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Crockett, Earl C.


Biographical History

Earl C. Crockett (1903-1975) was a Mormon economist and academic administrator in Utah.


Old age pensions in Colorado, 1948: t.p. (Earl C. Crockett, Professor of Economics University of Colorado)

LC in OCLC, 7/19/02: (hdg: Crockett, Earl C.)

OCLC, July 19, 2002: (hdgs.: Crockett, Earl Clarkson, Crockett, Earl C.; usage Earl C. Crockett)

Wikipedia, via WWW, May 28, 2020: Earl C. Crockett (Earl Clarkson Crockett; b. 1903 in Preston, Idaho; m. 1925 to Della B. Comish in Salt Lake Temple; d. 1975; American economist; bachelor's degree, University of Utah, 1928; Ph.D. in economics, University of California, Berkeley, 1931; principal economist for United States War Production Board; acting president of Brigham Young University, 1963-1964; previously academic vice president; taught economics for three years at BYU; came to the university from University of Colorado)

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Earl C. Crockett papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: UA 886
Scope and Contents Collection includes files from his service as Acting President of BYU and Academic Vice-President, 1957-68. Includes correspondence, memos, and reports made while acting president of BYU concerning such subjects as enrollment, financial aid, devotional and forum assemblies, university colleges and departments, recreational activities, and faculty concerns.
Dates: 1925-1975

Oral history interview with Thomas E. Cheney

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: UA OH 46
Scope and Contents Interview by J. Roman Andrus with Tom Cheney, Brigham Young University English professor, concerning his teaching experience, his relationship with the faculty and administration, and his paper concerning the Negro and the Mormon Church and subsequent controversy. Includes sound recording and transcript.
Dates: 1979