The E. Kay Kirkham papers (1985) contains an article entitled Daniel Stillwell Thomas and Martha Paine Jones Thomas: Early Members of the LDS Church and Utah Pioneers of 1894. It was presented to the Genealogical Society in 1985. Kirkham was a genealogist and wrote many books on genealogy.
The Stephanie Young Merzel papers (1861-1948) are photocopies and transcripts of correspondence between Joseph Franklin Barton and his son, Morgan Amasa Barton, while the father was in prison for polygamy. There is also a family history by Morgan Amasa Barton, entitled The Back Door to San Juan, which discusses the family's journey through Hole in the Rock in 1855.
The Clark J. Phelps papers (2002) contain newsletters sent via email to a small group of friends. Contents focus primarily on the peculiarities of Mormonism, with a minor emphasis on the events surrounding the 2002 Winter Olympic Games in Salt Lake City.
The George J. Taylor papers (1843-1897) contain six volumes of photocopied materials including journals, correspondence, certificates, and legal documents. Taylor (1834-1914) was a regent of the University of Deseret (now University of Utah) and the oldest son of John Taylor, third president of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church).