While we had to cancel our annual Clarence Dixon Taylor lecture this year, we are happy to the announce the winners of some Clarence Dixon Taylor Awards!
Since 1865, the Taylor and Dixon families have contributed to the economic development of Provo and Central Utah. The Clarence Dixon Taylor Award recognizes outstanding scholarship on Central Utah (Utah, Carbon, and Wasatch Counties). Nominations may include theses, books, papers, monographs, articles, symposiums, dramatic presentations, lectures, etc. from students and faculty of Brigham Young University, other institutions, or independent scholars.
- Ronald G. Watt for his book:
- Charlene Winters for her photographic history book of Orem, Utah's centennial:
- City of Orem: A Centennial Benchmark (HPN Books, 2019)
- Ryan Lee for his Harold B. Lee Library exhibit focused on railroad impacts on Utah and Wasatch Counties: