Gale Hunt papers
Scope and Contents
- 1915 - 1999
- Majority of material found within 1980 - 1997
- Hunt, Gale (Creator, Person)
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Hunt was a composer who published original sheet music beginning in the 1940s. He spent much of his retirement years traveling, as well as writing and recording the book, music, and lyrics for his original musical, A San Francisco Sunday (also known as Lucky Sunday), written under the pseudonym Gary Borden Hall. The musical centers on the lives of same-sex parents and transgender individuals.
Hunt died on April 29, 1999, in Los Angeles, California.
13.5 Linear Feet (3 archive boxes + 2 archive cartons + 4 archive binder boxes + 2 archive shoeboxes + 3 flat archive boxes.)
Language of Materials
Series 1. Music composition and writings
Series 2. Personal papers
Series 3. Subject files
Series 4. Photographs
Series 5. Sound recordings
Jay, Michael. Gay Love Signs. Penguin Books USA Inc., 1980.
Laurents, Arthur. A Clearing in the Woods. New York: Random House, 1957.
Separated to the ONE audiovisual collection:
The AIDS Show (VHS)
Between The Lines, July Edition, GCN/Nashville (VHS)
Rick Burd, Gay Comedian, Stand-Up NY Comedy Club, 5 minutes (VHS)
Cerebral Accident (VHS)
IDA Gaymes, 11/9/93 (VHS)
La Cage Aux Folles, Color, M1201580, French with English Subtitles, 1979 (VHS)
Pool Days, Director-Brian Sloan, 25 minutes, Partial Assembly, NYU/GFTV (VHS)
Quinn, 190 E 2nd Street #15 NYC 10009 (VHS)
- Finding Aid to the Gale Hunt Papers, 1915-1999
- Loni Shibuyama
- (c) 2014
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- Description is in English.
- Processing this collection has been funded by a generous grant from the Council on Library and Information Resources.