A collection of ten David Teirney alternative comics produced between 1989-1991. Selling for 3 dollars each, the erotically-oriented stories consist of black ink drawings and text on white paper, each being about 20-25 pages long and having a unique solid-color cardboard cover.
Records created or collected by the Los Angeles Committee for the March on Sacramento regarding the California March on Sacramento for Lesbian and Gay Rights on January 13, 1980. The march goals focused on the passage of employment protection legislation for lesbian and gay people, primarily through assembly bill AB-1, and the cessation of violence against lesbian and gay people in society.
7.0 photographs. Black and white photographic prints
Leo Skir photographs of the College Discovery location and participants. Two photographs are labeled as Fort Dix, while another has the date July 26, 1972. Photographs include images of Edger Cayce, Meher Bara, Shelly Goldstein, Joe Kennedy, Lou Todd, Terry Stirling, and Stark Smith.
2 records boxes, 1 oversize box, 1 shoebox. 3.8 linear feet.
Scripts, journals, correspondence, flyers, programs, press releases, reviews, research materials, photographic negatives, publicity stills, and other materials, 1979 to 1995, relating to playwright Jeff Hagedorn, his production company, SYZYGY, and his internationally produced theatrical works and video productions.
The collection consists of administrative and financial records, outreach and event records, religious service texts, publications, subject files, photographs, and other materials used and/or created by Beth Chayim Chadashim (BCC), 1948, 1967-2012. Founded in 1972 as the worldx2019;s first lesbian and gay synagogue, BCC is an inclusive community of progressive lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and heterosexual Jews, their families and friends.
Sales and store inventory records of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender literature as well as bestseller information from A Different Light Bookstore in West Hollywood. Includes documentation of publishers, wholesalers and distributors as well as retail competitors from 1998-1999.
The administrative, service, and event records of ONE in Long Beach Incorporated, 1986-2009. Alternately referred to as The Center/Long Beach, the Long Beach Gay and Lesbian Center, or the Gay and Lesbian Center of Greater Long Beach, the organization provides advocacy, health, legal, and social services to the LGBT community in the Long Beach area.
Correspondence, surveys, questionnaires, interviews, research notes, journal reviews, conference materials, and published reference materials documenting Carrier's anthropological field research, particularly in the years 1970-1990, on homosexual behaviors of men of Spanish and Indian ancestry in Mexico and of Hispanic and Vietnamese males in Southern California and his work with the Orange County Health Agency AIDS Community Education Project (ACEP).
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