The Seville Flowers papers (1931-1989) contains correspondence, mementoes, article reprints, memorial donations, newspaper clippings, information on Native Americans, particularly Navajo myths and pteridophytes morphology, field notes of Bruce N. Smith and A. O. Garrett, papers, and note cards in journal form. Flowers (1900-1968) was a researcher, a writer, and a professor of botany at the University of Utah (1936-1968). He specialized in bryology and phycology, and was Vice President (1964-1965) and President (1966-1967) of the American Bryological Society. He was also State Chairman of the National Educational Association's Science Department (1934-1936) and President of the Utah Education Association (1935-1937).
The William R. and Erlyn Gould Distinguished Lecture on Technology and the Quality of Life Series video recordings (1992-2006) consist of videos of the annual Gould Lecture delivered at the University of Utah. The Goulds began the lecture in 1992 to meet the "critical need for continuing public education about issues regarding modern technology and its impact on our daily lives."