The Anabeth Koob Voigts papers date from 1976 to 1999 and measure 2.5 linear feet. The papers are arranged in four series: Campaigns, Iran Working Group, Scrapbooks and Videocassettes. The Campaigns series consists of the correspondence between Voigts and various congresspersons leading up to the passage of the Hostage Relief Act. There are also correspondence, pamphlets and articles representing the Family Liaison Action Group (FLAG), the Free the American Hostages Rally, the Free the Hostages pin project, the Hostage cross project, Stand Up for America, the Yellow Ribbon Campaign, church and prayer services (including the memorial service for the eight servicemen who died in the failed rescue attempt), and Voigts' personal drive for prayers to be said for the hostages nationwide. Voigts' handwritten speech notes are also included in this series.
The Iran Working Group series consists of background information on the organization, along with articles about Iran. The bulk of the series consists of weekly news packets the group collected regarding the Iran Hostage Crisis. Voigts received these informational packets from June 30, 1980 through January 11, 1981.
The Scrapbooks series consists of four scrapbooks Voigts maintained throughout her sister's captivity. The scrapbooks are filled with newspaper articles, correspondence, pamphlets and photographs documenting local, national and personal reactions to the Iranian Hostage Crisis. The Collected Materials sub-series contains articles, correspondence, and photographs that were not formally integrated into the existing scrapbooks. Included is a 1976 article on Kathryn Koob, and a page from Voigts' "countdown" calendar, along with press releases and copies of press photographs.
The Videocassettes series consists of seven video tapes that record both Tampa, Florida and national news coverage of the Iran Hostage Crisis and the eventual release of the hostages. Included in the footage are several interviews with Anabeth Voigts and other family members. There are also interviews with Kathryn Koob following her release.