Arkansas State Music Teachers Association Records
Scope and Content Note
The papers include correspondence, certification and membership lists, board and district minutes and reports, educational materials, data sheets, and questionnaires. Correspondence consists primarily of the president's correspondence . Tests were used for music teacher certification.
- Arkansas State Music Teachers Association, Inc. (Corporate Entity)
Language of Materials
Materials are in English.
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No Interlibrary Loan.
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The Arkansas State Music Teachers Association was founded in 1915 by twelve Arkansas music teachers in Little Rock, Arkansas. In addition to working for musical advancement in Arkansas, the goals of the Arkansas State Music Teachers Association include developing improved methods of musical instruction, supporting members in establishing standards for music teachers, and encouraging education in Arkansas public schools.
8.5 Linear Feet (17 boxes)
Arrangement of the Papers
Materials are divided into three series.
- Series 1. Correspondence, Minutes and Reports, Constitution, Bonding Documents, and Certification and Membership Lists
- Series 2. Certification and educational materials, office papers, memorandum from National Music Teacher Organizations, and news clippings
- Series 3. Personal data sheets, teacher license index, card files of members and ASMTA questionnaire
Virginia Queen of Arkadelphia, Arkansas donated the ASMTA Records in 1982 while serving as president of the organization.
Processed by Norma Ortiz-Karp; completed in 1989
- Arkansas State Music Teachers Association Records
- Norma Ortiz-Karp
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- Language of description note
- Finding aid is written in English.