Everton Publishing was a major genealogy producer of genealogy books and a magazine for many years. In recent years the company hit financial difficulties, brought in new partners, and struggled to survive. Eventually, the company closed its doors and donated its extensive library of 82,000 genealogy papers and books to the City of Logan. The collection includes family histories, maps, atlases, and other historical documents. The failing company also donated the publishing rights to the Everton Genealogical Helper magazine and to the Handybook for Genealogists. One problem: the city didn't know what to do with the donations. Now a new deal has been arranged.