The James Taylor Harwood oral history video collection (1991) consists of interviews with Harwood's widow, Ione, and daughter, Lark, about Harwood's artwork and the process and circumstances of its creation. The video was taken by Harwood's son, Jim, in Ione Harwood's Honolulu, Hawaii home and features shots of her husband's artwork as displayed in the home. Born in Lehi, Utah, J.T. Harwood (1860-1940) was the first of the late-nineteenth-century Utah artists to study in Paris. As a painter, he his work shows the beginning of Utah impressionism.
The James Taylor Harwood papers (1892-2001) consist of original and photocopied materials pertaining to Harwood (1960-1940), his artistic profession, and his personal life. Included in the collection are works of art, correspondence, biographical information, poetry, exhibition catalogs, diaries, notebooks, news articles, and other materials.