The Otto N. Toomey papers (1935) consist of a scrapbook of news clippings and a broadside entitled The State of Utah v. O. N. Toomey. The case involved a union carpenter, Otto N. Toomey, who was prosecuted for non-support of his family because he refused to accept work as a laborer as ordered by the Salt Lake County emergency relief administration.
The Utah labor archives (1878-1979) represent a variety of labor organizations and unions in Utah. Generally, the materials cover the labor union movement in the state from the late 1880s to the 1970s. Included in the collection are correspondence, minutes, convention proceedings, financial records, membership records, scrapbooks, and printed materials, along with various artifacts.