Minuteman Library Network
Collection consists of newspaper articles
Lancaster County Historical Society - Archives
Records of an organization founded by business and church leaders to overthrow commercialized vice in Lancaster (Pa.) by sending agents into the community to check for prostitution, obscenity, drinking, and gambling. Collection includes by-laws, minutes, annual reports, treasurers' reports, agents' expenses, reports on findings, correspondence, newspaper clippings, 25 books of agents' on-duty reports, and investigative reports
Southern Baptist Historical Library and Archives
The collection is divided into two series - Correspondence and Subject Files. The program directors of the CLC merged their correspondence into one common filing system. Therefore, all of their correspondence found its way into this arrangement. The correspondence relates to seminars and meetings, publications, speaking engagements, requests for publications and services, and communications with staff members of other SBC agencies. Correspondence with some individuals is located in individual folders, with most of the correspondence in a general alphabetical/chronological filing system. The subject matter includes many of the issues related to the moral and ethical concerns of the Christian Life Commission. The issues include hunger, pornography, peace and justice, television violence and sexuality, capital punishment, homosexuality, marriage and divorce, political corruption, and other related moral concerns. The Christian Life Commission staff members included: Elmer S. West, Floyd ... Read More
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Topics include personal background; World War II experiences; purpose of a library; media hardware and the book; Pratt Library programs and position as a state library source center; the library's collection of H.L. Mencken materials; pornography; and the future of the book
Cornell University Libraries
Layout pages from the only issue of POSITIONS
Cornell University Libraries
Collection of flyers advertising French gay erotica
Cornell University Libraries
Business records, incorporation and funding papers, correspondence, advertising samples, and submissions pertaining to the Gay Publishing Company of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Also, like records pertaining to that company's affiliated enterprises, including Gay International Press, Lord and Shields, Ltd, and Scene Publishing Company; correspondence of editors, publishers, and owners James C. Ward, Robert M. Marsden, and Robert Maynard
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Recordings and transcripts of interviews by Johnson with John Saxton Sumner and Benjamin A. Matthews, leaders of the New York Society for the Suppression of Vice, dealing with his research on Anthony Comstock and the New York Society
New York Public Library
Actor/performer John Edward Heys (born 1948) is an actor, artist, and gay activist. He has appeared with numerous performance groups, including the Angels of Light and Charles Ludlam's Ridiculous Theatrical Company, but also became known for one-man shows, including his portrayal of Diana Vreeland
Brigham Young University - Harold B. Lee Library
Five Eagle Forum reports from Phyllis Schlafly, published by The Eagle Trust Fund. The reports relate what goes on in public schools, recent actions taken by the government and calls for more parental involvement in education, dated 1989-1990. One is still sealed in its envelope