White, Marilyn Curtis
Marilyn Curtis White was born in 1941 in Washington, D.C. She married Weston J. White, an attorney, and had eight children. She graduated from Brigham Young University for the first time in 1963 with a bachelor’s degree in journalism. She graduated from BYU with her master’s degree in American history in 1989. In 1994, she worked as a history consultant, history teacher, and historian in Beaumont, California. She also worked as an author, a freelance writer, a lobbyist at the Hawaii State Legislature, the editor of The Forum (a newsletter for Hana Pono), and the resource chair for the American Association of Women.
Citation:BYU Alumni Directory, via WWW, October 8, 2020 (Marilyn Curtis White; BYU bachelor’s degree, journalism, 1963; BYU master’s degree, American history, 1989).
Mormon Literature and Creative Arts, via WWW, October 8, 2020 (Marilyn Curtis White; b. 1941 in Washington D.C.; spouse: Weston J. White, attorney; 8 children; 1994, worked as history consultant, history teacher, and historian in Beaumont, California; also worked as author, freelance writer, lobbyist at Hawaii State Legislature, editor of The Forum (a newsletter for Hana Pono), and resource chair for American Association of Women).
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Contains oral history interviews conducted by Marilyn Curtis White with former residents of Keetley, Utah. Formats include written interview transcriptions, indexes, and agreements. Materials are dated 1988.
Includes research materials on Keetley, Utah, collected by Marilyn Curtis White. Contains academic theses, letters, clippings, maps, and articles, many of which are photocopies. Includes research materials on Fred Wada, the leader of the Keetley camp, and Keetley pioneer George A. Fisher. Materials are dated 1890 to 1990.