The Harold Orlob papers (1891-1986) contain correspondence, court documents, programs, genealogy, printed material, and sheet music composed by Orlob and others. Orlob was a well-received music writer for early Broadway shows in New York.
The University of Utah Department of Anthropology audio collection (circa 1960s-1970s) consists of commercially published audio recordings representing various cultures and ethnic groups. The recordings consist largely of musical traditions of Native American tribes and other cultures around the world. These materials were collected as teaching materials by the Univeristy of Utah Department of Anthropology.
The Utah Arts Festival Foundation records contain administrative, financial, production, and programming materials. The records also contain memorabilia such as cups and t-shirts. The Utah Art Festival began in 1976 as the Salt Lake Festival of the Arts held on a three block section of Main Street in Salt Lake City, Utah. The Festival is now a four day event, featuring around 130 visual artists, 100 or more performing arts groups, approximately 18 culinary artists and drawing 80,000 patrons each June to Library and Washington Squares in downtown Salt Lake City, Utah.