MOSS, Frank Edward (Ted), 1911-2003



Courtesy U.S. Senate Historical Office

Guide to Research Collections

Boise State University Library
Boise, ID
Papers: Correspondence in Frank Church papers, 1941-1984. Finding aid.


Brigham Young University
Special Collections
Provo, UT
Papers: In Vivian Niles letters received, 1967-1975; and Roger Bryan Madsen papers, 1950-1972.


Broadcast Pioneers Library
University of Maryland Hornbake Library
College Park, MD
Papers: 4 audiotapes (1973-1974) in Westinghouse Broadcasting Company collection, 1945-1981.


Gerald R. Ford Library
Ann Arbor, MI
Papers: 1974-1977. Correspondence and briefing papers. Finding aid.


Lyndon Baines Johnson Library
Austin, TX
Oral History: February 16, 1977. 29 pages.


Library of Congress
Manuscript Division
Washington, DC
Oral History: 1978. 38 pages. Association of Former Members of Congress. Also 300 pages, “Selections From Senator Moss’ Travel Diaries.”


Southern Utah University
Special Collections
Cedar City, UT
Papers: Summary of Moss’ activities on behalf of Iron County in Democratic Party of Iron County records.


Stanford University Libraries
Special Collections
Stanford, CA
Papers: In Bernard Augustine De Voto papers, 1918-1955 (bulk 1944-1951).


University of Georgia
Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies
Athens, GA
Oral History: 1971. 5 pages. Limited to reminiscences of Russell.


University of Utah
Salt Lake City, UT
Papers: 1937-1976. 380 items. Chiefly papers from senatorial career (1959-1976) and personal papers (1935-1976) including constituent and other correspondence, speeches and statements, project files, press releases, newsletters, voting records, biographical information, tapes, films, photographs, and memorabilia. Topics include natural resources and energy use, conservation, Vietnam War, impeachment of Richard Nixon, national politics, campaigns, and public health. Finding aid. 24-hour advance notice required.


Utah State Historical Society
Salt Lake City, UT
Papers: 19 photographs of Moss in Washington, D.C.; 14-page typescript of Emery County Project dedication ceremony (July 7, 1966); 15-page typescript of Weber Basin Job Corps dedication ceremony (July 29, 1966); and 13-page typescript of Joes Valley Dam ground-breaking ceremony (June 20, 1963).