||Presented with Medal
of the Arts of New York City.
||Receives March of
Dimes Humanitarian Award.
degree from Northwestern University.
Best Supporting Actress for her role in Airport,
the first time anyone had won awards in two categories.
|Wins Tony Award for Harvey.
||Included in first
group inducted into the Women's Hall of Fame.
Receives honorary degree from Saint Peter's College.
||Wins Grammy for her recording of
the Bill of Rights, making her one of only two entertainers
to have received the Oscar, Tony, Emmy and Grammy Awards.
||State of Massachusetts Helen Hayes
Day celebrated on June 6, with tribute from Repertory Company.
||Wins Grammy Award for Best Spoken
Word for Orson Welles/Helen Hayes At
||Wins Tony Award for her career
Receives honorary degree from Duke University.
||Recognized at the Kennedy Center
||Little Theatre renamed
Helen Hayes Theatre after first H.H. is demolished.
||Receives Jefferson Award in recognition
of her radio show, The Best Years,
and to honor her humanitarian efforts.
||Receives honorary degree from Marquette
Medal of Freedom, highest civilian honor of the US
National Medal of Arts Awards, presented by President Ronald
||Receives Smithsonian Institution
James Smithson Medal.
|Wins American Express Award for
Outstanding Leadership in Professional Theatre.