Hickman, JoAnn E. (JoAnn Emmett)
- Existence: 1929 - 2012
JoAnn E. Hickman (1929-2012) was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, a wife and a mother in Utah.
JoAnn Emmett Hickman was born on March 12, 1929, in Logan, Utah, to parents Henry Roland Emmett and Harriet Dudley. JoAnn married Martin Berkeley Hickman August 1, 1950, in Logan, Utah. Together they had 6 daughters. Martin was a professor and dean at Brigham Young University, and JoAnn accompanied him on trips with students and/or friends to the Middle East. JoAnn died 21 years after her husband, on June 10, 2012.
Citation:Ancestry via WWW (JoAnn Hickman; JoAnn Emmett; Jo Ann Hickman; Jo Ann Emmett Hickman; b. March 12, 1929, in Logan, Utah; parents Henry Roland Emmett and Harriet Dudley; d. June 10, 2012 in Provo, Utah; m. Martin Berkeley Hickman August 1, 1950 in Logan, Utah.)
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Contains the personal papers of Martin B. and JoAnn E. Hickman. Includes correspondence and memorabilia regarding both professional life at Brigham Young University and family circles. Yearbooks, letters, poetry, articles, cards, scholarly material, and mementos of various family members make up most of the content. Dated 1900-2015.
Materials contain photographs and some corresponding negatives detailing the lives of the Hickman family. Much of the photographs concern travels to Jerusalem with BYU or the Hickman's and their children and grandchildren. Dated 1925 to 2006.
Handouts, notes, lecture material, exams, placards and awards, class rolls, and other materials used in political science courses. Includes photocopies of laws, judicial practices, state constitutions, and other information pertaining to political science. Drafts of and a copy of Hickman's biography of David M. Kennedy. Letters and other materials from Martin's time at BYU Jerusalem. Materials dated 1960-1989.