The American Civil Liberties Union of Utah records (1957-1994) consist of documents concerned with the administrative functions of the local chapter and the civil liberties issues with which the chapter was involved. Though the collection covers the organization since its founding in 1958, the bulk of the collection consists of records from the directorships of James Joy (1974-1976), Shirley Pedler (1976-1987), Robyn Blumner (1987-1989) and Michele Parish (1989-1992). Documents from the early years of the organization, as well as from the directorship of Steve Cook (1972-1974), are also found.
The Allan Moll papers (1965) contain a letter from Geoff Edwards to Moll, a roster, and a schedule for the Civil Rights Day program. Moll worked as a news anchor on Channel 4 from 1965 to 1976. He also ran as the democratic candidate for Salt lake County Attorney.