The Algie Ballif Forum records (1976-1990) contain documents regarding this women's group (founded 1977, originally called the Alice Louise Reynolds Women's Forum), the main objective of which was to educate the community and discuss women's issues. Included are brief biographies of members, transcripts of speeches given at monthly meetings, news clippings about forum events, a history about the origins of the forum, a calendar of events, and brochures and correspondence concerning women in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) and their stand on the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA). A scrapbook presents news clippings about forum events, but also includes some correspondence, photocopies of photographs, and meeting calendars.
The Alice Lovina Manning papers (1883-1949) contain a paper written by Manning on women's rights in Utah, correspondence, newspaper clippings, a family history, report cards, and a biography. Manning (1877-1944), originally from Iowa came to Utah in 1897, she graduated from the University of Utah and was a teacher for several years. Eventually Manning became a legal secretary and she would go on to attain her law degree. Manning was honored as the fourth woman to be admitted into the Utah bar.