William K. Driggs

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William King Driggs was born 31 October 1885 in Pleasant Grove, Utah. He studied music and art at BYU and was an avid cartoonist. After graduation, Driggs studied at conservatories in San Francisco and Los Angeles, California.

He created many artistic masterpieces yet his most important work was to raise a talented musical family. His daughters, The King Singers, performed over 600 concerts.

References

  • T. Earl Pardoe, The Sons of Brigham. 1969. BYU Alumni Association, Provo, Utah, 84602.
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