The Reva Beck Bosone papers (1927-1977) mainly contain the political papers of Bosone (b. 1895), the first woman sent to the United States House of Representatives by the state of Utah. Included are correspondence, campaign materials, voting records, legislation, subject files, and some personal materials.
The Stanley D. Lyman papers (1923-1979) contain the records of Lyman's assignments with the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs, including his superintendency at Pine Ridge Indian Agency. Materials resulting from June Lyman's work with American Indians is also present, as are some personal materials.
The Frank E. Moss papers (1931-1992) contain congressional papers of Senator Frank E. Moss, 1959-76, covering the 86th-93rd Congress, and personal files, 1935-76. Besides the congressional files the papers include biographical information, photographs, plaques, certificates, honors, etc. represetative of his eighteen years as U.S. Senator.