In recognition of the complexity and change experienced by 20th century women in Utah and elsewhere, the mission of the Clyde Archive is to document and preserve the history of women whose lives and work helped create social and cultural change.
- To collect and preserve life history interviews of women who represent social and cultural change
- To create a collective account of women's 20th century history that reflects the diversity of women and represents the efforts of women of all religious, ethnic, and racial groups and across all geographic areas
- To work with the University of Utah's J. Willard Marriott Library archivists to identify and acquire the personal papers and collections of women
- To support opportunities for scholarship and writing about the activities of women in the 20th century in the form of scholarly grants and special events