The Daughters of Utah Pioneers, Phillips Camp biographies (circa 1940-1974) is a collection of biographical sketches of Utah pioneers submitted to the Phillips Camp, Daughters of Utah Pioneers, in Kaysville, Utah.
The Steven K. Madsen collection on Blacks in Utah (1879-1980) contains photocopied materials about early African Americans in Utah, especially about Green Flake and the community of Union. Included are clippings and book excerpts related to Green Flake, property records for Union, records of Union Fort Cemetery, and reminiscences by relatives of Green Flake. Also included are clippings and other materials on Blacks in the LDS Church (1965-1979).
The A. Milton Musser papers consist of typescript of diaries (1852 and Feb.-Apr. 1869), a handwritten index of Musser diaries (1852-1857), and a biography detailing associations with early LDS Church leaders as well as everyday activities. Collection includes a handwritten letter (dated 1948) about gold coins minted by the Mormons in Salt Lake City. Musser was a traveling bishop for the LDS Church from 1858 to 1876.
The Samuel Lindsey Sprague family papers consists of documents and family histories along with memorabilia, scrapbooks and other materials. The Sprague family traveled to the Salt Lake Valley with the Brigham Young Company in 1848.