Memoranda, financial reports, manifesto, position papers, rosters, national organization lists, conference resolutions, meeting minutes, questionnaires, correspondence, committee reports, bylaws, articles, speech transcripts, news releases, clippings, and other material from the North American Conference of Homophile Organizations (NACHO), 1966-1970. NACHO was "a conference of independent homophile organizations in North America established to discuss, plan and coordinate, as well as implement, strategy and tactics in the fight to improve the status of the homosexual as a homosexual." The bulk of the collection comprises records of NACHO's six conferences held between 1966 and 1970.
26.25 linear feet. [24 record boxes and 2 flat boxes]
The collection comprises organizational records and personal papers of Mississippi civil rights activist Edgar Sandifer, 1929-1997. Organizational materials include his administrative, financial, promotional, and legal records as part of the Mississippi Gay Alliance (MGA), Persons with AIDS/HIV Project (PWA), Jackson Gray Panthers (JGP), and People's Anti-War Mobilization (PAM). The personal materials include photographs, memorabilia, and personal papers.
Press statements, seminar outline, correspondence, photographs, clippings, flyers, legal documents, notes and other material documenting the activities of the Committee for Homosexual Freedom (CHF) in San Francisco, 1969-1980, which protested employment discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation. The collection includes photographs of demonstrations in San Francisco and Los Angeles.
3.0 photographs. 1 color and 2 black and white photographic prints
Walker and Meyers photographs of a gay fathers group marching in the 1982 Los Angeles Christopher Street West pride parade and of the Great American Yankee Freedom Band of Los Angeles marching in a Los Angeles Christopher Street West pride parade, unknown year.
7.0 photographs. Black and white photographic prints
Kay Tobin Lahusen photographs include images of the 1965 protest of the Pentagon and White House; 1966 protest at Independence Hall, Philadelphia; and Philadelphia Gay Activists Alliance, undated. The photographs also include images of Barabra Gittings, Phyllis Lyon, and Del Martin.
Photo albums, diaries, correspondence, minutes, manuscripts, clippings, posters, memorabilia, audiotapes, computer files and other material from lesbian activist, writer and publisher, Jeanne CxF3;rdova. In the early 1970s, CxF3;rdova began her career as a leader in the Los Angeles gay and lesbian and feminist movements by becoming President of the Los Angeles chapter of the Daughters of Bilitis; founding the publication, The Lesbian Tide; and becoming Human Rights Editor and columnist for the Los Angeles Free Press. In 1973, she was a key organizer of the first National Lesbian Conference, and in 1981, she founded the Community Yellow Pages, currently the nation's largest and most comprehensive LGBT directory. Her collection includes organizational records from publications she founded and several activist organizations she led; manuscripts and clippings of articles and books she wrote; personal diaries and correspondence with former lovers. Her collection also includes extensive ... Read More
10.0 photographs. 4 color photographic prints and 6 black and white photographic prints
Patsy Lynch photographs include images of the 1987 March on Washington; the 1993 Coming Out Day in Washington, D.C.; a 1996 prayer vigil at the United States Capitol Building; a 1990 commitment ceremony in Arlington, Virginia; an undated Valentines Day protest in Washington, D.C.; a 1995 Greg Louganis autograph event in Washington, D.C.; and the first annual SWMCF in Cleveland, Georgia, 1984. The photographs also include images of Rita Mae Brown, Sue Fink, Meg Christian, and Diane Lindsey.
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