The Earl Douglass papers (1879-1953) consist of the family and business records of Earl Douglass (1862-1931), a paleontologist from Minnesota, including the records of the discovery, history, and development of Dinosaur National Monument.
The Karl Vernon King papers (1899-1960) consist of the papers of Karl Vernon King, Creighton King, Samuel A. King, and William Henry King. The Kings were a family of Utah lawyers and politicians. Correspondence, legal papers, speeches, pamphlets, financial records, news clippings, campaign materials, diaries, and other items are included in the collection.
The Charles James Neal papers (1911-1991) consists of documents and souvenirs pertaining to Neal's discoveries and experiences while living in Utah. Neal was responsible for constructing the first telephone lines in the Uintah Basin, Utah. He also discovered gilsonite in Ft. Duschesne, Utah.