The Dolph Andrus photograph collection consists of 254 images, and some manuscript material, including a biographical reminiscence, relating to two trips Andrus took in 1917 to Monument Valley. These trips were for the purpose of photographing and promoting tourism in this area. Original nitrate negatives are kept in Cold Storage Box 68.
The film Frontiers (1970s) is a regionally produced documentary about early settlers of the Intermountain West and the development contemporary to the making of the film of the region's agriculture, science, education, and industry. Filmmaker Richard Durrance, Jr. was an American competitive skiing champion, skiing filmmaker, and ski resort manager and developer. On this film he worked with Academy Award winning filmmaker and editor Jean Oser.
The Thomas J. Harvey papers contain research files related to Zane Grey, John Ford, and Monument Valley, including photocopies, correspondence, shooting schedules, interviews, newsclippings, brochures, and pamphlets.