The A. Russell Gray biography consist of an excerpt of a book written by Gray's uncle, John Saunders, and an excerpt of Gray's autobiography. The book excerpt includes information about the east bench of Salt Lake City in 1867 and details living conditions and other aspects of Salt Lake during its infancy. Russell's autobiography describes the Unviersity of Utah around 1912 and relates personal stories. It is unclear when these excerpts were written.
The Grace Richards Warner scrapbook [photocopy] was compiled by Richards to document the births and childhood years of her children: Emma Lou Warner Thayne, Homer Richards Warner, Richard Longstroph Warner, and David Gill Warner. Grace Richards was born in Salt Lake City in 1896, attended the University of Utah, and married Homer C. (Pug) Warner in 1920. She died in 1970.