The Hope A. Hilton papers (1815-1999) contain diaries, correspondence, research files, family histories and genealogy, news clippings, and manuscripts. Hope Hilton (1924-1999) was a writer and community activist who, along with her husband, organized the Middle East Foundation, a charitable organization devoted to helping students from the middle east obtain an education in the United States.
The Madeline R. McQuown papers (1803-1976) contain some of McQuown's research and works. While the collection does contain some of McQuown's more personal works, such as some of her poetry, the collection deals mainly with her research. Her research was focused on Brigham Young and the history of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the LDS Church).
The Kirk Alan Watson papers (1833-2004) contain documents, articles, and correspondence pertaining to Watson's research into the fundamentalist break offs from of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church), beginning with early 1900s schisms such as the Eastmanites and moving through the formation of the "Woolley Group" that became the basis for LDS Fundamentalism, notorious for practicing polygamy.