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Correspondence, meeting minutes, reports, city and state referendums and bills, surveys, clippings, notes, campaign donation records, and flyers documenting the gay rights activism of James Boone and Joseph Bocuzzo, 1977-1991. The collection primarily details the effort from 1985-1989 to implement and defend a City of Irvine human rights ordinance which prohibited discrimination based on sexual orientation.
Mission statement, newsletter layouts, logo design sheets, article drafts, and press releases documenting activity of the Gay/Lesbian Network, 1983-1985. According to its mission statement, "the GLN is a non-profit, charitable, educational organization whose purpose is to transform the experience of being gay or lesbian so that people are nurtured and empowered to make a difference in the world."
Photographs, contact sheets, negatives, flyers, essay manuscripts, postcards, an organizational prospectus, and clippings, 1969-1979, from journalist and gay activist Marcus Overseth. Overseth was the editor of the San Francisco Free Press, 1969-1970.
Writings, photographs, correspondence, clippings, mailing lists, pamphlets, flyers, graphic art, award certificates, videotapes, and other material from gay activist Ernie Potvin, 1947-1998. Potvin was a founder of Puerto Rico's first gay and lesbian rights organization in 1972. The bulk of the collection documents Potvin's gay activism in Los Angeles and Puerto Rico.
Correspondence, manuscripts, press release, flyers, photographs, and other material, 1975-1984, from David Spencer (also known as David Schwinkendorf). Spencer was a gay activist living in Los Angeles.
Flyers, clippings, articles, correspondence, contracts, reports, press releases, handwritten notes, project proposals, financial documents, meeting minutes, and other material documenting activities of the Whitman-Radclyffe Foundation (WRF), 1972-1976. WRF was founded in San Francisco in 1972 as the "education, research, and charitable arm" of the California Committee for Sexual Law Reform (established in 1971).
Play programs, playbills, flyers, correspondence, interview transcripts, clippings, publicity photographs, negatives, and other material, 1957-1984, documenting the career of playwright, director, and gay activist Doric Wilson. Wilson was a pioneer of the alternative theater movement in New York during the early 1960s, and in 1974, he co-founded The Other Side of Silence (TOSOS), the first professional gay theater company in New York City.
- Gay activists 5
- Gay community -- California -- Los Angeles County 3
- Gay community -- California -- San Francisco 3
- Lesbian activists 3
- Clippings 2
- Gays -- Services for 2
- Lesbians -- Services for 2
- Correspondence 1
- Discrimination in employment 1
- Gay activists -- California -- Los Angeles 1
- Gay activists -- California -- Orange County 1
- Gay activists -- California -- San Francisco 1
- Gay activists -- United States -- California 1
- Gay and lesbian rights 1
- Gay community 1
- Gay community -- New York (State) -- New York 1
- Gay community -- Photographs 1
- Gay community -- Puerto Rico 1
- Gay journalists 1
- Gay liberation movement 1
- Gay press publications 1
- Gay pride parades -- Puerto Rico 1
- Gay rights -- California 1
- Gay theater 1
- Homosexuality and theater 1
- Legal assistance to gays -- United States 1
- Legal documents 1
- Lesbian and gay experience 1
- Photographs 1
- United States -- Legal assistance to lesbians 1 ∧ less
- Bocuzzo, Joseph 1
- Boone, James L. 1
- California Committee for Sexual Law Reform 1
- Gay United Fund 1
- Gay/Lesbian Network 1