The Wallace F. Bennett papers (1946-1978) hold documents from the four terms this conservative politician and businessman who served as a U. S. Senator from Utah. Included are business papers relating to the Senator's interests in Bennett Motor, Bennett Glass and Paint, Bennett Leasing, and various investments; family correspondence; correspondence with friends, associates and constituents, such as George Romney, Ezra Taft Benson, J. Willard Marriott, and Ernest L. Wilkinson; and political correspondence that includes interesting items about Utah Governor J. Bracken Lee and Utah Congressman Douglas Stringfellow. Also present are three of Bennett's books, which provide information on his beliefs, the Bennett family, his business interests, and his life in Washington: Faith and Freedom (1950), Why I Am A Mormon (1958), and John F. Bennett: Businessman--Benefactor (1980).
The Allan Moll broadcast radio audio collection (1945-1966) consists of recordings of interviews and news reports compiled by Moll during his time at Los Angeles radio stations KLAC and KHJ as well as Utah's KDYL. Subjects include the 1964 elections, other national issues, Hollywood and local California and Utah news stoires. Moll is the reporter or interviewer on the majority of the recordings. Minnesota native Allan Moll was a radio broadcaster in California and worked for Utah's KDYL radio and Channel 4 television at the beginning and end of his career, respectively.