The Kern N. Bulloch papers consist of digital copies of autobiographical materials, correspondence and information related to US nuclear testing and its effects on local populations. Included are news clippings, reports and legal documents related to Bulloch v. United States and relevant lawsuits. The library does not contain the original materials for this collection. The digital files are not accessible online. Researchers must view the files on-site in Special Collections.
The Stephen Gary Erikson papers contain materials documenting Erickson's activities in opposition to the manufacture, testing, and storage of weapons of mass destruction in Utah and the Intermountain West. Included are correspondence, financial records, pamphlets, publications, news clippings, and maps. The bulk of the materials relate to Erickson's work with the non-profit organizations Downwinders and Western Solidarity.
This collection consists of the writings and research of Joseph L. Lyon, an epidemiologist at the University of Utah. His primary area of research was the development of cancer in populations affected by nuclear weapon fallout in areas surrounding the Nevada Test Site.