The Beth S. Jarman papers (1977-1979) consist entirely of correspondence from the years 1977 to 1979, arranged chronologically. The correspondence stems from Jarman's activities as Executive Director of the Utah State Department of Community Affairs and Chairwoman of the Utah Housing Finance Agency, a division of the Department.
The Charles James Nabors papers (1954-1986) contain correspondence, articles and reprints of articles, clippings, grant applications, and other miscellaneous personal and professional papers from his tenure in University of Utah College of Medicine and as a minority counselor for the University of Utah. Charles Nabors was an associate professor of anatomy at the University of Utah College of Medicine who served as assistant dean for minority affairs. He was also a civil rights activist.
The Michele Parish papers (1917-1995) contain Parish's personal and professional papers. Much of the collection is concerned with Parish's work with the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU). The collection also contains personal and religious materials, such as correspondence, church programs, directories, and information packets from the United Methodist Church. There are also correspondence, and newsletters from her work for the National Women's Political Caucus.