The William F. Bulkley photograph collection contains images reflecting the Episcopalian Church's influence in Utah during the early twentieth century. Folders 1-15 contain poster boards with photographs, articles, and hand drawn maps.
The Wilbur H. Smith photograph collection contain mining and geology photos collected by Wilbur H. Smith (1913-1988), a former division geologist for Kennecott Copper Corporation. The collection is divided into three sections and contains personal and family photos, mining and geology, and personal travel photos and postcards. The collection contains information on smelting, railroads, and the United States Geological Survey; Bingham, Utah, and the nearby Kennecott Copper mine; prominent miners in Utah; and national and international mining organizations and areas.
The United States Fuel Corporation photograph collection shows interior of unidentified mines and processes that occur within in order to extract coal deposits. Only identified mine is the King Coal mine.