Bicentennial Celebration newspaper clippings, 1974-1976
Scope and Contents
Composed of newspaper clippings regarding the bicentennial in 1976, which Fillmore started collecting in 1974. The clippings talk about bicentennial celebrations and the history of the Revolutionary War and the United States of America. Also included is a calendar from the year 1976.
- Fillmore, Eliza Roundy, 1888-1977 (Person)
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Permission to publish material from Eliza Roundy Fillmore papers must be obtained from the Supervisor of Reference Services and/or the L. Tom Perry Special Collections Board of Curators.
Eliza Roundy Fillmore (1888-1977) was a painter and professional lecturer on flower arrangements in Provo, Utah.
Eliza Roundy Fillmore was an active member of the American Artists Professional League, American Rose Society, and Utah Rose Society. She served as the Utah State Director for American Art Week and as art director for the Provo Pioneer Museum and Women's Council of Provo. She was the art chairmen for other women's societies as well, and was on the Provo Art Board. She was a member of American Pen Women, and placed first with her paintings in the state organization. This allowed her to exhibit her paintings in the Smithsonian Institute in 1955 and 1959. She was very active in church, community, and club activities throughout her life.
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