Minnesota History, 1901-2001" by Robert Tallant Laudon. 1996 -- Box 1, Folder 4|
|Minnesota Music Teachers' Association Proceedings of the Twenty Third Annual Convention 1924 -- Box 1, Folder 5|
|Course materials from John G. Hinderer's studio, MMTA exam questions. letter to Hinderer from old student 1933-1958 -- Box 1, Folder 6|
|Papers of the Minnesota Music Teachers' Association Committee on Certification 1954-1955 -- Box 1, Folder 7|
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