The Ernest Hemingway letter consist of one undated letter from Hemingway to Gordon W. Kirby of Salt Lake City, Utah. The letter instructs Kirby to send Hemingway some books, care of Scribners New York, for him to autograph.
The Ernest H. Linford correspondence (1955-1979) consist of seventeen letters to and from Linford, Fawn M. Brodie, and Dean R. Brimhall. Ernest Linford worked for the Salt Lake Tribune where he was known for his liberal politics. His political, religious, and environmental attitudes are the subjects of these letters.