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by Alice Marriott; Illustrator-Harvey Weiss
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Marriott, Alice Lee, 1910-. Personal Name: Weiss, Harvey
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Alice Sheets Marriott (October 19, 1907 – April 17, 2000) was an American entrepreneur and philanthropist. She was married to J. Willard Marriott, founder of the hospitality company Marriott Corp. Marriott was born in Salt Lake City, the daughter of Alice Taylor and Edwin Spencer Sheets. She graduated with honors from the University of Utah in 1927 at age 19. She was a member of Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society and Chi Omega sorority. She married J. Willard Marriott in the Salt Lake Temple on June 9, 1927.
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Alice Lee Marriott, née Goulding (b. 8 January 1910; d. 18 March 1992; 82 years old), was an American historian and anthropologist of the American Southwest and Native Americans. She is a member of the Oklahoma Historians Hall of Fame. Marriott was born in Wilmette, Illinois, on 8 January 1910. She was awarded a . degree in English and French by Oklahoma City University in 1930 and a . in anthropology by the University of Oklahoma five years later