Jason Wittman photographs of the 1995 Los Angeles Christopher Street West (CSW) pride parade and the 1995 West Hollywood Mardi Gras. The CSW photographs include images of Morris Kight, a same-sex marriage, and the Los Angeles unified School District's EAGLES (Emphasizing Adolescent Gay Lesbian Education Services) Center contingent.
Materials, 1987-1996, relating to the life and work of Lesbian playwright Rebecca Ranson, including scripts of three of her plays (circa 1987-1989), a copy of Stormy Road Onward (1996), a book of interviews and stories by residents of single room occupancy (SRO) dwellings, her resume (1990), and a small number of clippings by and about her.
The collection consists of drawings of nude men made by John Button in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Button's nude drawings are documents of his connections with gay culture which included his presence in the initial stages of the Mattachine Society and the formation of ONE Incorporated.
2 records boxes + 3 archive cartons + 1 archive half-carton (4.0 linear feet).
Correspondence, articles, books, clippings, ephemera and audiovisual materials collected and created by Alan Cantwell during the course of his research relating to the theory that the AIDS epidemic is a man-made creation, its link to cancer bacteria, and the Hepatitis B experiments conducted on gay men from 1978-1981. The materials also discuss biological warfare, radiation, genocidal issues, and HIV. Included are a number of articles and books written by Cantwell as well as research material he used for his body of work. The authors of the research material include Robert Gallo, Virginia Livingston and Robert Strecker.
7.5 linear feet. 4 flat boxes, 2 oversized archives cartons
The collection consists of mainstream newspaper front pages and sections reporting on LGBT people or topics concerning LGBT people. The collection documents the transformation in the print media's coverage of LGBT people and concerns from reporting on "sexual deviants" through the assassination of Harvey Milk to the acceptance of marriage rights. The newspapers front pages were culled from the ONE Subject Files collection and donations from patrons.
Newspaper clippings and printouts of articles on posted to newspaper and other media websites ("WebClips") documenting the political battle over constitutional amendments banning same-sex marriage put before voters in 11 states (Arkansas, Georgia, Kentucky, Michigan, Mississippi, Montana, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon and Utah) in the general election of November 2, 2004.
An artificial collection of albums of artwork by unidentified individuals. The contents of each album may include artwork in a variety of media, including drawings in pencil or pen, watercolors, photographs, and collages. Each series contains what is believed to be the work of a single artist.
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