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Vesta Pierce Crawford
Vesta Pierce Crawford, of Salt Lake City, was reared in Gunnison, Utah. Mrs. Crawford was a schoolteacher, associate editor of the Relief Society Magazine for twenty-five years, and a free-lance writer. She has published poems in many anthologies, and she won first prize for her book Short Grass Woman, published in 1965 by the Utah State Poetry Society. She has published in many magazines, including LDS Church Publications, the Christian Science Monitor, the New York Times, Washington Post, Denver Post, and the Salt Lake Tribune. She has been twice president of the Utah State Poetry Society and has served as an officer and judge in many other poetry societies and contests. She has published more than six hundred poems, short stories, and articles, some of which have won awards in the Utah State Institute of Fine Arts competition.

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Also Known As Vesta P. Crawford
Religion LDS
Birth Date 1899

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The Fable of the Rose1974Poetry
Beyond Judaea's Boundaries1966Poetry
Covenant on Stem and Stone1963Poetry
From A Far Country1960Poetry
Blossomed Tree1941Poetry
Memorial on the Plains1941Poetry
Spacious Century, 1842-19421941Poetry
Where Jesus Walked1941Poetry

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