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Overview Mary E. Hoffman was an active teacher, composer, arranger, and guest conductor. She taught music at several public schools as well as at Columbia Teachers College and Temple University. In 1979, Hoffman was appointed professor of music education at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign where she remained until her death in 1997. During her lifetime, Hoffman was an active member of the Music Educators National Conference (MENC), now known as National Association for Music Education...
Overview Jacklin Bolton Stopp is an American musicologist and scholar of nineteenth-century American music who has written several papers on the history of the secular cantata in the United States. Stopp’s papers include her professional subject files and correspondence, as well as her collection of nineteenth-century music serials. Also included are collected ephemera from about 1860 to 1940, such as sheet music catalogs, musical advertisements, and specimen pages.