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Overview

Historical Notes

Scope and Contents of the Collection

Arrangement of the Collection

Restrictions

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Series 1: Records

Series 2: SWNAMT Newsletters

Series 3: History

Series 4: Videotapes

Texas Woman's University, the Woman's Collection

Texas Society United States Daughters of 1812

An Inventory to the Collection



Overview

Creator: Texas Society United States Daughters of 1812 , 1903 - 2000 .
Title: Texas Society United States Daughters of 1812.
Date: 1903-2000
Abstract: Heritage society for women who descented from an ancester who "rendered divil, military, or naval service during the years 1784-1815." Consists of state organization records.
Location: Mss. 833
Size: 6 cubic foot
Repository Texas Woman's University, the Woman's Collection

Historical Notes

Organized in 1903, the Texas Society promotes patriotism and the preservaton of the history of the American people during the time period between the close of the Revolutionary War and the end of the War of 1812, i.e. 1784-1815. The National Society was established in 1892.

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Scope and Contents of the Collection

Chapter yearbooks, correspondence, application files, organization records including minutes of meetings, photographs, scrapbooks, and other materials pertaining to the work and history of the Daughters of 1812 in Texas.

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Arrangement of the Collection

Series 1: Records
Series 2: News Letters
Series 3: History
Series 4: Videotapes

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Restrictions

Access to Collection:

Researchers may access the Texas Society United States Daughters of 1812 records Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm in the Woman's Collection. The Woman's Collection is located on the second floor of the Blagg-Huey Library. All materials are viewed in the Catherine Merchant Reading Room, and photocopies are provided at the discretion of the Woman's Collection.

Publication and Copyright Statements:

Permission to publish materials must be obtained in writing from the Coordinator for Special Collections.

All responsibility for questions of copyright that may arise in copying, scanning, and use of material shall be assumed by the user.

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Administrative Information

Provenance

The collection had been housed at the Texas State Library and was given to the Woman's Collection, 2007.

Encoded by:

Ann Barton, 2007

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Detailed Description of the Collection

 

Series 1: Records

Box Folder
1 1 Constitution and Bylaws, 1977.
1a Membership list: names listed by years
2 SWNAMT Training Institute, 1952.
3 Life Honorary members
4 Regional Conference Programs, 1960-1977
5 Conference Panel on History Retrieval Project, 1991
6 Texas State Music Festival History, 1977-1993.
7 Combine with old#8. History Retrieval Project Reports, 1991-1998.
8 SWNAMT Constitution.
9 Texas Woman's University Origin of Music Therapy Program: Wm. E. Jones, Ph.D. paper, 1942-1943.
10 News clippings on TWU and regional Programs.
11 SMU Academic Programs, ca. 1978.
12 Texas-- Music Therapy as a " Related Service".
13 Video transcript, 1991.
14 Photograph of NAMT Sixth Annual Conference, Detroit, MI, 1955 located in Map File Drawer#18.
15 North Texas Music Therapy Association.
16 Gulf Coast Music Therapist.
17 Southwestern Association of Music Therapy Students (AAMT).
18 Letters to leaders in SWNAMT/AMTA.
19 Internship Brochures.
20 Mary R. Toombs, Educational Rhythics Workshop at TWU, June 19-23, 1972..
21 Dorothy Brin Crocker biographical file, 1913-2001
22 Music Therapy Curriculum Proposal by William Boyd, 1978.
23 Photographs: National Music Therapy Association Convention, 1979, Dallas, TX.
24 TWU Music Therapy Community Clinic- A Community Service Project of Denton- South Rotary.
25 A Proposal; a one-year curriculum for a starting handbell choir at a senior center
By Edith Dizon-Fitzsimmons

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Series 2: SWNAMT Newsletters

Box Folder
2 1 The Phoenix, 1975-February,1980.
2 Red River valley, Summer, 1980- Winter, 1991.
3 Red River Valley,Spring, 1992- Summer/Fall, 1997.
Box Folder
3 1 SWAMTA Newsletters, Spring, 1998.

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Series 3: History

Box Folder
3 2 History of TWU Music Therapy Program, 1957-1977.
3 Interview with Janice Harris by Kiran Winfield conducted at The Institute for Research and Rehabilitation, 1/2/00.
4 Music Therapy Conference, April 11-13, 2002, Lubbock.
5 " A History of the Southwestern Region of the American Music Therapy Association by June Collins Pulliam. December, 2002. Also application for Grant by Pulliam.
6 Sounds of Southwest, Newsletters of the Southwestern Assn. for Music Therapy Students, 2002.

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Series 4: Videotapes

Box Folder
4 1 SWNAMT-SMU Student Program at Conference, 1991. "Who Are We?" (Includes typed transcription and audiotapes)
2 SWNAMT-History Project, 1997. Chas. Eagle, Don Michel, Mary Rudenberg.
3 Interview with Joseph Pinson
Interview with Nancy Hadsell
4 Interview with Martha Estes.
Interview with Mary Ann Nolterick . Interview with Dr. Nicki Cohen.
5 History of Phillips University of Oklahoma Therapist, 1999 SWNAMT Video
6 Interview with Sheryl Mathews (Brazosport ISD) by Rudenberg, December 1,2000.
7 Interview with Kathleen Coleman, SWAMTA History/Archive, by Rudenberg and Michel, March 20, 2000.
8 Interview with Aileen S. Hummel, Oxygen Network. June 13, 2001.
Box Folder
5 1 US Senate Hearing on Music and Aging - Forever Young-CNN
2 Aileen S. Hummel Interview by Oxygen Network, June 13, 2001.
3 Craig William Interview by Janice Harris, July 2001 (includes typed transcript).
4 Kiran Winfield Interview by Janice Harris.
5 Floria McDaniel Interview by Amanda Flower, March 31, 2001.
6 #2 1983 Nat. Music Fest. for Disabled Veterans
#1 Jeanne Flanders/ Travis State School
7 "48 Hours" (CBS) excerpt. Hope Young, Austin, Texas.
Box Folder
6 1 "48 Hours" (CBS), Janice Harris.
2 Janice Harris, TV Interview, Dallas, Texas
3 Our Children's House Media Highlights, Janice Harris, July, 2000.

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