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Miller, Marie Clark



  • Existence: 1892 - 1962

Biographical History

Marie Clark Miller (1892-1962) was an American artist, writer, and actress in Utah and California.

Panorama and other poems, c1957: t.p. (Marie Clark Miller)

Springville herald, April 5, 1962: page 1 (Marie Clark Miller; artist, writer, dramatist; resident of Glendale, Calif.; born June 27, 1892 in Springville, Utah; parents: James M. and Drucilla Clark; m. 1917 to Henry W. Miller; d. March 30, 1962 in Calif.; attended Brigham Young University)

AskART, via WWW, August 30, 2020 (Marie Clark Miller; Marie Clark; studied at Brigham Young University, University of California, Berkeley, University of California, Los Angeles, Columbia University, and the Art Insitute of Chicago; occasional actress; member of American Artists Professional League, California Art Club, National League of American Pen Women)

Found in 1 Collection or Record:

Articles, poetry, and other material on Brigham Young University

 File — Folder 1: [Barcode: 31197231244945]
Identifier: UA 607
Scope and Contents Contains eight items related to Brigham Young University, including a poem "The Builder," a tribute to BYU, by Marie Clark Miller; a list of officers of Brigham Young University, 1923-1924; a news article examining the progress of BYU, 1918; a brief history and suggested outline for a history of BYU, with name of compilers, 1920; a copy of the Deseret Weekly containing article about Brigham Young Academy, 1891; a brief history of the Academy from the Contributor written by James Talmage,...
Dates: 1891-1925