Eugene M. Stoddard research papers, 1907-1968.


Eugene M. Stoddard research papers, 1907-1968.

Research notes, drafts, transcipts of interviews, and correspondence. The materials relate to Stoddard's research into the life and career of Frances Elliott Clark, a music teacher and author in Indiana and Utah. Stoddard's research led to his dissertation on Clark.

6 boxes (3 linear ft.)


SNAC Resource ID: 6691915

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Clark, Frances Elliott, 1860-1958 (person)

Frances Elliott Clark (1860-1958) was an American music educator. Clark taught in Illinois and Iowa public schools until 1903, when she took a position as supervisor of Milwaukee public schools. In 1911, she became the director of the Education Department of the Victor Talking Machine Company, where she promoted the use of the phonograph in music education. She was a founding member of the Music Supervisors National Conference, later renamed the Music Educators National Conference, where she pre...

Stoddard, Eugene M. (person)

PhD candidate in the Department of Music at Brigham Young University. From the description of Eugene M. Stoddard research papers, 1907-1968. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122367853 ...