Heil, Lillian H. (Lillian Harmon), 1927-
- Existence: 1927-
Lillian Harmon Heil (1927- ) is a former professor of elementary education at Brigham Young University and Brigham Young University Hawaii.
Lillian Harmon Heil was born on November 20, 1927 in Riverside, California to parents Frank Nelson Harmon and Lillian Esplin. She married Eugene Francis Heil on June 10, 1967, in the St. George Utah Temple. She worked as an elementary school teacher for 13 years, then earned her masters and doctorate degrees in elementary education by 1969. Lillian Harmon Heil taught at Queens College for one year, at Brigham Young University Hawaii from 1969-1974, and taught children's literature at Brigham Young University from 1974-1969. She is an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.
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Contains materials relating to the life and family of Lillian H. Heil. Includes letter correspondence between Lillian H. Heil's parents Frank Harmon and Lillie Esplin, family newsletters, family reunion bulletins, and histories and poetry about Orderville, Utah. Dated approximately 1908-2017.
Consists of assorted course materials, research, and texts on various aspects of elementary education. This includes handbooks, proposals, reports, materials for the Visual Literacy and Poetry projects (research data by school and grade, as well as dramatizations) and the Children’s Literature Survey, and cassette and VHS recordings of research and presentations, circa 1976 to 1995.