The Steve Clegg photograph collection consists of images which depict famous ski pioneers such as Alf and Sverre Engen, and Junior Bounous. Steve Clegg was the son of Dr. Reed Clegg, who was the team doctor for the University of Utah football team. Steve Clegg was on the University of Utah ski team in the 1970s, and later skied for the Alpine Training School.
The Alf Engen ski video collection (1938-2004) contains footage that reveals the evolution of the sport of skiing and of ski facilities and resorts, including news reports and interviews featuring Engen and footage Engen competeing in National Championship events, instructing ski school, and skiing with family and friends. Alf Engen was an internationally recognized Nordic and Alpine skier instrumental in the development of the ski industry in Utah and the American West.
The Craig Gorder photograph collection contains one photograph of a skier in a race at Snowbird Ski resort. Craig Gorder was born in 1952 and was raised in Salt Lake City, Utah. He had a career as a ski racer, racing professionally and for the U.S. Ski Team and the U.S. Olympic Ski Team.