Utah Tech University Library Digital Collections is a mission driven part of Special Collections & Archives to increase open access to local cultural and historic resources.

Please note: Utah Tech University provides access to its collections as an unaltered, authentic historical record to aid in the research and understanding of history, while acknowledging their impact on various peoples and groups. Some collection materials are reflective of past cultures and prejudices, including images or words that are inherently offensive, insensitive and harmful. The University does not support, condone or endorse these harmful ideas, behaviors or attitudes, and they do not reflect the official opinion of the University. Rather, the University embraces a culture that prioritizes diversity and inclusion, as demonstrated in the University's Mission, Core Themes and Values.

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Special Collections

Search for rare books about the local area and people in the library catalog.


Find more one-of-a-kind photos, letters, journals, and other documents held on-site by searching Finding Aids.

Oral Histories

Listen to and read a selection of oral histories in the Oral Histories Digital Collection. Many more of the 1,000+ oral histories can be searched in the library catalog. Learn more about the oral histories through series descriptions.



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