Lynn Lonidier papers, 1958-1993 (bulk 1967-1993)

Lonidier, Lynn


9 cubic feet +.
Organized into five series: Works, Subject Files, School and Teaching Materials, Personal Papers, and Printed Matter; Arranged by folder title.
The papers include correspondence, manuscripts, drafts, research materials and notes, financial and publishing documents, and photographs that relate to Lonidier's career as a tecaher, writer, and lesbian-feminist activist. It also includes objects used in two of her performance pieces.
Lynn Lonidier was a teacher, author, and multimedia performance artist. She majored in music at San Francisco State University where she studied composition with Pauline Oliveros. She later participated in the "Poet in the Schools" program in Northern California schools. Lonidier was active in multimedia theater and performance art, as well as various women's collectives. She was connected with the Lavender Rose Collective and was a "founding mother" of the San Francisco Women's Building.
The collection is available for use during San Francisco History Center hours, with photographs available during Photo Desk hours. Collections that are stored offsite should be requested 48 hours in advance.
Lynn Lonidier papers (GLC 1), James C. Hormel Gay and Lesbian Center, San Francisco Public Library.
Finding aid; Available in library and on line; Folder level control.

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