After more than fifty years of the group?s service to its fellow educators, the Missouri State Teachers Association was able to construct their own building, aptly named as the Missouri State Teachers Association Building. Located in Columbia, Missouri, the structure is the first ever building to be erected for a teachers? organization in the whole United States.
The building was completed in 1927, following the Tudor Revival design of architects William B. Ittner and EH Kuehn. It consists of two full floors, a partial basement, and a full attic. It is made of brick, and is also called the Missouri State Teachers Association Headquarters.
Built on the area when the University of Missouri was still Columbia College, the Missouri State Teachers Association Building is one of the places you can see while in Columbia.
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