Correspondence, bylaws, Board of Directors' reports, financial statements, meeting minutes, course syllabus, staff reports, questionnaire, medical bulletin, workshop packet, flyers, press release, bulletins, and clippings documenting activity of the Santa Barbara Gay and Lesbian Resource Center (GLRC), 1980-1993. The GLRC was founded to offer social services, including rehabilitation therapy for alcohol and drug abuse among the gay and lesbian community in the Santa Barbara, California area.
12 linear feet (7 record boxes and 5 1/2 archives cartons).
Video and audio recordings, correspondence, footage logs, transcripts of interviews, legal and financial documents, and promotional and reference materials, primarily from 1994-1999, relating to the production "100 to Infinity", an unfinished documentary by Andrew Rakos profiling 100 gay, lesbian, bisexual, and heterosexual leaders who were chosen by a panel of community figures and members of the gay and lesbian press on National Coming Out Day in October 1995. The documentary was conceived as a tool to inform America's youth about significant contributions by gays, lesbians, and their supporters throughout history.
24 archive boxes + 3 archive cartons + 1 flat archive box + 1 map case drawer. 28.5 linear feet.
Photographs, clippings, catalogs, organizational records, flyers, pamphlets, correspondence, manuscripts, press material, slides, posters and other printed material make up the Lesbian Legacy Collection Subject Files, begun in 1996 by lesbian feminist activist and librarian, Yolanda Retter, at the ONE Institute / International Gay & Lesbian Archives (now the ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives.) The collection consists of over a thousand files related to lesbian history and the women's rights movement.
Correspondence, manuscripts, press release, flyers, photographs, and other material, 1975-1984, from David Spencer (also known as David Schwinkendorf). Spencer was a gay activist living in Los Angeles.
5.0 linear feet. 3 records boxes, 1 archives half-carton, and 1 oversized box.
Scripts and screenplays of original theatrical works and adaptations for the stage and screen by David Gaard, alone and in collaboration with others, together with some production and performance materials, including contracts, set designs, e-mails, schedules, flyers, postcards, programs, and reviews.
2.5 linear feet. 1 archival box + 3 archival cartons
The Municipal Elections Committee of Los Angeles records document the business functions, fundraising operations, and outreach programs of the political action committee during its existence from 1977-1991. The bulk of the collection comprises board meeting minutes, agendas, and financial reports, as well as correspondence to and from political figures lobbying for support of gay and lesbian rights.
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