A large portion of the material is the personal papers of Frederick P. Champ, including college correspondence and significant amounts of material from Frederick Champ's business ventures, particularly the Cache Valley Banking Company, Champ Investment Company, Walker Bank and Trust Company, and the Utah Mortgage and Loan Corporation. Also includes records concerning St. John's Episcpal Church of Logan, Utah. Champ family material includes papers of George "Herb" Champ, Mary Knox Champ, and H. Merle Smith. Francis Winton Champ's correspondence and personal papers includes materials concerning her involvement with the Episcopal Church's Women's Auxiliary Missionary District of Utah, and Las Encinas Sanitarium.
Family and business correspondence, business records, and investment reports. Much of business correspondence concerns the Utah Mortgage Loan Corp.; significant personal correspondents include the Champ family, George D. Preston and family, J. Wylie Brown, and several politicians in the western U.S. Also includes materials from Champ's many organizational memberships, including the Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America, Mortgage Bankers Association of America, Logan Chamber of Commerce, Logan Rotary Club, and the Cache Valley Council of the Boy Scouts of America.