The Art Book Collection is located in the bay, Room 042. The Art Book Collection includes all of the Library of Congress call numbers beginning with the letter N (Visual Arts). Also included are the TR (Photography) and TT (Arts and Crafts) call number ranges.
The Folklore Archives is one of the largest repositories of American folklore in the United States. The FFA is part of USU's Special Collections and Archives, where the historical American Folklore Society Manuscript Collection is housed.
The Manuscript Section houses collections of unpublished materials, such as letters, diaries, and business records. Among the notable manuscript holdings are the Jack London papers, and the Leonard Arrington collection.
Includes Western and Great Basin history materials, Mormon history resources, local history materials, Utah state documents, rare and early U.S. Government documents, and Western books and brochures.
Consisting of around 200,000 processed images of Cache Valley, Utah, Southwest Idaho, and Western industry and agriculture. Also includes well-known photographers such as A.J. Russell, C.R. Savage, Charles Ellis Johnson, William Henry Jackson, and Timothy O'Sullivan.
The preservation lab deals with the care and preservation of the library's books and rare documents.
Which houses everything by or about the University, including photographs, books, papers, and brochures.