The Ambrosina Colombo Bonza oral history interview (1979) was conducted by Floyd A. O'Neil of the University of Utah American West Center. Bonza was an Italian immigrant to Carbon County, Utah. She discusses her life in Carbon County, her family, and social conditions.
The Carbon County oral history project (1972-1993) consist of oral histories from residents of Carbon County, Utah. While the main emphasis is on living in coal mine country, the interviews are verbal snapshots of rural Utah life from the earliest settlers to as recently as 1993.
The Kenilworth (Utah) architectural drawings and history is an article by Wayne L. Balle titled, I Owe My Soul: An Architectural and Social History of Kenilworth, Utah 1904-1985. The article contains drawings by E. B. Phippen of buildings in Kenilworth, Utah, constructed for the Independent Coal and Coke Co. (1907-1918).