The H. Byron Mock papers (1881-2004) consist of personal and business materials. Mock served for a number of years in the Bureau of Land Management as Director of the Colorado-Utah Region, as a member of the Public Land Law Review, and also had a private legal firm. The majority of his work deals with mining and grazing rights in the West.
The Floyd A. O'Neil papers (1621-2014) contain documents from the American West Center, Western Folklife Center, Indian Self Rule Conference, and the Institute of the North American West. Included are oral histories, research files, and both published and unpublished documents related to O'Neil's position as a history professor at the University of Utah, co-chair of the Western Folklife Center, and director of the American West Center.