The Ola Nilsson Liljenquist papers (1948-1989) contain an article and a biography. Liljenquist was born in Ignaberga, Christianstaad, Sweden, where he was converted to the LDS Church. He settled in Hyrum, Utah and served as an LDS bishop and served ten terms as mayor. He created a cooperative city and implemented the construction of the road through Blacksmith Fork Canyon.
The Ada Morrell Family Scrapbook Collection documents several families (Woolf, England, Morrell, Hambleton, and Seamons) mostly from Cache Valley, although a small portion of the collection does cover Tooele, Utah. The scrapbooks were compiled by Ada Eliza England Morrell.