The Klaus J. Hansen papers (1952-2011) includes articles, book manuscripts, a doctoral dissertation, and reviews written by Hansen mostly pertaining to the history of the Mormon Church and the political ramifications of the Council of Fifty in Mormon history. Included are correspondence between Hansen and editors and publishers concerning the publication of his work. Also included are employment materials, class work at Wayne State University, and articles written by others.In addition, the papers include evaluations of manuscripts written by others and correspondence concerning these evaluations which Hansen wrote for various editors and publishers. Mormon historian and author. Currently he is professor of history at Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario.
The Joseph W. Musser papers (circa 1930s) are notes from a book of remembrance by Musser, but also include a great deal of notes, usually about dreams and visions, by Lorin C. Wooley. Both Musser and Wooley broke from the LDS Church over the issues of the cessation of polygamy and priesthood in the early 20th century.
The Ronald E. Poelman papers (1984) consist of an original and corrected version of a speech, entitled The Gospel and the Church, he delivered in the October 1984 General Conference of the LDS Church. Poelman was a member of the First Quorum of the Seventy at the time of the speech.