|Summary:||The H. D. Goode papers (1923-1995) are comprised of materials that focus on the military, teaching, and geology careers of Harry Donald Goode (born 1912). Included are publications, guide books, news clippings, notes, essays, teaching materials, correspondence, research materials, personal documents, and other papers.
|Summary:||The William Lee Stokes papers (1844-1996) contain news clippings, journal articles, and magazine articles on geology, geophysics, dinosaurs, archeology, biology, religion, evolution, and other scientific topics. The collection also contains office files, teaching materials, and technical reports, research notes, maps, field reports, journals, daily planners, geological reports, personal and professional correspondence, essays, lectures, manuscripts, and books. William Lee Stokes (1915-1995) was the head of the Geology Department at the University of Utah from 1954 to 1968, organizer and director of the Earth Science Museum from 1960 to 1965, a professor of Geology at the University of Utah from 1947 to 1982, and a successful writer. His focuses of study were on geology, mineral deposits, creationism vs. evolutionism, dinosaurs, earthquakes, archeology, time line development, and the dependence of science on religion.