Moss (Leland) Papers Edit

Summary

Identifier
Coll2011-067

Dates

  • 1976-1980 (Creation)

Extents

  • 0.1 Linear Feet (Whole)
    [1 folder]

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  • Abstract

    Manuscripts, newsletters, pamphlets, correspondence, flyers, notes, and interviews documenting journalistic activities of theater director and writer, Leland Moss, 1976-1980. Moss wrote for publications, including Gaysweek (New York) and the L.A. Weekly.

  • Biographical Note

    Leland Moss was a theater director, writer, and gay activist best known for The AIDS Show, "an acclaimed series of songs, monologues and short scenes," which he directed in San Francisco in 1984. He died in 1990 at the age of 41.

    Source: "Obituary," The New York Times, 27 January 1990.

  • Access

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  • Publication Rights

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  • Preferred Citation

    Leland Moss Papers, Coll2011-067, ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives, Los Angeles, California

  • Processing Information

    Processing this collection has been funded by a generous grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities.

    In order to provide access to this collection, minimal processing on this collection was expedited in 2011. Date spans were given wherever possible, but do not reflect the most accurate inclusive dates.

  • Scope and Content

    Manuscripts, newsletters, pamphlets, correspondence, flyers, notes, and interviews documenting journalistic activities of theater director and writer, Leland Moss, 1976-1980. Moss wrote for various publications, including Gaysweek (New York) and the L.A. Weekly. The bulk of the collection consists of copies of articles written by Moss.

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    Mixed Materials
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