The William R. Gould papers (1931-2005) are comprised mainly of personal materials, office correspondence from Gould's lifetime career at Southern California Edison (SCE), speeches, and materials from the boards of directors of both SCE and a variety of community and business organizations which Gould served upon. William R. Gould (b. 1919) started out as an engineer and worked his way up to chief executive officer of Southern California Edison, one of the nation's largest electric utilities. The collection is an excellent source of material on energy, energy policy, utility management, and nuclear reactor development in Southern California, the Southwest, and the United States in general.
The Peter Huntoon papers consist of materials about nuclear technology, ranging from nuclear explosions, to power plants, to the side effects of radiation, and the effects of nuclear technologies on prominent areas which have experienced significant exposure to nuclear energy. Huntoon was a professor of Geology at University of Wyoming.