Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Historical Society
Internal documents, activities, and correspondence document BAPHR's health care advocacy for gay, lesbians and bisexuals from 1979-1995.
Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Historical Society
Includes meeting notes, BAPHR publications, reports, awards, BAPHR Health Fair documents, fundraising letters, photo, banner, correspondence and documents from related organizations, 1980-1995 (1.5 linear feet) chronicling the activities of the Bay Area Physicians for Human Rights (BAPHR). This collection illustrates how BAPHR worked with other Bay Area AIDS advocate groups to influence AIDS policy. The series Internal Documents (1979-1995) includes meeting notes, publications, awards, bylaws, a photo, BAPHR banner and budget information. The banner and award plaques are located in Box 3. The series BAPHR Health Fair (1982-1985) includes the Health Fair planning documents, fundraising letters, programs, and exhibitor information. The Health Fair was an annual event where participants could get free health screening (including but not limited to HIV tests) in addition to health-related information from local groups. The series Correspondence (1986-1994)includes incoming and outgoing ... Read More
Harvard University - Schlesinger Library
The records of the Mautner Project contain organizational records and project files of the Mautner Project, an organization committed to improving the health of women who partner with women including lesbian, bisexual and transgender individuals, through direct and support service, education and advocacy.
University of California, Los Angeles - Charles E. Young Research Library
Evelyn Gentry (1907-1996) was born in North Platte, New England, and grew up near Sterling, Colorado. She joined the psychology faculty at UCLA University Extension in 1939. In 1954, she received a grant from the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) for a comparative study of the pathology of homosexual and heterosexual males. In 1970, she retired from UCLA and began private practice as a psychotherapist. The collection consists of publications, manuscripts, correspondence, books, lectures and speeches, biographical materials, obituary and memorial tributes, diplomas and certificate, awards, appointment calendars, photographs, memorabilia, and the American Psychological Foundation 1991-93 annual report.
Emory University - Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Collection
Papers of Atlanta LGBTQ activist Jesse Peel, including correspondence, subject files, journals, manuscripts, and audiovisual materials.
Smithsonian Institution - National Museum of American History
John-Manuel Andriote interviewed numerous individuals involved in the AIDS crisis for his book, Victory Deferred: how AIDS changed gay life in America, this collection contains his interview tapes, transcripts, and materials related to the research and writing of his book.
ONE National Gay and Lesbian Archives
Writings, correspondence, editorial records, book promotion and distribution records, research files, project files, event records, computer files, photographs, video recordings, and other materials documenting the career of Patricia Nell Warren, primarily from 1971-2011. Warren is a noted activist for human rights, free speech, and youth-oriented causes, but is best known for her eight acclaimed novels, especially her bestselling novel The Front Runner.
Cornell University - Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections
Documentation of a gay subculture revolving around burly, hairy men, or "bears." Includes newsletters, flyers, and correspondence from bear clubs, printouts from related electronic discussion lists, and material related to the writing and publication of THE BEAR BOOK, which Wright edited. Also, Wright's journals, personal memorabilia, and correspondence, including extensive correspondence with friend Billie Aul.