Please phone 801-581-8863 if you have materials you would like considered for inclusion in the Archives. Photographs, books, manuscripts, ski industry records, films, audio recordings, posters, and more are welcomed additions to the archives. The Utah Ski Archives offer a unique opportunity for historical and contemporary research into the Utah's over a billion dollars per year ski industry. Its documents and other materials trace the evolution of the sport from near the turn of the 20th Century.

The Archives' oral history program includes nearly 200 hours of interviews with many of Utah's ski industry pioneers. This collection of first-person knowledge provides a valuable insight about the development of skiing in Utah and the West. In addition to contributing to scholarly research and offering background to 2002 Olympic Winter Games news reporters, Archives materials are a valuable resource for skiing-related industries: lodging, transportation, recreation, food, resorts, gifts, equipment manufacturing, clothing manufacturing, fashion and movie-making. Enhancing the material in the Archives will fortify this world-class body of primary-source research materials for use now and in the future. If you do not wish to part with your items, the library will copy your material and return the originals.