The Dick Harold Johnson digital photograph collection focuses on river rafting on the Green and Colorado Rivers and boating on Lake Powell. The middle section of the collection contains images of the Colorado River, pre Lake Powell and the filling of the Lake.
The Everett Ruess family papers is a collection containing diaries, correspondence, postcards, school work and original writings, and other documents related to Everett Ruess and his family. Everett Ruess was an artist and writer who explored the deserts of the southwest, invariably alone. He was known for cutting linoleum prints of nature and associated with Ansel Adams and Dorothea Lange.