School of The Art Institute of Chicago - John M. Flaxman Library
Utah State Historical Society
Chronological outline of homosexuality in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Cornell University Libraries
Audio tapes of a radio broadcast of the Barry Gray Show, on May 17 1967, a general debate about homosexuality prompted by a New York Times story of a congressman who became a victim of a ring of extortionists who were blackmailing homosexuals. (Seventeen suspects were indicted 17 February 1966.) Guests include Dr. Benjamin Gershwin, Father Neil Secor, Dr. Helen M. Hacker, Bruce McAllister, Edward Leonard, and Sol. J. Terrell
Cornell University - Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections
Audio tapes of a radio broadcast of the Barry Gray Show, on May 17 1967, a general debate about homosexuality prompted by a New York Times story of a congressman who became a victim of a ring of extortionists who were blackmailing homosexuals. (Seventeen suspects were indicted 17 February 1966.) Guests include Dr. Benjamin Gershwin, Father Neil Secor, Dr. Helen M. Hacker, Bruce McAllister, Edward Leonard, and Sol. J. Terrell.
Iowa State University - Parks Library
Members of the Gay People's Alliance and Lesbian Alliance in Ames talk about how they feel about being gay, their lifestyle, reactions of their family and society, and their ideas on marriage and the future
University of California, Irvine
This collection consists of photocopies of several internal documents from the Orange County Group, a Marxist-Leninist study group that formed within and eventually broke its ties with the August 29th Movement. Documents include "Towards the development of the correct Marxist-Leninist position on the Gay question," 35 pp., missing title page, otherwise complete; "On the relation of the sexes," 10 pp.,; "The Gay Question," 7 pp., writing in margins has been blotted out but is barely legible; a theoretical document that begins "Sexual relations need redefining," 2 pp., and two stapled packets of photocopied published documents including a debate about the Venceremos Brigade adapting to Cuban mores regarding gays and William Hinton's perspective on the gay question in China. Some of these materials may have been issued by other organizations, but the documents were kept together in a folder by an unidentified activist
Duke University - David M. Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript Library
Collection comprises a file of correspondence addressed to Walter C. Rivers on the subject of Whitman's homosexuality. Includes transcriptions of letters from Bliss Perry and other contemporary Whitman scholars, as well as specialists on the subject of homosexuality, including Havelock Ellis