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.
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 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.
The Doris Duke oral history project (1966-1972) consists of transcripts of interviews. In 1966 Doris Duke funded a program to interview American Indians in several states in order to document American history from the Indian point of view. The program was directed in Utah by C. Gregory Crampton for the Western History Center (now the American West Center) at the University of Utah. The interviews represent tribes in Utah and in neighboring states, and include both urban and reservation dwellers. Also included are interviews with non-Indians who were closely associated with various Indian individuals or groups.
The Reva Beck Bosone papers (1927-1977) mainly contain the political papers of Bosone (b. 1895), the only woman ever sent to the United States House of Representatives by the state of Utah. Included are correspondence, campaign materials, voting records, legislation, subject files, and some personal materials.
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).
The Frank E. Moss papers (1931-1992) contain congressional papers of Senator Frank E. Moss, 1959-76, covering the 86th-93rd Congress, and personal files, 1935-76. Besides the congressional files the papers include biographical information, photographs, plaques, certificates, honors, etc. represetative of his eighteen years as U.S. Senator.
The Spanish Speaking Organization for Community, Integrity and Opportunity (SOCIO) records (1967-1986) document this organization's administration, social programs, and community activities. These documents describe SOCIO and its activities as an organization representing Hispanic interests in the state of Utah. Included are office files, financial documents, conference and meeting minutes, and client records. Also included are SOCIO's correspondence files that include letters and memoranda relating to its activities with government agencies, private businesses, and other community organizations. Information on SOCIO's education and employment programs, food bank, and Cuban entrant program is present. Portions of this collection are restricted.
Corporate records of the American Crystal Sugar Company, of its direct predecessor, the American Beet Sugar Company, and of other predecessors, subsidiaries, and affiliates. They are supplemented by historical data and printed materials collected by the company or compiled by sugar industry historian Dan Gutleben.
Hagley Museum and Library - Manuscripts and Archives Department
The National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) is “the largest manufacturing association in the United States, representing small and large manufacturers in every industrial sector and in all fifty states,” and “is the powerful voice of the manufacturing community and the leading advocate for a policy agenda that helps manufacturers compete in the global economy and create jobs across the United States.” This collection contains photographs, negatives, slides, digital images, sound recordings, objects, videos, and films that document the history of the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) from the mid-twentieth century through the early twenty-first century. The materials provide a visual and audible documentation of the organization’s programs and activities.