The Tom Korologos papers (1955-2003) contain correspondence, calendars, itineraries, agenda, memos, reports, conference materials, news clippings, photographs, and miscellaneous political and business documents pertaining to Timmons and Co., a group interested in primarily conservative causes and candidates. Tom Korologos is a Utah native who went to Washington, D. C., to work in Senator Wallace Bennett's office. He is also a former staffer of the Salt Lake Tribune.
The Lead-Zinc Producers Association records (1963-1981) consist of correspondence, press releases, news clippings, office files, and other materials concerning this association. The Lead-Zinc Producers Association was a lobbying group that dealt with issues impacting the lead and zinc industries in America.