The ARPANET training video (undated) is a United States Army training video for a Node Site Coordinator working with the Advanced Research Projects Agency Network (ARPANET), a precursor to today's internet. The University of Utah's Computer Science Department's Ivan Sutherland ran one of the original interface message processors (IMP) for the ARPANET project.
The Elliott Irving Organick papers (1941-1986) contain information gathered for research on the Ada to Silicon project. Also included are class materials, correspondence, conference and symposium papers, graduate student records, manuals, reviews of papers, proposals, grants, research papers, reports, and financial records. Material on the Burroughs Corp., such as correspondence, contracts, lecture material, and other material are included. Religious records and material collected while serving in leadership positions in the Association for Computing Machinery, the Special Interest Group on Computer Science Education, and other professional organizations are included. Elliott Organick was one of the first pioneers in computer science.
The Homer Richards and Katherine Romney Warner papers contains yearbooks and professional publications. Homer Warner established the Department of Biophysics and Bioengineering (later renamed Medical Informatics) at the University of Utah and the journal Computers and Biomedical Research. Katherine Romney Warner was a musician and active member of the LDS Church.