The Bae B. Gardner papers (1910-1997) contain diaries, correspondence, notebooks, essays, speeches, various articles and publications, and news clippings. Gardner was an employee at the Hinckley Institute of Politics at the University of Utah. Most of the collection contains information on Robert H. Hinckley, who founded the Hinckley Institute, and politics in general. Gardner grew up in Hinckley, Utah.
The Robert H. Hinckley papers (1891-1997) reflect the academic, humanitarian, and political career of Hinckley (1891-1988). Included are correspondence, invitations, speeches, meeting minutes, personal materials, and papers resulting from his service with the Federal Emergency Relief Administration, Civil Works Administration, Works Progress Admininstration, the Civil Aeronautics Authority, and other organizations and companies.