The Albert George Brain papers consist of an autobiography; biography of Sidney S. Fox, owner of the first radio and television stations in Salt Lake City, Utah; a transcript of an interview by Albert Brain with Sidney Fox regarding his career in broadcasting; and other materials. Al Brain was a cameraman and photographer with several Utah television stations.
The Helen B. Gibbons papers (1985 and 1999) consist of a paper and correspondence. In the 34-page paper, "Utah Women Who Pioneered in Radio: 1922-1939," Gibbons relates the role of women in the early years of radio station KZN, later KSL. It includes notes and a bibliography. The correspondence deals with biographical information on Irma Felt Bitner, one of the women in the paper.
The GeorgeC. and Gene Hatch papers (1908-1999) documents the buisness and conservation achievements of the Hatch and Glassman families in Utah during the 20th century. Included are extensive materials pertaining to the operation of The Ogden Standard Examiner, The Standard Corporation, KUTV, KALL, and other Hatch/Glassman media ventures. Also included is historical and research material pertaining to the Hatch family's efforts to establish Utah's redrock wilderness as nationally protected space, as well as their work on developing Antelope Island as a state recreational resource.