Carrel Hilton Sheldon

CARREL HILTON SHELDON {[email protected]}, one of the founding mothers of Exponent II, brought critical business skills and huge enthusiasm and commitment to the success of the paper. She later published the group’s book, Mormon Sisters: Women in Early Utah. Carrel worked on the paper and served on its board of directors for twenty-nine years until she left the Boston area to move to Seattle. She recently retired from the University of Washington Medical Center, where she published patient and family education materials.

The Physical Process of Creation

Articles/Essays – Volume 49, No. 2

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My Short Happy Life with Exponent II

Articles/Essays – Volume 36, No. 3

Dialogue 36.3 (Fall 2003): 191–1933
Claudia Bushman and others reflect back on Exponent II.

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