Papers (Box 1) include his Obituary, 2009; [published] Articles, 1981, 1984 and a Presentation, 1974; Correspondence with Professor Jeffrey A. Nunn and Philip A. Meyers about research, 1978-1985; and Oil Spring Project Research Materials, 1958, 1983. A few graphs are included with his research correspondence and published articles.
An addition to the collection (Box 2) includes: photographs, postcards, and unpublished papers. Most of the addition consists of World War II photographs (59) in sizes varying from 8 x 10 to 2.5 x 2.5 inches. Some of the photographs have emulsions flaking off, but the majority of the images are in good condition. These photographs document Moore in dress and work uniforms, at Scott's Field, Belleville, Ill., in Fla. and in India. The images include other American servicemen, his unidentified girlfriend, natives of India, including musicians, camels, rickshaws, buildings, tents, a row of toilet holes and a row of tubs sitting on the ground without pipes. Some of the images include dates, 1942 or 1944-1945, but all are from this time period except for two modern colored images, one of a street in India, 1999, and a color image of a map of Burma, undated [1999?]. The papers include materials he wrote and researched or compiled on oil exploration of the Lower Tuscaloosa in Florida, Alabama, and Mississippi in 1958 and 1969. Postcards of Port Elizabeth (South Africa) are also included.