Assembled over the last thirty to forty years, the following index consists of journal reprints and publications of present and former faculty members at Utah State University. The collection does not necessarily represent the complete scholarly output of individual faculty members, but only those publications that have either been deposited by faculty members, gleaned from the files of faculty members, or gathered from the files of affiliated departments.
R Gilbert Moore had an expansive career as a rocket propulsion engineer. He was the general manager of the Astromet Division of Thiokol Corporation, a senior research scientist at Utah State University's Space Dynamics Lab, and an instructor at the Astronautics department of the United States Air Force Academy. Moore also participated in various projects that aimed to make the public more excited about space research such as the Starshine Project, Get Away Special, and he was the co-founder of the Small Satellite Conference which takes place at USU. This collection contains reports and papers relating to his work.
Brigham Young University - L. Tom Perry Special Collections
Collection contains correspondence, speeches, bills, legislative resolutions, press releases, and financial records that document Wallace F. Bennett's activities during his time as a senator between 1948 and 1974 in Utah and Washington D.C. The central topic of these materials (which were mostly created during Bennett's later terms in the US Senate) is the Cold War, including how to promote peaceful coexistence between the Soviet Union and America. They also reveal the immense changes that occurred in the concerns of the United States Congress during the twenty-four years of Bennett's service. Materials dated 1948-1984.
This collection contains subject files, general correspondence, constituent correpsondence, books, reports, maps, newspaper clippings, media, and other documents from James V. Hansen's 20 years as a U.S. congressman representing Utah's first district.
1,163 black & white and color photographs, 890 black & white negatives (4x5, 5x7, and 35 mm negatives), 48 black & white glass plate negatives, cyanotypes, duplicates and photocopies, and copies from pages in Mr. Somers' books. Most of the images were taken in Cache Valley (Utah and Idaho, Logan and Logan Canyon, Utah and the Bear River Range, Box Elder County and Southeastern Idaho). A few are from Wyoming, Hawaii, and California. Subjects include the Utah State Agricultural and Brigham Young Colleges of Logan, Cardon Jewelry company and family, Stanford University, the Logan L.D.S. Temples and Tabernacle, Hampton's Ford, fishing, hunting, and camping, railroads, the Jim Bridger Centennial Celebration, the 145th Artillery Unit, businesses and buildings of Cache Valley, parades, portraits of Logan residents and homes, the Peterson farm in Petersboro, agricultural scenes, the Hercules Power Plant, Shoshone Indians, and Bear River Canyon. Most images were taken during 1890-1940.
The Everett L. Cooley oral history project is an ongoing oral history program designed to document the history of Utah with an emphasis on the interaction between the University of Utah and the local and regional communities.
The collection includes correspondence, newsletters, memoranda, newspaper clippings, journals, diaries, oral histories, fliers, notes, speeches, administrative documents, teaching files, student papers and articles created and collected by Charles Peterson throughout the course of his career.
The John Taylor family papers (1844-1994) are a collection of material reflecting the life and work of John Taylor, third president of the LDS Church, and his descendants, John W. Taylor, Raymond Woolley Taylor, and Samuel Taylor. Included are correspondence, letters, biographies, research, writings, diaries, and other papers.
Montana Historical Society Research Center - Archives and Photograph Archives
Simeon R. Buford was a Virginia City, Montana, merchant, stage line operator, and rancher. Papers include incoming correspondence (1872-1911) and outgoing correspondence (1878-1906) concerning his various business enterprises, and with family and friends. In addition, there are financial records (1872-1912), legal documents (1879-1903), and other records. There are subgroups for Buford's political activities (1886-1904), for his brother C.H. Buford (1884-1909).