Texas Industrial Arts Association Publications and Records, 1946-2004Add to your cart.

By Jaime Janda

Collection Overview

Title: Texas Industrial Arts Association Publications and Records, 1946-2004Add to your cart.
ID: 01/ AR0338
Extent: 7.0 Boxes
Arrangement:

This collection has nine series.

Series 1 is arranged by the type of records (bulletins, handbooks, journals, newsletters), then chronologically followed by alphabetically. Series 2 - Series 9 are arranged chronologically and then alphabetically if needed.

Date Acquired: 12/01/1984. More info below under Accruals.
Languages: English

Abstract

The Texas Industrial Arts Association was implemented for regional and state level competitive project fairs to exhibit works and illustrate the importance of industrial arts to students, teachers, and their impact on Texas.

Scope and Contents of the Materials

This collection contains: meeting reports from the Board of Directors, Conference Board, Summer Board, Executive Committee, the Regional President and other miscellaneous committees; Correspondence between board members, agencies and committees; Educational awards, memberships, workshop and conference materials, course and studies information, and teacher/student lists; Financial information including membership dues, ledgers, bills paid, statements, budget reports, expenses, invoices and blank forms.  Also contained within the collection are bulletins, journals, handbooks and newsletters from the Texas Industrial Arts Association.

Collection Historical Note

The Texas Industrial Arts Association (TIAA) was founded in 1955 by industrial arts educators and teachers who recognized the need for a state organization to represent industrial arts as a phase of general education. In the 1980s the organization's name was changed to the Association of Texas Technology Education and empahsis was placed on being an advocate for the study of technology education, in all grades, "to prepare the youth of Texas for success in a technological society" (Texas Technology & Engineering Educators homepage, www.texastee.net).

Dr. M. D. Williamson, Associate Professor of Industrial Arts at North Texas State University, served as vice-president of the TIAA from 1963-1964 and as President from 1964-1965.

Access Information

Access Restrictions:

This collection is not restricted.

Use Restrictions:

Reproduction and publication of materials in this collection are subject to the policies of the UNT Special Collections department. Copyright restrictions may apply.

Physical Access Note:

This collection is stored off-site and requires a minimum of 24 hours notice prior to use.

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Administrative Information

Repository: Manuscripts
Accruals: 84-026; 85-004
Acquisition Source: Mike Kozak
Acquisition Method: Gift
Preferred Citation: Texas Industrial Arts Association Publications and Records, University of North Texas Special Collections

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