The Latinx Voices Project contains 54 oral history interviews with Cache Valley Utah Latinx community members. The collection was created in two phases. In 2007, 45 adults (46 interviews) were conducted. This first phase includes the original interview cassette tape(s), typed transcription, photo (if available), compact disc(s) of original cassette tapes, and translated transcripts (Spanish interviews translated into English and English interviews translated into Spanish). Also included in this phase are administrative correspondence and papers, newspaper articles, release forms, and training materials for interviewers. The 2007 materials are housed in boxes 1-11. In 2012, phase two was created, with youth perspectives. These materials include eight interviews with youths (15-18 years of age) from Mountain Crest High School in Hyrum, Utah, during November 2012. The Latinx Voices: Youth Perspectives are housed in box 12.
This collection represents interviews and documentary photographs regarding Mormon food storage activities carried out by members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints from Cache Valley, Utah, during 1992-2002.