Jeppsen, Ernest C., 1903-1990
- Existence: 1903 - 1990
Ernest C. Jeppsen (1903-1990) was a professor of industrial education in Utah and Hawaii.
Citation:Autobiography, 1973: t.p. (Ernest C. Jeppsen; b. 1903)
A brief history of Ernest Conrad and Dora Adams Jeppsen of Provo, Utah 1903-1985, 1985: title page (Ernest Conrad Jeppsen and Dora Adams Jeppsen)
FamilySearch, July 1, 2019 (Ernest Conrad Jeppsen; born 24 July 1903 in Mantua, Box Elder, Utah; died 16 November 1990 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; son of Conrad Nielsen Jeppesen and Laurine Nicoline Nielsen; married Dora Adams on 10 June 1931; alternate names: Ernest C. Jeppsen; Ernest Conrad Jeppesen; Ernest Conrad Jeppson)
Register of Ernest C. Jeppsen photograph collection, 2014 (Ernest C. Jeppsen; b. July 24, 1903 in Mantua, Utah; bachelor's degrees from Utah State University; master's degree in Industrial Education, Colorado State College; 1947-1952, worked for Institute of Inter-American Affairs in Panama; 1953, joined Near East and African Development Service (NEADS) of Technical Cooperation Administration, supporting development of vocational schools; worked at Brigham Young University and the Church College of Hawaii; 1978, served mission for Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to New York; d. Nov. 16, 1990)
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Contains correspondence, meeting minutes, programs, reports, proposals and student records. Materials date from between 1964 and 1972.
Books, papers, and photographic images relating to industrial education, BYU, genealogy, and other topics. Includes material relating to the Institute of Inter-American Affairs, especially in Panama, circa 1948-1951. Photographic images include photographs, slides, and filmstrips.