The Deedee Corradini papers (1960-2013) consist primarily of materials on the 2002 Olympic Games, including brochures, pamphlets, reports, and bid books. Also included are materials relating to her campaign. Dee Corradini was elected mayor of Salt Lake City in 1991 and served two consecutive terms. She was instrumental in bringing the 2002 Winter Olympic Games to Salt Lake City.
The Michael Joseph Gorrell papers (1871-2014) contain professional materials, Salt Lake Organizing Committees' General Assembly documents, newsletters, memorabilia, press releases and news clippings collected by Salt Lake Tribune reporter Mike Gorrell during the seven years (1995-2002) that he covered Salt Lake City's preparations for the 2002 Winter Olympics, as well as other materials collected throughout the course of Gorrell's journalistic career
The Clark J. Phelps papers (2002) contain newsletters sent via email to a small group of friends. Contents focus primarily on the peculiarities of Mormonism, with a minor emphasis on the events surrounding the 2002 Winter Olympic Games in Salt Lake City.