The Ida Barker Blake diaries (1895-1964) are photocopies of diaries kept by Ida Barker Blake (1875-1964), which document her life as a resident of Southern Utah and wife of H. Elwyn Blake. The diaries consist of daily entries detailing the weather, visitors, letters written and received, and expenses.
The Brigham Young University oral history projects consists of transcripts of tapes of oral history interviews with eighty-two persons conducted as part of a series of projects by the Charles Redd Center for Western Studies at Brigham Young University. Project topics include the Bamberger Railroad, BYU history, Charles Redd, the Interstate Brick Company, Labor in Utah, LDS chaplains, Polygamy, the Posey War, Provo City history, the San Rafael Swell, the Simpson Springs pony express station, and southeastern Utah. Interviews were conducted by various students and faculty at Brigham Young University. These oral history transcripts may not be photocopied.