The Glenn Hopkins papers consists of an edited draft of his play The Adventures of Robin Hood, his resume, and promotional material for his plays and appearances, 1986-1991. Glenn Hopkins is a Los Angeles playwright, political activist, educator, and Radical Faerie.
Sheet music, notebooks, poetry, photographs, correspondence, flyers, advertisements, and personal papers of Shawn Daniel Foreman, 1966-1985. The collection documents Foreman's work with the erotic studio Tommy Powers Presents, his music career, and his personal life. The collection includes the poetry and personal papers of Joseph Michael Reed, 1949-1984.
Materials relating to the AIDS epidemic, with special emphasis on Los Angeles County. The collection includes records of the various Los Angeles City and County government departments, agencies, and task forces involved in the fight against AIDS, in particular the Los Angeles County AIDS Programs office. The majority of the records relates to HIV/AIDS counseling and testing; community education; the Long Beach Early Intervention Network (EIN) Project; funding through the Centers for Disease Control and under the Ryan White CARE Act of 1990; projects undertaken by private agencies under contract to Los Angeles County; and the work of various commissions and task forces. Additional records of the California State Office of AIDS and the Centers for Disease Control and its subsidiary institutes document the response of the state and Federal governments. The collection also contains materials created by Los Angeles County, California, and national organizations and institutions involved in ... Read More
Building committee minutes, financial statements and related documents, Internal Revenue Service correspondence and Federal tax returns along with general correspondence, 1971-1985 of Alcoholics Together (AT), a Los Angeles gay and lesbian alcoholics meeting formed in 1969 which follows the tenets and traditions of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), along with providing an environment affirming gay and lesbian identity.
84.0 photographs. Black and white photographic prints
Marc Geller black and white photographic prints of LGBT protests, people, and events, 1987-1993. The 5"x 7" and 8"x 10" photographs include a series taken of the LGBT community in Russia. The protest photographs predominantly document those occurring San Francisco, including those of ACT UP, but also include the March on Washington in 1987 and 1993. Events include those at gay pride parades and at assorted clubs, including leather events. Portraits include those of Harry Hay (5"x 7"), Kevin Lyons, Becky Slane, Bruce La Bruce, Scott Noren, Barbara Tannenbaum and Eleanore Brooks, Sofia and Lee Crowe, Robin Wilson, Allen Ginsberg, Jerome Caja, Tommy Shearer, and James Broughton. Although the photographs date back to the 1987 March on Washington, most have been labeled with a 1990 or 1991 copyright date.
1.6 linear feet. [1 archive box + 1 archive carton.]
Press releases, bylaws, flyers, event permit documents, parade participant lists, financial records, contractual agreements, clippings, correspondence, legal documents, event schedules, police ordinances, and other material documenting the activities of the Gay Freedom Day Committee in San Francisco, 1973-1991, the organization responsible for San Francisco's annual Gay Freedom Day Parade and Fair.
Review board petitions, 2002-2003 surveys, the follow-up 2006-2007 survey, non-LGBT participant surveys, and related correspondence of the "Homosexuality Among Highly Religious Mormons" study conducted under the auspices of University of Idaho and the University of Southern California by Gary Horlacher.
Dance and souvenir programs for Ted Shawn and his Men Dancers, 1934-1938, and for the Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival, 1954-1955 and 1957-1958; publicity materials and dance programs, circa 1940-1949, for dancers Barton Mumaw and Foster Fitz-Simons; stylized drawings, circa 1936, of Ted Shawn, Barton Mumaw, Frank Overlees, Dennis Landers, Foster Fitz-Simons, Fred Hearn, and Wilbur McCormack; and photographs of Ted Shawn (1954) and Barton Mumaw (circa 1941).
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