The Wesley Pratt Larsen papers (1802-2005) contain materials from Larsen's career as a biologist, as well as research on Utah history. Publications by Wesley P. Larsen include works on Indian and pioneer medicine in Utah Territory, 1847-1900, Southern Utah tales, and James Dalley family history, v.3. Larsen earned a Ph. D. from the University of Utah in 1960. He was the associate program directory for the National Science Foundation. He was probably best known for his research on insect stem cells.
The Nicholas Groesbeck Morgan papers consist of archaeological and historical materials pertaining to Utah and United States. The bulk of this collection is devoted to notable Utah/Mormon personalities and figures as well as buildings, places, etc. that are held in historical reverence concerning pioneering and the Salt Lake area.
The Enos and Jemima Child Stookey family biography consists of a bound biography of Enos Stookey (1829-1889)and Jemima Child Stookey (1827-1914) and their children that has been compiled by Gwenevere A. Stookey and Corrine S. Dods. Enos and Jemima Child Stookey were Mormon pioneers who moved from Belleville, Illinois, in 1855 to Salt Lake City, Utah, by wagon. After their arrival they moved to Rush Valley, Utah, and were some of the first established settlers in this area.