Jeppsen, Ernest C., 1903-1990
- Existence: 1903 - 1990
Ernest C. Jeppsen (1903-1990) was a professor of industrial education in Utah and Hawaii.
Citation:Autobiography, 1973: t.p. (Ernest C. Jeppsen; b. 1903)
A brief history of Ernest Conrad and Dora Adams Jeppsen of Provo, Utah 1903-1985, 1985: title page (Ernest Conrad Jeppsen and Dora Adams Jeppsen)
FamilySearch, July 1, 2019 (Ernest Conrad Jeppsen; born 24 July 1903 in Mantua, Box Elder, Utah; died 16 November 1990 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; son of Conrad Nielsen Jeppesen and Laurine Nicoline Nielsen; married Dora Adams on 10 June 1931; alternate names: Ernest C. Jeppsen; Ernest Conrad Jeppesen; Ernest Conrad Jeppson)
Register of Ernest C. Jeppsen photograph collection, 2014 (Ernest C. Jeppsen; b. July 24, 1903 in Mantua, Utah; bachelor's degrees from Utah State University; master's degree in Industrial Education, Colorado State College; 1947-1952, worked for Institute of Inter-American Affairs in Panama; 1953, joined Near East and African Development Service (NEADS) of Technical Cooperation Administration, supporting development of vocational schools; worked at Brigham Young University and the Church College of Hawaii; 1978, served mission for Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to New York; d. Nov. 16, 1990)
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Books, papers, and photographic images relating to industrial education, BYU, genealogy, and other topics. Includes material relating to the Institute of Inter-American Affairs, especially in Panama, circa 1948-1951. Photographic images include photographs, slides, and filmstrips.