Romney, Antone K. (Antone Kimball), 1902-1982
- Existence: 1902 - 1982
Antone K. Romney (1902-1982) was an education professor and college administrator in Utah.
Before his time at Brigham Young University, Romney worked for the Utah State Department of Public Instruction and served as the director of library and director of school buildings, in addition to serving in other capacities. Romney joined the BYU faculty in 1946 and spent 26 years at the university, serving in various administrative capacities including dean of students, chariman of counseling services, dean of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, and was the stake president of the Brigham Young University stake in 1956. He also served as the dean of College Education from 1961-1969. At the university, he taught courses on subjects including education, philosophy, law, and comparative education. He retired in 1972 and passed away on February 24, 1982.
Citation:Google news, website viewed October 12, 2012: Deseret News: Antone Romney Dies in Provo (Utah State Department of Public Instruction, Director of Library and Director of School Buildings, BYU faculty 1946, 26 years at the university, Dean of Students, Chairman of Counseling Services, Dean of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Dean of Education 1961-1969, education, philosophy, law, comparative education, retired 1972, February 24, 1982)
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
BY High scrapbooks containing clippings, histories, and other material. Dates range from 1934-1964.
Includes correspondence, policy statements, brochures, attendance records, building plans, enrollment statistics, Immigration and Naturalization Services information, examinations, surveys, financial records, histories, and miscellaneous materials. Also includes information concerning BYU High School and the Elementary Training School from 1896-1969.
Contains scrapbooks of Brigham Young High School Highlites, general activities, Hi-Steppers, basketball tournaments (including news clippings on the National Invitation Tournament), Laboratory School Parent-Teacher Association, and Parent-Teacher Association history, and two programs. Dates range from 1935-1964.